Watch out Ryan Seacrest. There's a new player in the televised New Year's Eve celebration mix.

Fox News Channel reports that "Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson will appear on the "All-American New Year" special Tuesday night to discuss his outspoken father, Phil. Robertson will appear live with his wife, Korie, from Steamboat Springs, Colo.

Fox News says the couple will talk about the recent nine-day suspension of patriarch Phil Robertson from A&E's hit show "Duck Dynasty." The elder Robertson came under fire for anti-gay comments that appeared in a GQ magazine article.

The Fox News special, hosted by Bill Hemmer and Elisabeth Hasselbeck, airs from 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Eastern time. (It will be tape-delayed on the West Coast.)

Meanwhile, the group that has taken credit for A&E's decision to lift Phil Robertson's suspension is now challenging the network.

Last week, Faith Driven Consumer posted a statement on its website, claiming an online petition it spearheaded with more than 260,000 signatures prompted A&E to reverse the suspension. A&E reinstated Robertson on Friday, saying in a statement that "Duck Dynasty is not a show about one man's views."

Apparently, that's not the explanation Faith Driven Consumer founder Chris Stone was looking for.

"Despite our celebration, we remain uncertain of A&E's true intent. Today, in the network's statement of their core values -- centered on 'creativity, inclusion, and mutual respect' -- Faith Driven Consumers are left wondering whether A&E considers us to be a part of America's rich rainbow of diversity," Stone said in a statement released by his group. "Do they also now embrace the biblically based values and worldview held by the Robertson family and millions of Faith Driven Consumers?"

Stone, his followers and the "Duck Dynasty" fans probably shouldn't hold their breaths. Embracing Robertson's "worldview" probably isn't high on A&E's priority list, especially after video surfaced Monday of Robertson advocating for men marrying teenage girls.

"You got to marry these girls when they are about 15 or 16. They'll pick your ducks," Robertson says in the 2009 video, referring to cleaning game.