The top rated network hosted a ton of big names, including Lea Michele, Mindy Kaling and Zooey Deschanel, at their semi-annual event July 23.
The Family Guy creator hit the network's TCA party at the Soho House in West Hollywood.
The New Girl star sparkled in Paule Ka on the carpet.
Harry Shum Jr.
The Glee star was all smiles on the green carpet. Harry Shum Jr.
The Touch actor assured fans of the hit show 24 that will he will reprise his role as Jack Bauer in 24, the film, which is slated to begin filming next summer.
The star of the family, comedy-drama series Raising Hope wore a dress by Honor to the event.
The Glee cast member has been spending his summer promoting his debut novel, The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell, which is a modern twist on classic fairytales.
The New Girl cast member dazzled in a printed Bibhu Mohapatra dress.
The Glee actor is set to return the the hit series as a regular next season.
The Glee star hit the carpet with her co-stars.
The Soho House
The network event, which took over the outdoor patio, featured a DJ and a fully stocked candy bar.
Kevin Reilly and Mindy Kaling
The Fox Entertainment president and The Mindy Project star posed together on the carpet. Kaling's comedy is set to debut in September.
The Glee Guys
From left: the show's executive producer Ian Brennan, Harry Shum Jr., Matthew Morrison, and Chord Overstreet took a minute to pose together in between schmoozing and being interviewed.
Kevin Reilly and Lea Michele
The Pucci-clad Glee star smiled with Reilly inside the soiree.
Actress Spiro stars on The Mob Doctor, a medical drama set to debut in September.
The Bones cast member admitted that her character will finally be getting a love interest on the next season of the show.
The Mob Doctor star plays a killer with compassion as a mob boss on the new show.
Shannon Woodward and Dakota Johnson
Raising Hope cast member, Woodward, joined Ben and Kate star Johnson. Ben and Kate is a new comedy, set to air in Spetember, about the lives of a brother and sister (Johnson) who are exact opposites.
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