E! Cancels Joan Rivers' 'Fashion Police' After 22-Year Run - NBC4 Washington

E! Cancels Joan Rivers' 'Fashion Police' After 22-Year Run

"Fashion Police: The Farewell" airs on Nov. 27

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    E! Cancels Joan Rivers' 'Fashion Police' After 22-Year Run
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    This Feb. 21, 2013 photo shows comedian Joan Rivers, left, and her daughter Melissa Rivers in New York.

    E!'s long-running series, "Fashion Police," will come to an end next month with a special finale featuring its late host and co-creator Joan Rivers.

    The series began in 1995 and became a staple on the red carpet at major awards shows with Rivers commentating on celebrity looks. It continued after Rivers' 2014 death with her daughter, Melissa, as a co-host.

    The network says "Fashion Police: The Farewell" will look back at memorable moments from the show's 22-year run and include surprise celebrity guests. Footage from an unaired '80s themed episode featuring Joan Rivers will also be shown.

    "Fashion Police: The Farewell" airs on Nov. 27.

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