"We are taking things in a different direction now," Brolin writes alongside the pic. "It’s a shifting world and we have to be sensitive to all. Power of example is everything, so examples we are."
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While he doesn't specify what any of that means, one clear change for the show is in its showrunner. Season 1 showrunner Zev Borow will stay on as an executive producer, but he's being replaced by Charles Murray ("Sons of Anarchy," "Luke Cage").
"We aren’t supposed to post photos from the show," Brolin acknowledged in his post. "But this isn’t really during the show, but rather lunch outside in the beautiful Santa Fe desert."
He then gave credit to the photographer, adding, "Thank you @brianbowensmith for documenting our most private moments on the set."
But just how much is Brolin really revealing with this picture? In the series, his character is fighting to save his family farm when an inexplicable hole appears on the property and his daughter-in-law Rebecca disappears.
Season 1 had plenty of twists and turns, leaving things on even more uncertain ground than ever, so it's not entirely clear who might return for Season 2 -- and how much clothing they may or may not wear.
Brolin was joined in "Outer Range" by Lili Taylor as his wife Cecilia, Tom Pelphrey and Lewis Pullman as their children, and Imogen Poots as the mysterious woman who asks to stay on their land. The series also stars Tamara Podemski, Will Patton, Deirdre O'Connell, Noah Reid, Shaun Sipos, Isabel Arraiza, Olive Abercrombie, and Kristen Connolly as Rebecca.