Fashion Police, the legendary series on American cable and satellite television – E! Network, would end its run with a grand finale on November 27 after more than two decades of programming.
From findings gathered, this episode will detail never-before-seen footage including a previously unaired 80s-themed episode featuring the late show co-creator and long-running host, late Joan Rivers.
Fashion Police covered every major award show and fashion event through the lens of Rivers’ comedic commentary. The show majorly defined fashion and style for the woman of class. It helped shape and give meaning to every dress sense, teaching what and what not to wear, how to wear it best and how best to pull off a stylish look. It helped women own their style! Now that the network has announced an end to this iconic show, One wonders what would become of our fashion and style.
The TV show will sign with a special episode tagged “Fashion Police: The Farewell”.
Fashion Police was started in 1995 by the legendary comedian Joan Rivers, whose sharp and signature comments has made the show “a necessity” in the minds of every fashionista.
After Joan passed on at the age 81, in September 2014, the franchise continued with the blessing of Melissa (Joan’s daughter), 49, as executive producer who also became a co-host in 2015. Other hosts include Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski, NeNe Leakes and Margaret Cho.
The farewell special will revisit some of the funniest and most beloved segments, such as “Bitch Stole My Look,” “Guess Me from Behind,” and “Starlet or Streetwalker.” It will also feature surprise celebrity guests, taking viewers behind-the-scenes with insider scoop from cast and crew.
“Thank you to E! for having the vision to see the potential of Fashion Police which changed both the entertainment and fashion industries,” Melissa said in a statement.