Dope! The "2 Dope Queens" specials start airing on HBO in February

Podcast turned TV specials 2 Dope Queens is coming in early 2018. The show - hosted by Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson - is a televised adaptation of the podcast. Four hourlong specials were ordered back in August. The specials were taped in Brooklyn and directed by Tig Notaro of all people. The first will premiere on Friday, February 2nd at 11:30pm with episodes airing in the following weeks.

Each episode features a special guest like Jon Stewart, Sarah Jessica Parker, Tituss Burgess, and Uzo Aduba. Featured comedians will be Kevin Barnett, Rhea Butcher, Michelle Buteau, John Early, Naomi Ekperigin, Gary Gulman, Al Jackson, Jackie Kashian, Aparna Nancherla, Mark Normand, Baron Vaughn, and Sheng Wang.

The Guy is back in a new trailer for the new season of HBO's "High Maintenance"

High Maintenance is on the way back to TV in early 2018. Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld's show following the customers of weed dealer The Guy has a return date on HBO. Although the show returns on Friday, January 19 at 11 PM, you can catch up with the old episodes plus the web series on the HBO app of your choice. In the meantime, check out the trailer for the new season.

We gave a First Look Review of High Maintenance. We praised the character work it provided for the people The Guy sold to: "For those that like character pieces, definitely give it a shot. Every episode is going to be different and it’ll be cool to see how The Guy plays a role (or doesn’t in some cases) in the narrative of each character."

"Crashing" has a new trailer with new comedians helping out ol' Petey

Crashing was a hit earlier this year. HBO is bringing it back in early 2018 paired with Divorce. Along with Artie Lang, this new season is set to feature John Mulaney, Bill Burr, Jeff Ross, Beth Stelling, the Lucas Brothers, Whitney Cummings, Rachel Feinstein, and more. Crashing returns January 14th at 10:30 PM.

We reviewed every episode of the first season of Crashing saying "It started as a show about Pete Holmes being cheated on and his goal of becoming a comedian. He’s achieved said goal (and lost it) but is nowhere near finding another chance for love. Behind the scenes, the writing for the first six episodes was astounding. Directing was nothing short of great...All in all, Crashing’s freshman season was a solid effort that really excelled in a lot of areas."