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New Girl stars Zooey Deschanel, Hannah Simone and Lamorne Morris team up for new podcast

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New Girl stars Zooey Deschanel, Hannah Simone and Lamorne Morris are teaming up for a new podcast which will cover all things New Girl.The trio have signed on to host an iHeartRadio program called Welcome to Our Show, where they will share untold stories and more related to the hit sitcom.Simone said in a statement that she was 'excited' to give fans behind the scenes details and 'share so many untold crazy New Girl stories,' in conversation withEntertainment Weekly.

Welcome to Our Show! New Girl stars Zooey Deschanel, Hannah Simone and Lamorne Morris are teaming up for a new podcast called 'Welcome to Our Show' where they'll share 'untold stories' and behind the scenes details related to their hit sitcom'New Girl fans have a lot of questions about everything from the actual rules of True American, to ping pong etiquette with Prince,' said Simone. '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 stories that happened while we made the show!'The trio will also chat with cast members, guest stars, producers, writers, and more.

Reunion:'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 stories that happened while we made the show!' Simone told EW; (left to right) Simone, Deschanel, Max Greenfield, Lamorne MorrisThey will dish on select episodes, with the podcast available for listen starting January 24.The hit show ran from 2011 to 2018.It followed the antics of Jessica Day (played by Deschanel) — a woman fresh from a breakup who moves in with three male strangers.The core cast.

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