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Their Canadian counterpart had previously been known as Star!, and was owned by CHUM Limited before [=CTVglobemedia=] (now Creator/BellMedia) bought them in 2006; Star! rebranded as E! in 2010. Prior to then, the E! name, logo, and some programming were licensed to Canwest (owners of Creator/{{Global}}), which rebranded it's secondary TV system, CH, as E! in 2007. But due to a crippling debt load, Canwest went bankrupt in 2009, resulting in the CH/E! system being dismantled as the stations were either sold off or shuttered.

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Their Canadian counterpart had previously been known as Star!, and was owned by CHUM Limited before [=CTVglobemedia=] (now Creator/BellMedia) bought them in 2006; Star! rebranded as E! in 2010. Prior to then, the E! name, logo, and some programming were licensed to Canwest (owners of Creator/{{Global}}), which rebranded it's its secondary TV system, CH, as E! in 2007. But due to a crippling debt load, Canwest went bankrupt in 2009, resulting in the CH/E! system being dismantled as the stations were either sold off or shuttered.


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* ''Series/TheArrangement''''Series/TheArrangement2017''


Short for E! Entertainment Television, E! is a channel dedicated to news and gossip about the entertainment industry.

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Short for E! Entertainment Television, E! is a channel dedicated to news and gossip about the entertainment industry.
industry. It is owned by Creator/NBCUniversal (which in turn is owned by Comcast), thus is a sister channel to Creator/{{NBC}}, Creator/USANetwork, Creator/{{Syfy}}, etc.

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Their Canadian counterpart had previously been known as Star!, and was owned by CHUM Limited before [=CTVglobemedia=] (now Creator/BellMedia) bought them in 2006; Star! rebranded as E! in 2010. Prior to then, the E! name, logo, and some programming were licensed to Canwest (owners of Creator/{{Global}}), which rebranded it's secondary TV system, CH, as E! in 2007. But due to a crippling debt load, Canwest went bankrupt in 2009, resulting in the CH/E! system being dismantled as the stations were either sold off or shuttered.


* ''Keeping Up With The Kardashians'' and its spinoffs ''Kourtney And Khloé Take Miami'' (renamed ''Kourtney And Kim Take Miami''), ''Kourtney And Kim Take New York'', ''Khloé And Lamar'' and ''Kourtney & Khloé Take The Hamptons''.

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* ''Keeping Up With The Kardashians'' ''Series/KeepingUpWithTheKardashians'' and its spinoffs ''Kourtney And Khloé Take Miami'' (renamed ''Kourtney And Kim Take Miami''), ''Kourtney And Kim Take New York'', ''Khloé And Lamar'' and ''Kourtney & Khloé Take The Hamptons''.

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----* ''Fashion Police with Creator/JoanRivers''
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* {{Documentary}}: ''The E! True Hollywood Story''
* {{Reality Show}}s: Their stock in trade, and they seem capable of making these about anyone.
* {{Talk Show}}: ''Chelsea Lately''


* ''The Royals'' - E!'s first scripted series. Produced by [[Creator/LionsGate Lionsgate Television]] and [[Creator/{{Universal}} Universal Cable Productions]] (E! is owned by [=NBCUniversal=] Cable).

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* ''The Royals'' ''Series/TheRoyals'' - E!'s first scripted series. Produced by [[Creator/LionsGate Lionsgate Television]] and [[Creator/{{Universal}} Universal Cable Productions]] (E! is owned by [=NBCUniversal=] Cable).Cable).
* ''Series/TheArrangement''


* ''The Girls Next Door'' and its spinoffs ''Kendra'' and ''Holly's World''. Both co-produced with [[Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox Fox Television Studios]].
* ''Keeping Up With The Kardashians'' and its spinoff ''Kourtney And Khloe Take Miami''/''Kourtney And Kim Take New York''

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* ''The Girls Next Door'' (aka ''[[MarketBasedTitle Girls Of The Playboy Mansion]]'') and its spinoffs ''Kendra'' and ''Holly's World''.World''[[note]]Bridget is the only one of the series' three stars who never got her own show[[/note]]. Both co-produced with [[Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox Fox Television Studios]].
* ''Keeping Up With The Kardashians'' and its spinoff spinoffs ''Kourtney And Khloe Khloé Take Miami''/''Kourtney Miami'' (renamed ''Kourtney And Kim Take Miami''), ''Kourtney And Kim Take New York'' York'', ''Khloé And Lamar'' and ''Kourtney & Khloé Take The Hamptons''.


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* ''The Royals'' - E!'s first scripted series. Produced by [[Creator/LionsGate Lionsgate Television]] and [[Creator/{{Universal}} Universal Cable Productions]] (E! is owned by [=NBCUniversal=] Cable).


Notable for its ''E! True Hollywood Story'' documentary series, which is essentially the general entertainment version of {{VH-1}}'s ''Behind The Music''.

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Notable for its ''E! True Hollywood Story'' documentary series, which is essentially the general entertainment version of {{VH-1}}'s Creator/VH1's ''Behind The Music''.

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* ''Series/TotalDivas''


* ''Talk Soup'' and its {{retool}} ''TheSoup''.

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* ''Talk Soup'' and its {{retool}} ''TheSoup''.''Series/TheSoup''.


Notable for its ''TrueHollywoodStory'' documentary series, which is essentially the general entertainment version of {{VH-1}}'s ''Behind The Music''.

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Notable for its ''TrueHollywoodStory'' ''E! True Hollywood Story'' documentary series, which is essentially the general entertainment version of {{VH-1}}'s ''Behind The Music''.



* ''The Girls Next Door'' and its spinoffs ''Kendra'' and ''Holly's World''. Both co-produced with [[TwentiethCenturyFox Fox Television Studios]].

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* ''The Girls Next Door'' and its spinoffs ''Kendra'' and ''Holly's World''. Both co-produced with [[TwentiethCenturyFox [[Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox Fox Television Studios]].

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* ''Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings''. Produced with Borderline Amazing Productions (Chelsea Handler's company).

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