MTV's 'Total Request Live' to conclude in November

Time to start the countdown clock on MTV's countdown era: "Total Request Live" will soon leave the air after 10 years.


Dave Sirulnick, executive producer of "TRL," said Monday that the music video countdown show will conclude in a two-hour special on a Saturday afternoon in November. He stressed that the show wasn't ending for good, but felt now was the right time to give it a break after an unprecedented run on the cable music channel. Read more

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Sep 15, 2008 8:18PM EDT

Wow, they are cutting the only hour of music they actually play? It is getting harder and harder to call them MTV(Music Televsion). They should just go ahead and change the "M" in MTV to stand for "Mediocre"

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Sep 15, 2008 8:56PM EDT

Excellent point, ak10! While TRL isn't the greatest, it's a little sad to see MTV become so very, very not anything it was meant to be. Maybe this will open up new "music hour" possibilities - we can only hope!

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