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Season two of Dollface is not afraid to get slightly NSFW.

On Tuesday, Jan. 11, Hulu dropped the primary trailer for the lengthy awaited second season, which arrives with new episodes—over two years after its initial debut—in February. And whereas it has been a while since we have frolicked with our favourite lady gang, Dollface's new sneak guarantees that season two shall be as humorous as its predecessor.

The trailer kicks off with Jules (Kat Dennings) attending a horny dance class with gal buddies Madison (Brenda Song), Stella (Shay Mitchell) and Izzy (Esther Povitsky). Although Stella appears to take to the routine, Jules struggles to get into the saucy strikes, commenting, "Am I doing this flawed? I really feel like Velma on the lookout for her glasses."

After all, season two gives extra than simply awkward dance strikes, because it options the women "put up pandemic, put up heartbreak" and "heading towards turning thirty," in response to the streamer's description.

"Having efficiently reunited along with her buddies," the outline continues, "Jules should now stability protecting their group collectively as the ladies navigate work, love and a deeper relationship with every of themselves."

Though, we aren't certain how Jules is doing within the love division, for the reason that new trailer reveals her hiding from lovable Wes (Matthew Grey Gubler). In response to Jules' romantic plight, Stella bluntly asks, "Are we truly seeing Jules sexually pissed off?"

"I really feel like I am in eighth grade," she responds.

This evokes Izzy to remark, "Nicely I can let you know what I did in eighth grade, and it concerned ruining a number of electrical toothbrushes."

TMI, Izzy. TMI.

The oversharing does not cease there, because the trailer options the lady gang on a really particular procuring journey: Stella wants a brand new intercourse toy. A confused Madison inquires, "Is it like footwear? Do it's essential to stroll across the retailer slightly, be sure that its comfy?"

For a style of the hilarity to come back, watch the total season two trailer above. Oh, and for Dollface's return date and different premieres of notice, scroll by the gallery under!

Fox

Name Me Kat (FOX) - Jan. 9

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

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Pivoting (FOX) - Jan. 9

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

HBO

The Righteous Gems (HBO Max) - Jan. 9

Reward be, The Righteous Gems is again! Danny McBride, John Goodman, Edi Patterson and Adam Devine return because the eccentric spiritual household for season two, airing Sunday, Jan. 9.

The CW

Superman & Lois (The CW) - Jan. 11

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

TBS

Wipeout (TBS) - Jan. 11

Watch rivals take a look at their power on impediment programs throughout season two of Wipeout, hosted by Nicole Byer and John Cena.

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NAOMI (The CW) - Jan. 11

New collection NAOMI premieres on The CW Jan. 11. 

The CW

Batwoman (The CW) - Jan. 12

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

Katie Yu/HBO Max

Peacemaker (HBO Max) - Jan. 13

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

Quantrell D. Colbert/Netflix

Archive 81 (Netflix) - Jan. 14

Mamoudou Athie stars as a video archivist who's drawn into a real crime chilly case whereas reconstructing a 1994 documentary. The brand new Netflix collection, premiering Jan. 14, is loosely primarily based on the podcast of the identical identify. 

YouTube

Britannia (EPIX) - Jan. 16

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

Patrick Wymore/Hulu

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

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

Freeform/Koury Angelo

Single Drunk Feminine (Freeform) - Jan. 20

Jenni Konner and Simone Finch are behind Freeform's new comedy Single Drunk Feminine starring Sofia Black-D'Elia who's an alcoholic advert exec that strikes again in along with her mom (Ally Sheedy) to each sober up and develop up. The collection debuts with back-to-back episodes on Thursday, Jan. 20. 

Netflix

Ozark (Netflix) - Jan. 21

Viewers will say farewell to the twisted household on the coronary heart of Ozark because the Netflix series debuts its fourth and final season on 

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As We See It (Prime Video) - Jan. 21

A gaggle of roommates on the autism spectrum navigate their 20s within the newest collection from Friday Evening Lights creator Jason Katims, premiering on Amazon Prime Video on Jan. 21.

Apple TV +

Servant (AppleTV+) - Jan. 21

M. Evening Shyamalan's Servant is again for a spooky season three on Jan. 21. 

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Billions (Showtime) - Jan. 23

Following Damian Lewis' departure from the collection, Billions is again for season six on Sunday, Jan. 23. 

ABC/Daniel Delgado

Promised Land (ABC) - Jan. 24

This epic household drama starring John Ortiz and Bellamy Younger follows two Latinx households who battle throughout generations for management of California's Sonoma Valley. 

Alison Cohen Rosa/HBO

The Gilded Age (HBO Max) - Jan. 24

Louisa Jacobson performs a penniless Pennsylvania transplant who strikes in along with her rich aunts, performed by Cynthia Nixon and Christine Baranski, within the newest interval 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 simply retains 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 4 returns to Freeform on January 27.

Anna Maria Lopez/TruTv

Quick Foodies (truTV) - Jan. 27

Celeb visitors Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Nikki Glaser and Reggie Watts cease by season two of truTV's Quick Foodies as Top Chef winners Kristen Kish, Jeremy Ford and Iron Chef winner Justin Sutherland compete to recreate favourite fast-food dishes.

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Walker (The CW) - Jan. 27

Walker is again on Jan. 27. 

Apple TV+

The Afterparty (AppleTV+) - Jan. 28

Tiffany Haddish stars within the new AppleTV+ ensemble thriller collection The Afterparty a couple of mysterious demise that occurs at a highschool reunion. The collection premieres on Jan. 28. 

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In From the Chilly (Netflix) - Jan. 28

Margarita Levieva stars as an American single mom whose life is turned the wrong way up after the CIA discovers she is a former Russian spy on this Netflix thriller, premiering Jan. 28. 

Getty Photos

Monarch (FOX) - Jan. 30

Actual-life mother-daughter duo Susan Sarandon and Eva Amurri co-star within the highly-anticipated FOX collection Monarch, premiering Jan. 30 with Hint Adkins main the ensemble solid. 

Netflix

Elevating Dion (Netflix) - Feb. 1

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

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Candy Magnolias (Netflix) - Feb. 4

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

Amazon Prime Video

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

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

Jessica Brooks/Hulu

Dollface (Hulu) - Feb. 11

Kat Dennings, Brenda Music and extra stars are again in season two of the Hulu collection, premiering on Hulu Feb. 11.

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BEL-AIR (Peacock) - Feb. 13

The brand new contemporary prince of BEL-AIR shall be topped on Feb. 13.

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