A version of the free tier of the WWE Network quietly launched yesterday morning. The homepage for non-subscribers can be seen at watch.WWE.com now, as long as you’re not logged into an active subscriber account. The free tier homepage currently features several carousels with content in them, some locked: Trending Now, Recently Added, Every PPV… Read More WWE Network Free Tier Quietly Launches, Update On Plans
PWInsider is reporting that a free tier of the WWE Network has launched quietly. The tier is currently only playing for active subscribers that have logged out of the network. The current cache of programming is mainly from the company’s YouTube channel.
The beta test was unannounced, and is reportedly part of the process of adding a $14.99 tier to the network that would include independent wrestling. There is no confirmed time table for the tiered network structure.
This Sunday will see the latest WWE 24 air on the WWE Network, placing a focus on Trish Stratus and her final wrestling match at WWE SummerSlam.
Immediately following WWE Starrcade, the new documentary will air, and you can see a teaser trailer for it below:
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The final days of World Championship Wrestling are finally a part of WWE Network because every episode of WCW Thunder is on WWE Network now. While every episode of WCW’s “A” show Nitro were added several years ago (WWE Network launched in February 2014), WWE took their time in completing the library of Thunder episodes.
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The final 19 episodes of WCW Thunder, spanning from November 2000 to WCW’s closure in March 2001, are now available on demand on the award-winning WWE Network.
The newly released episodes include battles among WCW stalwarts like Booker T, Diamond Dallas Page and “Big Poppa Pump” Scott Steiner, but also highlight new, up-and-coming competitors that were making waves in WCW in the months before its historic sale to WWE. Notably, this week’s batch release features the national TV debut of AJ Styles, who partnered with fellow WCW rookie Air Paris in tag team action.
Relive the final days of WCW Thunder, or discover them for the first time, by checking out WWE Network’s on-demand section, available to stream anytime, anywhere.
Here’s a clip of AJ Styles on Thunder.
What this will allow fans to do (if they have a lot of free time) is watch Nitro, Thunder and WCW PPVs in order.
WCW Thunder aired 156 episodes on TBS in the United States from January 8, 1998 to March 21, 2001.
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“Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s new WWE Network series “The Broken Skull Sessions” will premiere November 24 at 11 pm ET / 8 pm PT, immediately after Survivor Series on WWE Network. The guest will be The Undertaker. The show will feature no-holds barred, one-on-one conversations with current WWE Superstars, legends and celebrity guest each month.… Read More “Stone Cold” Steve Austin To Interview The Undertaker On The Broken Skull Sessions Series Premiere, Streaming Nov. 24 On WWE Network