Fox's Fall Launch Eco-Casino Party: Red Carpet Interviews
6:44 PM PDT 9/13/2011 by Sophie Schillaci, David Simpson
The stars of Fox's fall TV lineup hit the carpet on Monday, Sept. 13 prior to the network's eco-casino party. The Hollywood Reporter spoke with the stars of some of the season's most highly anticipated programs, including Zooey Deschanel of "New Girl," Paula Abdul of "The X Factor" and Chris Colfer of "Glee."
Paula Abdul gives us the dirt on what's to come in the debut season of X Factor, and what fall TV shows she's most excited to watch.
Steve Jones, 'The X Factor'
X Factor host Steve Jones on which judge is the 'soft one' and rumored guest judges.
Chris Colfer, 'Glee'
As Jane Lynch preps for TV's biggest night, the Primetime Emmy Awards, Glee star Chris Colfer tells The Hollywood Reporter that his co-star is cool as a cucumber.
Amber Riley, 'Glee'
Glee star Amber Riley teases an episode featuring a hit Broadway show, and spills on what viewers can expect of her new on-screen love interest.
Zooey Deschanel, 'New Girl'
The actress and singer discusses the process of writing and recording the show's theme song, and what fans can expect from her upcoming She & Him Christmas album.
The Cast of 'New Girl'
The cast of New Girl introduces us to their characters, and reveal what gadget Zooey Deschanel had installed in the makeup room.
John Noble, 'Fringe'
John Noble ponders whether he embodies any of the kooky traits portrayed by his creepy character, Dr. Walter Bishop.
The Cast of 'I Hate My Teenage Daughter'
Katie Finneran, Kristi Lauren and Aisha Dee talk real-life teenagers, their characters, and which fall TV shows they're most excited to watch.
Mike Henry, Richard Appel, 'The Cleveland Show'
The Cleveland Show co-creators Mike Henry and Richard Appel give details on Peter Griffin's guest appearance in the season premiere, and the numerous musical cameos we can expect during the upcoming season.
Howie Mandel, 'Mobbed'
Napoleon Dynamite star Efren Ramirez drops in onTHR's interview with Howie Mandel, giving the famously germaphobic Mobbed host a giant bear hug. Come to find out, Efran's Pedro was inspired by none other than Mandel.