Entertainment Weekly is a weekly magazine publication available worldwide but is mainly consumed in the United States. Founded in 1990, Entertainment Weekly aims to bring the more critical and professional side of the entertainment media industry, such as news that you would read in The Hollywood Reporter or reviews you would read in Variety, to consumers.
Their first issue, with the headline “The Mix Masters” and a feature on Zorro, was published on Feb 16th, 1990, and at the time was headed up by Jeff Jarvis and Michael Klingensmith. Since then, Entertainment Weekly has very well established itself as a modern day must have for those who love the entertainment biz.
The magazine contains many various sections including “The Must List” which is a 2 page spread of all the things that the EW staff loves that week, the ever popular “The Hollywood Insider” section gives folks the latest industry-specific news, and “The Monitor” is yet another 2 page section completely devoted to major events in celebrity lives such as marriages, births and more.
While you can certainly pick up your edition of EW at your local newsstand or grab an issue from a digital store, you can also subscribe to EW in either physical or digital formats. A physical subscription will show up at your home on a weekly basis, while a digital subscription will automatically be available for you to review as soon as it’s released online.
In either case, if you’ve found that your subscription is no longer being read by your family, friends, or self and want to cancel it, well then you’re in luck as we have a helpful guide below!
- First Name
- Last Name
- Phone Number
- Email Address
- Billing Address
- ZIP/Postal Code
- Reason for Cancellation
- Last 4 Digits of Card
- Date of Last Charge
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- Visit https://secure.customersvc.com/servlet/Show
- Login with the Name, Address, and Email
- Click “Cancel Subscription” on the left hand side
- Insert your information in the fields provided and follow the prompts to finish the cancellation
- Retain any confirmation numbers or emails you receive for your records