World Wrestling Entertainment changed the face of professional wrestling on January 8, 2014. The company unveiled the WWE Network, a 24/7 streaming platform that will revolutionize the way WWE produces content, and how their fans tune in to watch it.

The WWE Network reveal emanated from the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas. WWE Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon, along with WWE COO Triple H, WWE CBO Stephanie McMahon, 11-time WWE Champion John Cena, and WWE Hall of Famers “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and Shawn Michaels were on hand to unveil the new streaming service.

WWE Network will launch on February 24, 2014 in the United States. The network will feature all twelve WWE live pay-per-view events, including WrestleMania. WWE Network will also include original programming such as WWE Countdown, reality shows like Total Divas and WWE Legends House, and a lifetime’s worth of video-on-demand content.

Anyone can subscribe to the WWE Network beginning at 9:00 a.m. ET on Monday, Feb. 24 via The company will even offer a one week free trial to anyone that signs up. Users can then access WWE Network’s vas array of content via laptop or desktop computer by means of logging into, or through the WWE App on Amazon’s Kindle Fire devices, Android and iOS devices, Roku streaming devices, Sony PlayStation 3/4, and Xbox 360. provides the following overview of the network’s offerings at launch on Feb. 24.

Programming Highlights

 WWE Network will officially launch with the live Monday Night Raw Post-Show on Monday, February 24, at 11:06 p.m. ET, and fans will instantly have access to the most comprehensive WWE video-on-demand library upon signing up. In addition to live Raw and SmackDown pre- and post-shows every week, new programming including a live studio show and additional on-demand content will be added in the future. 

At launch, WWE Network will include:

All 12 Live Pay-Per-View Events

  • All 12 current WWE pay-per-view events – including WrestleMania – will be available to subscribers live, as well as on demand.
  • Live pay-per-view 30 minute pre- and post-shows.

Original Programming

Every Monday and Friday night, WWE Network will air 30 minute pre- and post-shows for WWE’s weekly cable programs Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown.

 The Monday Night War — A series exploring the shocking real-life stories that fueled the mid-’90s rivalry between WWE and WCW. Battling for ratings dominance, WWE’s Vince McMahon and WCW’s Ted Turner engaged in a masterful game of one-upmanship, and in the process, elevated WWE Monday Night Raw and WCW Monday Nitro to all new levels of pop-culture relevance.

WrestleMania Rewind — A comprehensive look back at the most groundbreaking matches and dramatic moments in WrestleMania history, including never-before-seen footage and in-depth interviews.  

WWE Countdown — A one-hour, groundbreaking, interactive, countdown series that puts the power squarely in viewers’ hands by giving the audience the chance to discuss and rank WWE’s most spectacular Superstars, unexpected moments, best catch phrases and more through digital polling and social media interaction.


Coming in April: WWE Legends House — WWE’s greatest Legends reunite for a new title – only this time, they’re competing outside of the ring. Imagine a beautiful house in the suburbs – perfectly furnished, with gorgeous landscaping, a lovely pool and quiet, respectable neighbors. WWE Superstars from the past including “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, Tony Atlas and “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan will turn the neighborhood upside down as the house staff tries their best to keep these Legends on time, on speaking terms, and out of trouble in this new reality show.


WWE NXT — WWE Superstars and Divas of tomorrow face off every week on WWE NXT, a one-hour weekly show that features the brightest and best of WWE’s rising stars. WWE NXT showcases the Superstars and Divas from WWE’s Performance Center as well as appearances from WWE Superstars and Legends in an intimate setting. WWE NXT broadcasts from the state-of-the-art Full Sail LIVE venue on the Full Sail University campus in Orlando, Florida.

WWE Superstars — A one-hour weekly show highlighting the best of WWE Superstars and Divas in heart-pounding matches. Features highlights from all WWE programming, as well as a special glimpse at everything going on in the WWE Universe.


Video On Demand

  • WWE Network will offer all WWE, WCW and ECW pay-per-views as well as classic matches uncut and uncensored, encores of Raw, SmackDown and WWE Main Event totaling more than 1,500 hours of video on demand at launch. All episodes of original programming on WWE Network will be available on demand immediately after they premiere, allowing viewers to watch on their schedule.


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