Inside Ali Landry, Alison Sweeney's Hollywood Moms Night TV Series

Celebrity Moms Nov. 22, 2011 AT 2:07PM

Hollywood moms unite!

Where do Ali Landry and Alison Sweeney go when they need to gossip about the men and mommy issues? They call up some of their closest girlfriends -- including Denise Richards, LaLa Vazquez and Niecy Nash -- and come together for a monthly girls-only supper club.

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Their ritual, that involves each mom bringing a favorite dish to their potluck-style dinner, will soon be documented in a new series for the TV Guide Network, Hollywood Moms Night, premiering Sunday.

"I just love to host and have people over," the supper club's founder and mom of two Sweeney, 35, tells Us Weekly. "This just seemed like a really fun way to get a good group of women together, to start a conversation, to have a good time and be crazy and silly with no limits."

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As the preview clip above shows, Landry, 38, shared news with her girlfriends that she was experiencing contractions at a recent gathering, just two weeks before son Marcelo's October 8 birth. "Don't have this baby on my watch," cracks comic Nash. "I'm not good in a crisis! All hell is going to break loose if your water breaks." Landry's retort: "Then you can't make me laugh because then I pee in my pants!"

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"My husband loves it whenever we get together," former Doritos girl Landry, 38, tells Us, adding that she relishes in the camaraderie of her girlfriends. "It takes some of the pressure off of [our husbands] because you normally go to your spouse and ask them a lot of questions and really lean on them for support, but when you have a good group of friends, you kind of lean on them for certain things, like certain kinds of emotional things."

Check out more from Hollywood Moms Night in the clip above before the series premieres on Sunday at 8 p.m. (EST) on the TV Guide Network.

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