Maybe Joan Rivers does know best.
Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best? has been renewed for a second season, WEtv announced Tuesday.
The reality series that follows the famous comedian after she moves in with her daughter Melissa will return in...
Say what you will about Joan Rivers (God knows she's probably already said it funnier), but the woman really is a piece of work.
Last night, the legendary cut-up kicked off her new reality show, Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best, and proved to us all that Betty White isn't the only woman of a certain age worth watching these days. Loaded down with more baggage than a Bachelor contestant and enough opinions to put Fox News in a fetal position, Rivers also showed that she's as gutsy as some of her own material as she traded 21 years in Manhattan for Malibu to crash with daughter and red-carpet comrade Melissa. Did hilarity ensue? Sure. But so did some unexpected drama.
Lifelong New Yorker Joan Rivers has moved to the Land of La La to live — and lock horns — with daughter Melissa, and it's all captured on their new WE tv reality series Joan and Melissa: Joan Knows Best? We sat down with the two yakkety-yaks and got a taste of turmoil to come ...
According to Joan Rivers, she has learned the power of Sarah Palin the hard way.
Rivers claims Fox News Channel canceled her Thursday morning appearance after TMZ reported that she called the former Alaska governor "stupid" and "a threat." Rivers, 77, tweeted about the incident Wednesday, writing, "Outcome: DON'T PISS OFF SARAH PALIN. She's apparently...
Joan Rivers has made an entire career out of being brutally honest, whether through vicious stand-up or her infamous red carpet critiques.
So it's no shocker that Rivers was more than game to take aim at everything from Oprah's new network to Jersey Shore during the Television Critics Association's winter previews.
WE TV taps Joan Rivers for new series
"Does anyone want to know about our new network? It's called Rent," Rivers, 77, joked less than 24 hours after...