The Bridge (2005 TV series)

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This article is about the show about hip-hop. For the police drama, see The Bridge (2013 TV series).

The Bridge is a TV show chronicling the history of hip hop in New York City.[1] The show airs weekly on NYC TV in the New York City area. The show got its start in 2005 when NYC TV acquired broadcast station WNYE.

The show was created and produced by Arick Wierson and Matthew Tollin. Directed by Trevor Sotland, The Bridge is hosted by Hot 97 DJ and hip hop legend Ralph McDaniels.[2] The series quickly emerged as a cultural touchstone for NYC TV. Season one of The Bridge was co-hosted by Tiffani Webb, however she left the show due to renegotiation issues.

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