’30 Days Of The Deadman’ Celebration Announced By WWE

30 Days of the Deadman

WWE has announced a month-long celebration to commemorate 30 years of the Deadman, The Undertaker, with 30 days of content on the WWE Network and WWE’s social platforms.

The 30 days will begin on Sunday, October 25th and build up to the 30th anniversary of The Deadman’s Survivor Series debut.

WWE Network’s 30 Days of The Deadman will feature a month of original programming dedicated to The Undertaker, with a new documentary released every Sunday.

The finale of the series sees The Undertaker return to Stone Cold Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions on the 30th anniversary of his debut – Sunday, November 22nd.

WWE posted the below statement on WWE.com:

“Commemorate the 30-year anniversary of The Undertaker’s WWE debut with 30 Days of The Deadman, a monthlong celebration that begins Sunday, Oct. 25, on the award-winning WWE Network and all WWE digital and social platforms.”

“WWE was forever changed on Nov. 22, 1990, when the funeral dirge signaling The Undertaker’s arrival rang out for the very first time at Survivor Series. Since then, The Phenom has etched one unforgettable moment after another, carving a legacy in sports-entertainment that has no rival.”

The programming schedule was first revealed by Variety, and is available below.

  • WWE Untold: The Phenom and The Legend Killer – Sunday, Oct. 25
  • Meeting Mark Calaway – Sunday, Nov. 1
  • The Mortician: The Story of Paul Bearer – Sunday, Nov. 8
  • Brothers of Destruction – Sunday, Nov. 15
  • “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions: The Undertaker – Sunday, Nov. 22