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WWE Unveils Free Version of WWE Network

Free tier of SVOD service boasts ”more than 15,000 action-packed WWE titles“

WWE has debuted a free tier to streaming service WWE Network. The free version includes “more than 15,000 action-packed WWE titles,” per WWE.

The free version of WWE Network includes:

  • New shows including “Raw Talk,” streaming Monday nights each week immediately following “Raw”
  • Groundbreaking original series including “Monday Night War,” “Ride Along,” “Table for 3,” “Photo Shoot” and “Story Time”
  • Recent episodes of WWE’s flagship programs “Monday Night Raw,” “Friday Night SmackDown” and “NXT”
  • Select historical WWE pay-per-views and “NXT TakeOver” events
  • Weekly WWE highlights, “Top 10,” “WWE’s The Bump,” “WWE Now,” “The Best of WWE” and “WWE Timeline”

“The launch of WWE Network’s free version is a key component of our company’s digitization strategy and a new way for all fans to be able to experience premium WWE content,” Jayar Donlan, the professional wrestling company’s executive vice president of advanced media, said in a statement on Monday. “As we continue to reimagine WWE Network’s offering, the free version will serve as an effective way to reach a broader group of consumers and allow them to experience the history and spectacle of WWE.”

The free version of WWE Network is available now.

WWE has been shopping its pay-per-views to other streaming services. Thus far, there are no deals in place.