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106 & Park
BET 106 and Park logo.png
Created byStephen G. Hill
Starring
Presented by:
AJ Calloway
Free
Big Tigger
Julissa Bermudez
Terrence J
Rocsi Diaz
Bow Wow
Miss Mykie
Paigion
Shorty da Prince
Angela Simmons
Keshia Chanté 
Official DJ:
DJ Enuff
DJ Prostyle
DJ Lyve
DJ Megatron
DJ Q45 DJ Jus
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes3,710
Production
Production location(s)CBS Broadcast Center, Midtown Manhattan, New York City, U.S.
Running time60/90/120 minutes
Release
Original networkBET
Original releaseSeptember 11, 2000 (2000-09-11) –
December 19, 2014 (2014-12-19)
External links
Website

106 & Park was an American hip hop and R&B music video show, set up in a countdown format, that was broadcast Monday to Friday at 6/5c on BET (7:00 pm on BET International). Since its inception, it had been the network's number-one rated show. On November 14, 2014, BET cancelled 106 & Park.[1]

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Contents

Location

The show was originally produced in Harlem, New York City, and the title of the show is derived from the original studio location at East 106th Street and Park Avenue. Viacom's acquisition of BET prompted a change to the CBS Broadcast Center at 524 West 57th Street between 10th & 11th Avenues, in the Hell's Kitchen section of Midtown Manhattan, turning its title into a misnomer for the rest of its history.[2]

Hosts

AJ & Free (2000–2005)

A. J. Calloway and Marie "Free" Wright were the original hosts of the show from September 11, 2000 until July 28, 2005, when Calloway (who was tearful on that episode) announced that it would be his last show, as well as for Free (who spoke via phone), as the show was either presented by Calloway or Wright.

Julissa & Big Tigger (2005–2006)

On August 1, 2005 106 & Park presented by television personality and model Julissa Bermudez and Rap City: Tha Basement's Big Tigger until July 3, 2006 as temporary replacements for the show until they found another female co-host for Terrence J. Around this time, Terrence J would be guest co-host the show with Julissa. Celebrities (Bow Wow and Mýa) hosted the show as well.

Terrence J & Rocsi (2006–2012)

On July 6, 2006, Rocsi (real name Raquel Roxanne Diaz), then an afternoon host for the Chicago market's WPWX (92.3), and Terrence Jenkins ("Terrence J.") became the hosts after winning the BET New Faces Contest. On May 29, 2012, Rocsi and Terrence J announced they would be leaving 106 & Park in 2012. Thus beginning a nationwide search for the next hosts of 106 & Park, which has been active since June 1, 2012 and ended on October 1, 2012. Terrence J and Rocsi's last episode as hosts was broadcast on September 28, 2012. The announcement for the new hosts of 106 & Park was broadcast on Monday, October 1, 2012.

The highly anticipated farewell episode aired on September 28, 2012 and was hosted by La La Anthony and Pooch Hall. In the taped video messages, several celebrities wish their farewell for Terrence J and Rocsi. They included Jim Jones, French Montana, Julissa Bermudez, Big Tigger, 2 Chainz, Ace Hood, Alicia Keys, Amar'e Stoudemire, Big Sean, B.o.B, Bobby V., Brandy Norwood, Busta Rhymes, Cassidy, Ciara, Common, Doug E. Fresh, DMX, Dwyane Wade, Elle Varner, E-40, Future, Jacob Latimore, Keke Palmer, Mary J. Blige, MGK, Mike Epps, Ne-Yo, Shannon and Monica Brown, Stalley, Rick Ross, Robin Thicke, T.I., Wyclef Jean and Bow Wow.[3]

Bow Wow & "The Search" (2012–2013)

On October 1, 2012, the new hosts for 106 & Park were announced, including Shad "Bow Wow" Moss,[4] Jordan "Shorty da Prince" Johnson,[4] Kimberly "Paigion" Walker[4] and Mykel "Miss Mykie" Gray.[4] For the first time in the show's 12-year history, there were officially four hosts for 106 & Park, instead of two. On January 15, 2013, 106 & Park revealed a new set, graphics, logo, and theme song. On January 23, 2013, the former hostess Rocsi Diaz made an unannounced appearance on the show. New segments included "The Mykie Report", "The Battle of the Sexes", "Girl Chat", "Inside the Rapper's Studio" and "Virtually Famous". On July 3, 2013, after many weeks of rumors and speculation about the fates of Johnson, Walker and Gray returning to the show, BET released a statement confirming the news that they would not return to the show. The hosts had not appeared on the show in the nearly two months since May 2013. Bow Wow remained as a permanent host on the show with Angela Simmons serving as a temporary co-host for the summer, her last day was on September 30, 2013, and along with special guest co-hosts such as Adrienne Bailon.

