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Staying home this New Years Eve but don’t feel like watching Ryan Seacrest in Times Square? Click over to HBO and dance again with J. Lo for her documentary concert special Jennifer Lopez: Dance Again.

The network followed the 45-year-old entertainer around the world for her first global tour. Lopez visited 65 cities, traveling 100,000 miles over five continents to entertain her fans, all with her two young children in tow. #superwoman If you’re a numbers guy, roughly 500,000 sequins adorned her 162 wardrobe changes. Girlfriend loves her clothes to shimmer. Check out the trailer below.

“I wanted to tell a story, to open myself up to people,” says Lopez. “The experience was more fulfilling than I could have ever imagined. This documentary brings back so many incredible memories and I am so excited to relive the tour, and once again, share these experiences with my fans.”

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If that title doesn’t entice you to check out the video clip, nothing will. The boys of the Castro are back and more lost in love than ever.

HBO just dropped the first full-length trailer for the second season of Looking and it looks fantastic. My only complaint in the 90-second promo is that there isn’t any shirtless visuals of Russell Tovey. Really HBO, really???

Mean GirlsDaniel Franzese joins the cast as Agustín’s potential new love interest. Scott Bakula takes a break from NCIS: New Orleans to reprise his role as Dom’s silver fox lover. Raul Castillo, Tovey and Lauren Weedman have all been upgraded to regular cast members this year. I wonder if Weedman’s contract negotiations sounded anything like her character’s insistence she not be frozen from the ‘sausage party.’

Looking returns on Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015, at 10/9c. Check out clip below.

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Over the weekend, HBO released two more clips giving fans a sneak peek at Season 2 of Looking. It appears the boys ditch life in the Castro for a little camping action. Or perhaps they’re more of the glamping variety. Jonathan Groff looks like the high maintenance type. I kid. Here’s what showrunner Andrew Haigh told Entertainment Weekly about what to expect.

“All of them have been in flux since the end of the last season, and they’ve all been doing their own thing a little bit,” explains executive producer Andrew Haigh. “This first episode is them being determined to spend more time together and go away to Russian River, which is, like, two hours outside San Francisco. It’s this really beautiful, tranquil place along the redwoods.” But there’s no guarantee of smooth sailing. According to Haigh, “they get outdoors. They go canoeing. Things happen.” We’re guessing they run into at least one or two bears.

Check out both clips below. Looking returns to HBO on Sunday, January 11. Which of the boys would you rather share a sleeping bag with? Sound off below.

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HBO Releases First Teaser For Looking Season 2

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The boys of the Castro are back… well almost. We still have a couple of months before Looking airs its Season 2 premiere on Sunday, January 11. Luckily for fans, HBO dropped the first teaser for the series on Sunday.

The promo clip doesn’t reveal anything in terms of storylines to look forward to. Instead, it puts the focus on the handsome faces of its male stars. Particularly, Jonathan Groff’s dilemma of being torn between Raul Castilo and Russell Tovey. Nice problem to have if you ask me. Both Castillo and Tovey have been upgraded to series regular for the sophomore season.

Check out the colorful clip below set to the tune of Tiga’s 2006 record, “Far From Home.” It definitely has me even more excited for the show’s return.

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HBO Releases First Trailer For Girls Season 4

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HBO recently announced Girls‘ Season 4 premieres on Sunday, January 11. Unlike last year’s super-sized season consisting of 12 episodes, the series returns to its 10-episode format for its fourth. Fan favorite Andrew Rannells finally gets promoted to series regular. It’s about time.

Set to “I Believe” by Nico Vega, the first full-length trailer has dropped. Marnie is still singing and making horrible relationships decisions. Hannah moves to Iowa and loving it. “Iowa’s incredible. We should all move here and start the revolution,” she tells Marnie via Skype. Jessa and Adam get arrested and Shoshannah finds the real world much more bracing than she expected, struggling to find a job. Speaking of Sosh, we get to meet her mother played by SNL alum Ana Gasteyer.

Gasteyer isn’t the only notable name making an appearance on Girls this year. Community‘s Gillian Jacobs will recur , joining American Horror Story‘s Zachary Quinto, as well as Orange is the New Black’s Natasha Lyonne, Maude Apatow, Spike Jonze and Jake Lacey. Check out the first trailer below.

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HBO Sets Looking, Girls & Togetherness Premieres

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Mark your calendars folks. Not only do the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards air on Sunday, January 11, 2015 on NBC, but HBO has a great lineup as well. The network announced the premiere dates for the new seasons of Girls and Looking, plus the series premiere of Togetherness.

Sandwiched in between the returning shows is the network’s new offering Togetherness. From brothers Jay and Mark Duplass, the show follows two couples living under one roof on the fringes of Los Angeles. Brett and Michelle (Mark Duplass, Melanie Lynskey) are struggling to rekindle the spark in their relationship, which has puttered out from the stresses of marriage and children. When Brett’s friend Alex (Steve Zissis) and Michelle’s sister Tina (Amanda Peet) move in with them, the foursome engage in a tragically comedic struggle to follow their personal dreams, while still remaining good friends, siblings and spouses to each other.

Looking returns for its ten-episode second season. Too bad HBO didn’t order more episodes. Last season was over before you knew it. Raúl Castillo, Lauren Weedman and Russell Tovey have all been upgraded to series regulars, joining Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez and Murray Bartlett. New additions this year include Mean GirlsDaniel Franzese, Chris Perfetti, Bashir Salahuddin and Jennifer Foster. Congrats to the cast of the HBO dramedy for making it on the Out 100 2014 list.

The Lena Dunham-created series enters its fourth season. “This season of ‘Girls’ is the girls making smarter choices and realizing that life is still hard,” says Dunham. Last we saw Hannah, she got accepted in a Writers’ Workshop in Iowa. With her away from Brooklyn, she’s worried that it will ruin her relationship with Adam. Meanwhile, Marnie (Allison Williams) is once again having problems in the romance area. She’s having an affair with an actor. This season, viewers will finally get to meet Shoshanna’s parents. Check out a recently released promo below giving fans a glimpse at the new season of Girls.

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HBO Debuts First Trailer For The Comeback Season 2

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Confession time. I never checked out The Comeback back when it first aired in 2005. When HBO announced it was resurrecting the series, I binge-watched the first season to catch up before the second season. I’m officially a fan of Valerie Cherish and can’t wait to see her new adventures.

The Comeback makes its comeback on November 9 on HBO with Lisa Kudrow, Dan Bucatinsky, Kellan Lutz and Malik Akerman all reprising their roles. The network unveiled the first official extended trailer for the cult favorite’s return and it looks as hilarious as ever, if not more. Check it out below.

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True Detective Snags Vince Vaughn For Season 2

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On the heels of Colin Farrell announcing his involvement, comes confirmation of another cast member. HBO has officially revealed Vince Vaughn and Farrell will headline the second season of True Detective. They take over the torch from Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson who helmed the first season. No other cast members have been revealed, but rumor has it a third police officer played by a woman will be in the mix. Learn about their characters below.

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