WWE Evil Series to Stream Exclusively on Peacock

By Ipsita Kabiraj / March 14, 2022

NBCU's Peacock streaming service will exclusively air WWE Evil, a docuseries created and hosted by 16-time World Heavyweight Champion John Cena, who will also narrate the eight-part documentary that will take a look inside the minds of WWE's most iconic villains. The show is the first original series from WWE Studios and will launch on March 24.

"As Peacock continues to expand its WWE programming, we are thrilled to bring the new original series ‘WWE Evil’ to the platform, working with the one and only John Cena," Vice President of Entertainment Unscripted Content at NBCUniversal Television and Streaming Benny Reuven said. He said Cena is the best person to take the viewers on this journey. "We can’t wait for WWE fans to devour this series," he added.

Among the stars featured in the WWE Evil series are Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Paul Heyman, Randy Orton, Sasha Banks, and Roman Reigns. Each hour-long episode will give the audience a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes, the history of each villain, their rivalries, special moments, and how these performers have impacted and shaped mainstream pop culture.

In the US, WWE will exclusively stream on Peacock. Apart from premium live events, this service offers an impressive list of WWE content, including iconic historical moments and events. The addition of WWE Evil will further expand the WWE Network content on the streaming platform.

During the company's fourth-quarter earnings call, WWE President Nick Khan noted that 3.5 million subscribers had watched WWE programming on Peacock. Last year, both the companies signed a five-year contract worth $1 billion.

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