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E! News
Format Entertainment Newsmagazine
Presented by Giuliana Rancic (2002-2004, 2005-present)
Ryan Seacrest (2006-present)
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes N/A
Running time 30 minutes
Original channel E!
Original run September 1, 1991 – present
External links
Official website

E! News is the E! network's nightly entertainment news show. Talking about the latest in Hollywood gossip and celebrities. The program was formerly known as E! News Daily and later E! News Live. The program made its debut on September 1, 1991.


Anchors and reporters

It is currently hosted by Giuliana Rancic and Ryan Seacrest. Jason Kennedy, Ashlan Gorse, Kristin Dos Santos, Kristina Guerrero, Ted Casablanca, Marc Malkin, Ben Lyons and Ken Baker are correspondents. (Jason Kennedy often subs in as host during the months of American Idol, a show for which Ryan Seacrest is the host.)

Anchors over the years include:

Previous anchors/reporters over the years include:

Air times

The show airs weekdays at 7 & 11:30 p.m. ET and Saturdays at 9 a.m. & 7 p.m. ET.

In the UK the show airs weekdays at 8am, 9am, 4pm and 7pm.

In Europe, excluding the UK, E! News is often edited into a 15 minute version. The show also keeps changing airing times from week to week. During August 2009 it was only on once a day at 2:25am CET.

In the Philippines the show airs on ETC Entertainment Central after the US Telecast Tuesday to Saturday 9pm with replays at 1:30pm and the show only Telecasts the Weekend Edition on Velvet

E! News Now

E! News Now is an online column of E! Online. Launched in 2008, it streams Hollywood gossip, even at times that E! News is not airing on television.

Latin American version

In Latin America the show was presented by Daniela Kosán and John Paul Ospina. Although E! News Latin America had different anchors, the video clips were the same. The show was cancelled in late 2008 and as of May 20, 2009 the show has been replaced by its American counterpart, with a two minute recap of Latin American entertainment news retained, along with a 'week in review' half-hour program on Thursday nights.

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