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iHeartRadio Announces ''Welcome to Our Show'' Podcast


Welcome To Our Show
Welcome To Our Show

iHeartRadio launches "Welcome to Our Show", a "New Girl" rewatch podcast, hosted by the show's stars Zooey Deschanel, Hannah Simone and Lamorne Morris. Every Monday, listeners will hear from the funny friends, who called the "New Girl" set home for seven seasons. Together, the trio will rewatch the Emmy-nominated series to reveal never-before-told stories, their favorite memories from creating the show and divulge moments and scenes left on the cutting room floor.

The first episode of "Welcome to Our Show" will be available on iHeartRadio and all major podcast platforms beginning Monday, January 24.

In each episode, Zooey, Hannah and Lamorne will also play a unique version of the show's popular game, True American, with made up rules, lots of confusion and loads of laughter. The crew will invite fan favorite cast members, guest stars, producers, writers and more to dissect and dish on a selected episode.

"I am overjoyed to work again with two of my favorite people, Lamorne and Hannah, and to get to relive some of our favorite moments from the seven years we worked on 'New Girl,'" said Deschanel.

"The fans have been flooding my inbox and timelines with requests for behind the scenes intel. Well, here we go," added Simone. "We're so pumped that iHeart is giving us this platform to connect with our fans. So dope. All of their questions will be answered... .and we also tell weird stories."

"New Girl fans have a lot of questions about everything from the actual rules of True American to ping pong etiquette with Prince," said Morris. "Zooey, Lamorne and I have missed each other so much, and I'm so excited that we've created a show where we can finally answer those questions and share so many untold crazy ‘New Girl' stories that happened while we made the show!"

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