Are you mourning or celebrating the loss of TRL?
MTV decided to take a break from its Total Request Live show, which is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year (hmm, who else has been...
MTV decided to take a break from its Total Request Live show, which is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year (hmm, who else has been around for 10 years?). After a two-hour special in November, the show will take a break, the Associated Press reported, with Dave Sirulnick, executive producer of TRL, emphasizing that the show wasn't ending for good.
While some people want TRL to disappear forever, the show has been a popular destination for celebrities to reach the key young audience to promote albums, movies, television shows, or just themselves. The recently-debuted show FNMTV, hosted by Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz, has become a similar place for appearances, and the show will start another run in November, the AP reported.
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