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E! Pays Tribute to Joan Rivers with a 'Fashion Police' Retrospective

Sep 2
On the eve of the one-year anniversary of Joan Rivers' passing, E! remembers the laughter and fun that the comedy icon brought to fans around the world with the 30-minute special, "Celebrating Joan" airing Thursday.

Is a Defiant Kim Davis 'Waiting to Cash in?' Dan Savage Thinks So

By EDGE | Sep 2
Dan Savage addresses Kim Davis' defiance of Federal law and wonders, is her game plan to be a martyr for a cause that will lead to a big payoff in the future?

Watch: 'Downton Abbey' Season Six Trailer

By EDGE | Aug 31
After much anticipation and hoopla, British network ITV has released the trailer for Season Six of "Downton Abbey" the popular all-star brit-drom that has taken both sides of the Atlantic by storm since debuting in 2010.

Don Lemon Defends Owning Gay Porn Sites (Even Those Owned by Virginia Shooter)

By EDGE | Aug 31
Out CNN anchor Don Lemon found himself in the odd position of defending the Virginia shooter Vestor Flanagan's ownership of gay porn sites on Thursday's CNN show "Situation Room."

Bush Campaign Raffling Off Ticket to Colbert Debut

By David Bauder | Aug 28
Jeb Bush isn't just going to be a guest on Stephen Colbert's late-night debut on CBS. He's turned it into a fundraising opportunity.

David Oyelowo Talks Emmy Nomination After Oscar Snub

By Alicia Rancilio | Aug 28
David Oyelowo, who played the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in the film "Selma," says there's an interesting upside to not getting an Oscar nomination.

TV Academy, Actors Union Toast Diversity at Pre-Emmy Party

By Sandy Cohen | Aug 28
With hit shows like "Empire," ''black-ish" and "How to Get Away With Murder," diversity is the new normal in TV.

Jessica Lange Back to 'AHS?' Ryan Murphy Is Optimistic

By EDGE | Aug 28
The Huffington Post reported that Ryan Murphy in an interview for Entertainment Weekly says that Jessica Lange will be returning to the fifth season of his hit FX series "American Horror Story."

MSNBC Pulls the Plug on Sharpton's Daily Show

Aug 27
Al Sharpton is losing his daily show on MSNBC, with the network saying he'll be downshifted to the weekend.

A Quaint Rite: Harvesting Broadcast's Fall Crop Of New Shows

By Frazier Moore | Aug 27
Now it's time to welcome the latest round to the five major broadcast networks. And if 60 years of TV history is any hint, it will again repeat itself with a number of these two dozen rookies gone by Christmas and many more canceled by Memorial Day.

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