It’s a timing thing. AEW Dynamite debuted less than eleven months ago and has already become one of the biggest shows in wrestling today. Earlier this week, the show drew over a million viewers, which is quite the nice milestone to reach. They still have a long way to go, but they are already off to a rather nice start. This week they are even getting some good news to move them into next week.
One of the best things that AEW has going for it is their relationship with TNT. Putting their main television show on the network gives them some incredible leverage and a great platform. TNT is a big network throughout the United States and makes it easy for so many fans to see their show. That being said, sometimes the network’s other programming takes precedence, but that will not be the case this week.
AEW has announced that next week’s edition of Dynamite will air in its usual time slot. This comes after the show was originally scheduled to take place on Thursday instead of Wednesday, but the Denver Nuggets/Los Angeles Clippers playoff series will play a seventh game. As a result, the scheduled NBA game on Wednesday will not take place, freeing up the time for Dynamite. This was the last scheduled change for the show during this NBA post season.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) September 13, 2020
The show has been pretty good lately. Check out what we have been getting to see as of late:
Opinion: That’s some good news for AEW but I was liking the idea of having NXT and Dynamite on different nights. If nothing else it was nice to have a little space and not having to jump back and forth every Wednesday night. This makes things a little more complicated, but at least AEW is getting back to normal, which must be nice after the weeks of being moved around.
What have you thought of Dynamite of late? How can the show be made better? Let us know in the comments below.
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