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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

Retta at Comic-Con: 'Parks and Recreation' wants Donna to 'get some ass'

The cast of NBC’s Parks and Recreation heads back to work on Aug. 5, which means star/renowned TV fan Retta was free to drop by EW’s studio at Comic-Con and dish on what story line she’d like her character, Donna, to finally get in season 6. Our headline is a pretty solid hint (as is our follow-up question about when her pal Joe Manganiello, from True Blood, might pop up on the comedy). Watch the interview below. READ FULL STORY

'American Horror Story' and 'The Big Bang Theory' lead Critics Choice nominees

The Big Bang Theory is no stranger to big ratings, but home viewers aren’t the only ones who love the CBS comedy.

The show was one of the most recognized broadcast shows today as the nominations for the 3rd annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards were announced. BBT and American Horror Story: Asylum, the most nominated cable show, both scored six nominations. (Parks and Recreation and Sundance’s Top of the Lake tied for second with five nominations.)

HBO lead the networks, scoring 21 nominations, followed by FX with 19.

This is the third year The Broadcast Television Journalists Association has held the award show. This year’s ceremony will be hosted by Parks and Recreation star Retta and held June 10 at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. (It will also, for the first time, stream online via UStream.)

The full list of nominations is below: 
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