WHO SAID THE REVOLUTION WON'T BE TELEVISED?The Breakfast Club has had a chokehold on the hip-hop community for 13 years now, even with the departure of Angela Yee the show continues to thrive with guest hosts as the fellas continue to flirt with each other and bring us informative topics and keeps us up to date with everything trending. Everyone from Jay-Z to Nicki Minaj to Rick Ross, to Gucci Mane, has visited The Breakfast Club with some of the most interesting interviews on radio. The show is now coming to BET and will be seen daily on your television screens across the nation as the opinions of Charlemagne Tha God and DJ Envy will be entering your living rooms beginning this April.
BET IS PLEASED
Some slick people are saying BET needs all the help it can get. Lol. That means nothing as the BET CEO and President Scott Mills said “We’re thrilled to partner with iHeartMedia to bring The Breakfast Club and their unique brand of entertainment and cultural commentary to our audiences,” said in a statement. “We recognize the show’s influence and popularity, and we are confident that the partnership will be meaningful to our viewers and to our partners. Hosts Charlamagne and DJ Envy are long-time members of the BET and Paramount family, so we couldn’t be more excited to welcome The Breakfast Club home to BET.” “I’m looking forward to the opportunity to showcase The Breakfast Club on BET,” said DJ Envy. “I love what the new BET is doing!” “BET has been the home of so many cultural institutions, like Rap City and 106 & Park, that have shaped a generation,” said Charlamagne Tha God. “Those shows laid the foundation for The Breakfast Club to stand on and grow into the cultural institution that we have become. We look forward to carrying on the tradition.” The show will air weekdays on BET and VH1 starting April 17 at 9 a.m. ET. Episodes from the week will all be available to stream every Sunday on BET+. The Breakfast Club was previously on Revolt.