Sensitive to the fatigue setting in among media buyers, advertisers and journalists after a jam-packed week, they kept things snappy and heavy on star power at the Javits Center.
E! queen bee
"I never mess up a teleprompter and I just did," she said.
“Fashion Police” host Joan Rivers also lobbed a few zingers at
There were a few newsworthy moments scattered among the slickly produced sizzle reels, including the the announcement that
E! unveiled a trailer for its scripted series, "The Royals," a soapy drama about a fictional British royal family starring Elizabeth Hurley as a jaded queen.
Bravo also teased its upcoming scripted series “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce,” about a bestselling self-help author played by
Top-rated USA previewed upcoming programming including "Satisfaction," about a married man who discovers his wife is seeing a male prostitute and retaliates in an unexpected way, and "Dig," a Jerusalem-set action-adventure event series from Gideon Raff, executive producer of "Homeland," and starring Anne Heche and Jason Isaacs.
Moving past the schlocky "Sharknado," Syfy previewed "12 Monkeys," a series adapted from the post-apocalyptic Terry Gilliam movie, and "Ascension," a miniseries about a century-long space shuttle journey that began in 1963.