One of the most anticipated WWE projects of the year WWE Evil, now has a premiere date. John Cena announced the release date on Twitter as he shared the upcoming show’s trailer.
WWE Evil is set to premiere on Peacock on March 24. The series will give viewers insight into several villainous characters in WWE including, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Paul Heyman, Randy Orton, Sasha Banks, Roman Reigns and many more.
The interview shots of the aforementioned WWE Superstars talking about their characters were featured in the trailer. The show will focus on the same for the eight-part original series.
The eight-part documentary series is created and hosted by John Cena. The series also marks the latest expansion of WWE programming on Peacock and the first-ever original from WWE Studios.
John Cena wrote on Twitter as he announced the premiere date for WWE Evil:
For heroes to be heroes, we need villains. For triumph to feel triumphant, we need struggle. For good to overcome … there must be evil.
See this 8-part series showcasing @WWE’s most villainous characters.
The eight parts of the series are one hour each. Every episode dives deep into a single infamous heel, revealing rare behind-the-scenes detail from their run in the company and the everlasting impact they left on sports entertainment.
Check out the teaser below.