The daily series featured the top music videos, as well as appearances and performances from the most popular musicians at the time. McCarthy sees ratings potential in "TRL" and has ordered the construction of a massive studio facing Times Square to serve as its new home. It went off the air in 2008 and was briefly revived for a one-off episode in 2014.
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The decision to bring back the music-focused show was also McCarthy's, who has been making drastic changes to MTV since he became president at the end of 2016. In the late '90s and going into the early '00s, the landmark was home to Total Request Live.
It's early days for United Kingdom broadcast plans for TRL, but it's a sign that broadcasters are seeing opportunities for TV formats that combine music and entertainment with a strong social media buzz. McCarthy told the outlet that the new iteration of the series will premiere in October.
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"When you talk to artists and they say to you, unaware of what we're doing, can you bring back "TRL"?" he said. We shouldn't be writing 6,000-word articles on telling people how to feel'. Carson Daly, the show's original host (who now serves as a host on The Voice), will not be returning to his post; instead, he will be replaced by five "relatively unknown" co-hosts.
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