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Jason Sudeikis makes Olivia Wilde go boom on 'Hollywood Game Night' -- VIDEO


The town of Hollywood isn’t anything particularly special and a game night is really cute if you live in 1957, but when you combine the two, you get our favorite TV show to yell at from the couch. And oh, is there yelling.

Hollywood Game Night returns after a casual Olympics hiatus, and although you won’t find Tara Lipinski or Johnny Weir anywhere, a new crew of six bona fide non-figure-skating celebrities will take their places on the couch. Sean Hayes, Christina Applegate, Allison Janney, Don Cheadle, Jason Sudeikis, and Olivia Wilde are on board for Thursday’s episode, begging the question: Is this the most famous panel yet?

Let’s talk about Sudeikis and Wilde for a quick second, who constitute that rare breed of real-life celeb couple who also look like they’re just a big fun pile of impeccably dressed bananas. In our sneak peek at this Thursday’s episode (airing at 9 p.m. on NBC), boyfriend and girlfriend face off in a rousing game of Clue-Boom, wherein fast food clues are given and things explode (all typical for a Thursday night). READ FULL STORY

'The Michael J. Fox Show' pulled from NBC schedule

UPDATE: Michael J. Fox’s TV hot streak seems to have ended: The Michael J. Fox Show has been pulled from the NBC schedule and replaced on Thursday night by Hollywood Game Night, EW confirmed Wednesday night.

The actor, who was on Family Ties in the ’80s and Spin City in the late ’90s, hasn’t yet made it through one season of his anticipated return to television; 15 of the show’s 22 episodes have played so far, and there’s no word yet when or if the rest will air. Sean Saves the World, which NBC had already announced was canceled, has also been pulled from the Thursday night lineup.

At last month’s Television Critics Association press tour, The Michael J. Fox Show and Sean Saves the World were notably absent from NBC’s prime-time hype reel. At the time, network chairman Robert Greenblatt said he wasn’t happy with Fox‘s recent 0.6 adult demo rating, adding that the show faced an “uphill battle.”

UPDATE: Michael J. Fox returning to ‘The Good Wife’

Retta takes on Mario Lopez in the Olympics on 'Hollywood Game Night' -- EXCLUSIVE

NBC’s pop culture party series Hollywood Game Night is amping up the fun for its official season two return on Monday, January 20 at 8 PM ET.

Part of the joy of the show is finding out which celebs will be pitted against one another as they partake in a variety of kooky games that will have you screaming answers at your TV. In the two-part premiere, host Jane Lynch will welcome stars Michael Chiklis, Mario Lopez, Paget Brewster, Alyssa Milano, Thomas Lennon, and Retta to the fray.

Below, watch an exclusive first look clip at one of the new games in season two: “Clue-Boom,” which forces players into a pass-the-bowl guess-the-word game before time runs out and the party explodes. In this round, perennial host Lopez and Parks and Recreation breakout Retta go head to head in an Olympics-themed heat: READ FULL STORY

Andy Roddick and Rachel Bilson sing Christmas karaoke (kind of) on 'Hollywood Game Night' -- EXCLUSIVE

NBC’s celebrity pop culture battle Hollywood Game Night has returned.

The Jane Lynch-hosted soiree kicks off its second season on Jan. 20, 2014, but Lynch and co. have assembled six stars to get cozy for a holiday special on Monday, Dec. 23. Gavin DeGraw, Ray Romano, Rachel Bilson, Cheryl Hines, Andy Roddick, and Brooklyn Decker are on board for the holiday episode, and there will be eggnog, stockings, and a generally overarching sense of merriment.

EW’s got a sneak peek at Roddick, Bilson, and Hines’ team taking a stab at “How Do You Doo?”, a monosyllabic karaoke game that has become the show’s signature game. Not only is it a joy to watch them try (and occasionally fail) to channel the holiday spirit, but watching Andy Roddick do anything off the tennis court is definitely the holiday gift you’ve been waiting for.

NBC's 'Hollywood Game Night' to return for holiday special with Brooklyn Decker, Gavin DeGraw and more

Hollywood Game Night is coming home for the holidays.

NBC’s summer game show series — which is a must-watch for any fan of the pop culture zeitgeist and actual legitimate celebrities (not the celestial enigmas on Dancing With the “Stars”) — will air a special holiday episode on December 2 after a two-hour episode of The Voice. Nine more episodes will follow in 2014. READ FULL STORY

'Hollywood Game Night' clip: Amy Poehler, Dax Shepard, more battle over candy bars

Hollywood Game Night continues to make all of our game nights super super lame.

In this week’s episode, airing at 10 p.m. ET, Amy Poehler, Dax Shepard, Maya Rudolph, Jason Sudeikis, Fred Armisen, and Sean Hayes battle for the win. Among this week’s games? Candy Bar Investigation, which may seem like a fun idea but ends up being deceivingly difficult.

Check out an exclusive clip from the episode below. READ FULL STORY


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