WWE has revealed the next round of new content heading to the WWE Network this month.
As well as all of the usual action from Raw, SmackDown, NXT and the upcoming pay-per-view Hell In A Cell and NXT Takeover, there’s a whole list of new (and old) programming heading our way.
— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) October 1, 2020
WWE Story Time is returning for Season 4 on October 9 on the free version of the WWE Network. As confirmed during his recent appearance on The Broken Skull Sessions with ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler will be taking up narration duties, after the passing of ‘Mene’ Gene Okerlund last year. The new season will include appearances from WWE legends, Bret Hart, Big Show, Christian and Mark Henry, as well as top Superstars from today, including AJ Styles, Kevin Owens, Ruby Riott, Xavier Woods and more.
Other new, original content on the way includes a highly anticipated WWE Chronicle on Bayley and ‘WWE The Day Of’ episodes covering the 2016 Draft and Clash of Champions 2020.
To celebrate Halloween, The Boogyman will be looking back at WWE’s scariest moments. While celebrations also get underway for the 30th anniversary of the debut of The Undertaker. With a new WWE Untold episode looking back at The Deadman’s match with Randy Orton, and First Look: Undertaker – 30 Days Of The Deadman.
This Sunday the latest WWE 24 will also premiere, titled Drew McIntyre: The Chosen One. You can read our own take on the rise of the current WWE Champion here.
Alongside all of that new network content, WWE will also be releasing 10 more episodes of Superstars. The current run of shows left off on 22nd May 1993.