The future of “Fashion Police” is uncertain following the death of its star, Joan Rivers, reports Deadline.com.
E!, the longtime television home for Rivers, said in a statement, “Right now we are mourning our beloved Joan. We will respond at a later date with programming updates.”
Following Rivers’ hospitalization, the network said the show would be on a two-week hiatus. Rivers, 81, died Thursday at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, where she was taken after reportedly losing consciousness during surgery on her vocal cords, as previously reported.
E! will air a special tonight, Friday, “E! News Special: Joan Rivers: Celebrating an Icon,” which will air at 9 p.m. ET, when “Fashion Police” usually airs, reports the Los Angeles Times’ Show Tracker.
“Fashion Police” began in 2010 and featured Rivers critiquing celebrities’ fashion style.