Celebs, be afraid. Kathy Griffin fans, get excited.
The take-no-prisoners, Emmy-winning comedian is coming to Bravo with a new weekly one-hour talk show called Kathy.
So when will she hit your TV? What's her show about? And what are George Clooney and the Glee cast doing?
At today's Television Critics Association Press Tour in Pasadena, Bravo unveiled Kathy, describing it as a "piercing take on the week's news," including the biggest headlines and tabloid gossip. The show will also "feature stand-up routines, celebrity interviews and taped segments."
Kathy is set to premiere this spring.
Also coming to Bravo:
George Clooney and the Glee cast hit Inside The Actors Studio: Clooney hits the air Jan. 31, and the cast and creators of Glee will appear on the series a bit later in the year.
Shahs of Sunset: New docu-series about glamorous Persian-American young people, produced by Ryan Seacrest Productions.
Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis: The famous house-flipper becomes a "home therapist"/control freak to take over people's lives as well as their living space. "It's only five days," Lewis explained to reporters today. "But we're spending all day with these people that you can't help but become attached...Sometimes I didn't like them and sometimes I didn't give a s--t. Sometimes I wanted them dead."
Million Dollar Listing New York: Spinoff of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, showing the East Coast's most extravagant listings.
Love Broker: Follows New York's most passionate matchmaker, Lori Zaslow.
Around The World in 80 Plates: Amazing Race meets Top Chef: Twelve chefs competing in a culinary race across 10 countries in 44 days.
Don't Be Tardy for the Wedding: Inside Kim Zolciak's extravagant wedding to Kroy Biermann of the Atlanta Falcons.
On the returning series Watch What Happens Live, Sandra Bernhard will join as a regular correspondent, while new season guests include Anderson Cooper, Jimmy Fallon, Rosie O'Donnell, Robin Thicke, Tori Spelling, Rosie Perez, and a pajama party with Ralph Fiennes and Holly Hunter
(NBC and E! are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)