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#TRL has changed its format to make it similar to the daytime talk shows, with a roundtable, of sorts

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#TRL has changed its format to make it similar to the daytime talk shows, with a roundtable, of sorts

By Ricki Says
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Back in 2007, MTV made plans to cancel “TRL,” to the dismay of many music fans. It made sense, though, because with artists releasing music videos to the internet, a video show didn’t make much sense. However, nostalgic fans also wanted something from the old school back.

“TRL” made its return to MTV, as basically a live talk show, where many of the biggest names in music perform. Boasting several hosts, such as DJ Khaled, DC Young Fly, and Migos, “TRL” is essentially a whole different show. Reviews for the new “TRL” have been dismal.

Now, a fan has posted to Lipstick Alley, where they have shown another major “TRL” change. The show has now become even more talk-oriented, with their hosts sitting at a roundtable. Apparently, they come here and discuss music-related topics.

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