Bow Wow & Keshia Chanté (2013–2014)

On September 27, 2013, Drake made the official announcement that Bow Wow would be joined by fellow Toronto-native Keshia Chanté as the official new co-host, who would officially start on October 1, 2013.[5][6] On November 14, 2014, BET cancelled 106 & Park. The series aired its final episode on December 19, 2014.[7]

Broadcasting history

The show began for one hour (including commercials) and, until 2005, the show was broadcast late night at 2am/1am, immediately before BET After Dark and the most recent episode was broadcast on Saturday afternoons at 5/4c. In 2001, it was extended to 90 minutes. In 2008, the show was extended to two hours, but still reverts to 90 minutes depending on BET's scheduling for that day. The show celebrated its 2,000th episode on August 20, 2008. From July 25, 2011, to September 2, 2011, the show was extended to three hours.

The show's tenth anniversary special was on October 6, 2010. The previous hosts A.J. Calloway & Free (original; 2000–2005), Julissa & Big Tigger (2005–2006) returned to the show to celebrate along with current hosts Terrence J and Rocsi.

The show returned during the 2015 BET Experience from Los Angeles. It was hosted by Ray J and Tinashe on June 26, 2015, and Yara Shahidi, Marcus Scribner and Keshia Chante on June 27, 2015.[8]

106 & Park Video Hall of Fame

Every video that was voted onto the countdown starting as a "New Joint of the Day" 65 times would be retired and placed into the "106 & Park Video Hall of Fame". This normally occurred frequently, and earned Bow Wow the permanent title of Mister 106 & Park, and Aaliyah the permanent title of Miss 106 & Park for having the most #1's of their respective genders. The most recent video to be retired was "Ridin'" by Chamillionaire featuring Krayzie Bone on December 19, 2014.

Reception

In 2016, a The New York Times study of the 50 TV shows with the most Facebook likes found that 106 & Park "is popular in the Black Belt, generally", and Indian reservations in South Dakota and Arizona.[9]

See also

References

  1. ^ "BET's 106 & Park TV Show to End After 14 Years, Become Digital-Only". usmagazine.com. 14 November 2014. Retrieved 4 December 2014.
  2. ^ "BET Shows About 106 & Park Paul Evans Barler father of Piadros "PO" Barley from Zone 3 in South Atlanta". Archived from the original on 2009-05-30. Retrieved June 21, 2009.
  3. ^ "Breaking News - BET Networks and "106 & Park" Celebrate Terrence Jenkins and Rocsi Diaz with Star-Studded Farewell Party on Friday, September 28 @ 6 p.m. - TheFutonCritic.com". thefutoncritic.com. Retrieved 4 December 2014.
  4. ^ a b c d "BET Announces Four New "106 & Park" Hosts, Including Bow Wow (PHOTOS)". Gossiponthis.com. 2012-10-01. Retrieved 2014-07-15.
  5. ^ Rani, Taj (2013-09-27). "Welcome Keshia Chante to 106 !". BET. Retrieved 2014-07-15.
  6. ^ "The TRUTH about the HOSTS of #106andPark! WHO's HOSTING THIS SHOW!? Official Statement from #BET [details]". Archived from the original on 2013-10-02. Retrieved 2013-07-04.
  7. ^ "BET's '106 & Park' Going Digital Only". Billboard. Retrieved 4 December 2014.
  8. ^ "106 & Park Live". BET.com. 15 June 2015.
  9. ^ Katz, Josh (2016-12-27). "'Duck Dynasty' vs. 'Modern Family': 50 Maps of the U.S. Cultural Divide". The New York Times.

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