WWE Network Status, Signs Multi-Year Deal With Peacock: On Monday, the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) announced that it would close its own network and move its programming to Peacock, NBCUniversal’s direct-to-consumer streaming service, in order to save money.
WWE Network Status, Signs Multi-Year Deal With Peacock
In addition to a 24/7 channel, more than 17,000 hours of WWE. Network programming will available on demand as part of the multi-year agreement, which begins on March 18.
All live pay on per view events, such as WrestleMania and SummerSlam. It will stream through Peacock Networks’ streaming service.
Archive matches dating back to the WCW and ECW eras, as well as original series such as “Steve Austin Broken Skull Sessions” and “Undertaker.
The Last Ride,” will be broadcast on Peacock. Starting in 2022. The companies expect to release “one signature documentary per year.
WWE Network can be purchased for $4.99 per month through Peacock Premium, which is available to subscribers. The channel currently has a monthly subscription fee of $9.99.
Peacock is an innovative platform that will enable us for showcasing our most key events, including WrestleMania. As well as provide the extraordinary entertainment.
Our fans have come to expect. Through a combination of premium WWE content, live sports, news, films, and television programmes.”
WWE shows “Raw” and “NXT” already air on the USA Network. That is own by NBCUniversal, while “Smackdown,” which currently airs on Fox, will be carried on Peacock after its initial airing.