This image released by E! Entertainment shows, from left, Kelly Osbourne, EJ Johnson, Joan Rivers, George Kotsiopoulos, and Giuliana Rancic on the set of "Fashion Police." Taping for Joan Rivers' E! network show "Fashion Police" has been put on hold, the network confirmed Thursday. Rivers remains hospitalized at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. Rivers hosts the show and her daughter, Melissa Rivers, is its executive producer. (AP Photo/E!, Brandon Hickman)
FILE - In this April 30, 2012 file photo, Joan Rivers attends an E! Network event in New York. Joan Riversâ€™ family said the comedian has been moved from intensive care into a private room, where she is â€œbeing kept comfortable.â€ No further details were released Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014, on Riversâ€™ condition. On Tuesday, the family confirmed she was on life support at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan after going into cardiac arrest last Thursday. (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, File)
LOS ANGELES — The E! network says no decisions have been made about the future of "Fashion Police" in the wake of Joan Rivers' death.
The network said in a statement that its "mourning our beloved Joan, and will respond at a later date with further programming updates." Rivers' daughter, Melissa Rivers, is its executive producer.
Rivers died Thursday at 81 at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. She was hospitalized Aug. 28 after going into cardiac arrest in a doctor's office following a routine procedure.
"She's been a much beloved member of the E! family for over 20 years and the world is less funny without her in it," the network said. "Today, our hearts are heavy knowing Joan will not be bounding through the doors."
E! previously said the long-running program, which normally airs new episodes on Fridays, will be on break for the next two weeks. In its place, the network plans to air two special programs focusing on New York Fashion Week.