E! Puts Fashion Police on Hiatus till September
E! puts Fashion Police on hiatus till September
E! released a statement Tuesday night saying: "E!'s comedy series Fashion Police is going on hiatus and will return in September We look forward to taking this opportunity to refresh the show before the next awards season. Our talented co-hosts Giuliana Rancic and Brad Goreski, along with Executive Producer Melissa Rivers, will continue their roles as we evolve the show into its next chapter for the legions of Fashion Police fans around the world." PLUS: Exec admits: "With the benefit of hindsight, we definitely brought it back too soon."
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It's only a matter of time before Diane Lockhart gets a case inspired by the HBO series.
Robert Durst inspired 2 episodes of the Law & Order franchise
Law & Order: Criminal Intent did an episode inspired by the Susan Berman murder in 2002, followed two years later by "Law & Order" doing an episode based on the Galveston case.
Fox's Fantasy Life adds Jamie-Lynn Sigler for an Entourage reunion
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NBC hopes Bridgit Mendler's big social media presence helps boost Undateable
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TruTV creates an "#HaveUFoundtruTV" hashtag for March Madness fans
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The Flash boss delves into Tuesday's big twist
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Game of Thrones bosses talk Season 5: It took 17 days to shoot 1 sequence
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Why is Dancing with the Stars so enduring?
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Go inside Alton Brown's tour bus
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A&E remaking a Swedish vampire drama
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Keeping Up with the Kardashians down from last year, The Royals attracts 1.4 million
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Howie Mandel's home victimized in a toilet paper prank
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Watch Will Forte lose his epic Last Man on Earth beard
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Why Dana Carvey's George H.W. Bush is the best impression of all time
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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with classic Conan clips
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iZombie is ridiculously likable
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