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Season two of Dollface isn’t afraid to get a little NSFW.

On Tuesday, Jan. 11, Hulu dropped the first trailer for the long awaited second season, which arrives with new episodes—over two years after its initial debut—in February. And while it’s been some time since we’ve hung out with our favorite girl gang, Dollface‘s new sneak promises that season two will be as funny as its predecessor.

The trailer kicks off with Jules (Kat Dennings) attending a sexy dance class with gal pals Madison (Brenda Song), Stella (Shay Mitchell) and Izzy (Esther Povitsky). Though Stella seems to take to the routine, Jules struggles to get into the saucy moves, commenting, “Am I doing this wrong? I feel like Velma looking for her glasses.”

Of course, season two offers more than just awkward dance moves, as it features the ladies “post pandemic, post heartbreak” and “heading toward turning thirty,” according to the streamer’s description.

“Having successfully reunited with her friends,” the description continues, “Jules must now balance keeping their group together as the women navigate work, love and a deeper relationship with each of themselves.”

Although, we aren’t sure how Jules is doing in the love department, since the new trailer shows her hiding from adorable Wes (Matthew Gray Gubler). In response to Jules’ romantic plight, Stella bluntly asks, “Are we actually seeing Jules sexually frustrated?”

“I feel like I’m in eighth grade,” she responds.

This inspires Izzy to comment, “Well I can tell you what I did in eighth grade, and it involved ruining several electric toothbrushes.”

TMI, Izzy. TMI.

The oversharing doesn’t stop there, as the trailer features the girl gang on a very special shopping trip: Stella needs a new sex toy. A confused Madison inquires, “Is it like shoes? Do you need to walk around the store a little, make sure its comfortable?”

For a taste of the hilarity to come, watch the full season two trailer above. Oh, and for Dollface‘s return date and other premieres of note, scroll through the gallery below!

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Call Me Kat (FOX) – Jan. 9

Mayim Bialik is back in Call Me Kat, with season two premiering on Thursday, Jan. 9. 

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Pivoting (FOX) – Jan. 9

Three women (Eliza Coupe, Ginnifer Goodwin and Maggie Q) truly YOLO following the death of their childhood pal. Pivoting premieres on Jan. 9. 

HBO

The Righteous Gemstones (HBO Max) – Jan. 9

Praise be, The Righteous Gemstones is back! Danny McBride, John Goodman, Edi Patterson and Adam Devine return as the eccentric religious family for season two, airing Sunday, Jan. 9.

The CW

Superman & Lois (The CW) – Jan. 11

It’s a bird, it’s a plan, it’s a season two premiere! Superman & Lois returns to The CW on Jan. 11. 

TBS

Wipeout (TBS) – Jan. 11

Watch competitors test their strength on obstacle courses during season two of Wipeout, hosted by Nicole Byer and John Cena.

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NAOMI (The CW) – Jan. 11

New series NAOMI premieres on The CW Jan. 11. 

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Batwoman (The CW) – Jan. 12

Batwoman swoops in to pick up its mid-season on Jan. 12. 

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Peacemaker (HBO Max) – Jan. 13

John Cena is Peacemaker in this Suicide Squad spin-off, landing on HBO Max on Jan. 13. 

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Archive 81 (Netflix) – Jan. 14

Mamoudou Athie stars as a video archivist who is drawn into a true crime cold case while reconstructing a 1994 documentary. The new Netflix series, premiering Jan. 14, is loosely based on the podcast of the same name. 

YouTube

Britannia (EPIX) – Jan. 16

Britannia fans can rejoice as season three premieres Sunday, Jan. 16 on EPIX. 

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How I Met Your Father (Hulu) – Jan. 18

The highly-anticipated series premiere of How I Met Your Father kicks off on Jan. 18. The Hulu show follows Sophie (Hilary Duff) as she tells her son the story of how she met his father. 

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Single Drunk Female (Freeform) – Jan. 20

Jenni Konner and Simone Finch are behind Freeform’s new comedy Single Drunk Female starring Sofia Black-D’Elia who is an alcoholic ad exec that moves back in with her mother (Ally Sheedy) to both sober up and grow up. The series debuts with back-to-back episodes on Thursday, Jan. 20. 

Netflix

Ozark (Netflix) – Jan. 21

Viewers will say farewell to the twisted family at the heart of Ozark as the Netflix series debuts its fourth and final season on 

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As We See It (Prime Video) – Jan. 21

A group of roommates on the autism spectrum navigate their 20s in the latest series from Friday Night Lights creator Jason Katims, premiering on Amazon Prime Video on Jan. 21.

Apple TV +

Servant (AppleTV+) – Jan. 21

M. Night Shyamalan‘s Servant is back for a spooky season three on Jan. 21. 

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Billions (Showtime) – Jan. 23

Following Damian Lewisdeparture from the series, Billions is back for season six on Sunday, Jan. 23. 

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Promised Land (ABC) – Jan. 24

This epic family drama starring John Ortiz and Bellamy Young follows two Latinx families who battle across generations for control of California’s Sonoma Valley. 

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The Gilded Age (HBO Max) – Jan. 24

Louisa Jacobson plays a penniless Pennsylvania transplant who moves in with her wealthy aunts, played by Cynthia Nixon and Christine Baranski, in the latest period drama from Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes, set in 1880s New York. The Gilded Age premieres on HBO Max on Jan. 24. 

