Wednesday, September 17, 2008

MTV Hit Show Total Request Live (TRL) Says Goodbye In November

Total Request Live has been canceled after ten years, MTV confirmed on Monday. "We want to close this era of TRL in a big celebratory way, and 10 is a great number," Dave Sirulnick, executive producer of TRL told the Associated Press. "This feels like the right time and let's celebrate it and let's reward it." He added "Let's let it have a little bit of a rest for a minute. Been working hard for 10 years!"

The music video show will wrap in a two-hour special on a Saturday in November.
TRL first debuted in September 1998. The show peaked in 1999 with 757,000 viewers tuning in daily, according to Nielsen Media Research, the AP reported.

For the finale, expect to see TRL favorites including former VJ Carson Daly. "Folks who helped make TRL what is, whether that's Justin, and his guys in N' Sync, the Backstreet Boys, Britney, Eminem - I think we would love to see all of them here," Sirulnick told the AP.

"I'm going to miss TRL," rapper Eminem said in a statement. "Where else will I be able to start feuds, defend my honor vigorously and act like an angry teenager on national TV? Oh wait ... The VMAs!"



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