MTV’S “TRL” Ends Its Run


That’s right, after 10 years of pop stars & screaming fans “Total Request Live” is pulling the plug. The show will host a two-hour special in November. According to TRL’s executive producer, Dave Sirulnick, the show isn’t ending for good, but feels now is the right time to take a break.

“We want to close this era of `TRL’ in a big celebratory way, and 10 is a great number,” Sirulnick said. “And 10 is the number that `TRL’ counted down every single day for 10 years, and we hit this 10th (anniversary) and we thought, `You know what? This feels like the right time and let’s celebrate it and let’s reward it. And let’s let it have a little bit of a rest for a minute.’ Let it catch its breath! Been working hard – for 10 years!”

MTV will bring back the artists who started it all. So who will be part of this big farewell bash? Maybe some N’Sync, Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera. Oh the good ol’ days before MTV got super zealous with reality TV & Britney was sane. I suppose we will just have to wait for the grand reveal.

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  1. About time. Isn’t TRL the show were it was supposed to based around most requested videos and they only showed 30 sec clips of the videos? Oh wait, I think I am talking about the entire MTV channel.

    I remember when MTV played music videos…remember that?

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