WarnerMedia

Snowpiercer (TNT) – Jan. 24

The wheel just keeps on turning for TNT’s Snowpiercer, which returns for season three on Monday, Jan. 24.

Freeform

Grown-ish (Freeform) – Jan. 27

The second half of season four returns to Freeform on January 27.

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Fast Foodies (truTV) – Jan. 27

Celebrity guests Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Nikki Glaser and Reggie Watts stop by season two of truTV’s Fast Foodies as Top Chef winners Kristen Kish, Jeremy Ford and Iron Chef winner Justin Sutherland compete to recreate favorite fast-food dishes.

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Walker (The CW) – Jan. 27

Walker is back on Jan. 27. 

Apple TV+

The Afterparty (AppleTV+) – Jan. 28

Tiffany Haddish stars in the new AppleTV+ ensemble mystery series The Afterparty about a mysterious death that happens at a high school reunion. The series premieres on Jan. 28. 

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In From the Cold (Netflix) – Jan. 28

Margarita Levieva stars as an American single mother whose life is turned upside down after the CIA discovers she is a former Russian spy in this Netflix thriller, premiering Jan. 28. 

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Monarch (FOX) – Jan. 30

Real-life mother-daughter duo Susan Sarandon and Eva Amurri co-star in the highly-anticipated FOX series Monarch, premiering Jan. 30 with Trace Adkins leading the ensemble cast. 

Netflix

Raising Dion (Netflix) – Feb. 1

Raising Dion returns to Netflix for season two on Feb. 1. 

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Sweet Magnolias (Netflix) – Feb. 4

Sweet Magnolias will return for a second season on Feb. 4.

Amazon Prime Video

The Legend of Vox Machina (Amazon Prime Video) – Feb. 4

Animated series The Legend of Vox Machina launches on Amazon Prime Video on Feb. 4. 

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Dollface (Hulu) – Feb. 11

Kat Dennings, Brenda Song and more stars are back in season two of the Hulu series, premiering on Hulu Feb. 11.

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BEL-AIR (Peacock) – Feb. 13

The new fresh prince of BEL-AIR will be crowned on Feb. 13.

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Black Girl Magic: Issa Rae and H.E.R. Lead The 53rd NAACP Image Awards Nominations

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Issa Rae and H.E.R. lead the pack in nods at The 53rd NAACP Image Awards.

Issa Rae, Regina King and Jennifer Hudson are the leading contenders for motion picture categories at this year’s NAACP Image Awards.

The nominees were announced Tuesday, and leading the list with 12 nominations each was Issa Rae’s HBO series “Insecure,” and the Netflix Black Western “The Harder They Fall.

Regina King co-stars in “The Harder They Fall,” and is also up for Entertainer of the Year. Jennifer Hudson is up for Entertainer of the Year as well, and her movie “Respect” has six nominations.

Singer-songwriter H.E.R. took the lead 6 nominations. Including being nominated for best female artist, best album for “Back of My Mind,” best R&B album, song of the year for “Fight For You” and more.

Following behind H.E.R. with four nominations each is Chlöe, Drake, Silk Sonic and Jazmine Sullivan.

This year’s list featured 83 categories for recordings, motion pictures, TV and streaming, documentaries, directing, podcasts, literary, and writing.

See the full list of nominations here.

The 53rd NAACP Image Awards will be hosted by Anthony Anderson on Saturday, February 26th at 8 p.m. ET/PT live on BET.

The NAACP will recognize winners in non-televised categories February 21-25, with those ceremonies to stream on NAACPImageAwards.net.

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Happy Birthday To The Roots’ Questlove!

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Happy Born day to Ahmir Khalib Thompson better known as ?uestlove a.k.a Questlove! Born in 1971, he turns a half century today. The OG is originally known as the drummer for the legendary Hip Hop band The Roots, but he has many roles.

On February 17, 2014, he became a part of the in-house band for The Tonight Show, and with The Roots he’s played the same role during the 969-episodes of  Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. 

Let’s not forget about the many artists he has produced such as Jay Z, Common, D’Angelo, Erykah Badu, the late Amy Winehouse, John Legend, and old school R&B legend Al Green. The list goes on with all the production teams he has been a part of, including Hip Hop pioneers like The Soulsonics and The Grand Wizards.

The influence of this multi-faceted musician has reached far beyond most in his lifetime thus far, and he’s nearly only half way thru. Happy Birthday Questlove and many more to come!

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[WATCH] Fat Joe: Jay-Z’s “Feelin’ It” Has The “Hardest Lyric In Hip Hop”

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In an exclusive interview on the I Am Athlete podcast, Bronx rap legend Fat Joe and the hosts of the show discuss the importance of having a strong support system in order to achieve success. Joe uses a bar from Jay-Z’s “Feelin’ It”, a hit song from his Reasonable Doubt debut, to prove that exact point, rapping, “If every n***a in your clique is rich, your clique is rugged/Nobody will fall ‘cause everyone will be each other’s crutches…”

The TS general adds, “Everybody wanna be the man. Everybody wanna be the guy everybody looks up to. There’s no real strength in that. The strength is in everybody eating, so that if one of us falls, we can lift him up. You have to understand that mentality.”

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