New AEW Show Set To Debut By July

AEW President Tony Khan

Speaking after Revolution, AEW President Tony Khan hinted that he would be open to adding more programming to the company schedule.

Khan’s comments came after the company announced the launch of a new reality TV show, AEW All Access.

This was followed by a report on March 11th that revealed Warner Bros Discovery and AEW were in negotiations over another hour of programming.

While there hasn’t been official confirmation from All Elite Wrestling, Dave Meltzer notes in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that the new show will likely debut before July.

“But the Saturday show is right now planned and unless something major changes it will be debuting at least by July if not earlier. Things are being kept quiet. It’s close enough to a done deal that the Regina news basically confirms it and the fact the change was just made this week also confirms that the close to finalization would have just recently come up. If it’s on TNT, there will be a lot of sports pre-emptions throughout the year.

On TBS, there will be some as well. Still, more programming is a good sign provided that there is a commensurate increase in rights fees for the new stuff.”

AEW All Access Coming March 29th

Back in February, Tony Khan and Adam Cole announced the launch of AEW All Access. The show will feature a behind-the-scenes look at life with Cole, Dr. Britt Baker, Sammy Guevara, Tay Melo, The Young Bucks, Saraya, Wardlow, Eddie Kingston, and Khan himself.

The show will premiere directly after Dynamite on March 29th.