WWE content has been on multiple streaming services for the past several years. Due to this, not everyone can actually get to see their content because of various streaming issues.

As previously reported, all WWE content on Hulu was supposed to be pulled on Saturday, September 25th because the deal for next-day rights for Raw & SmackDown will expire. Other WWE shows such as NXT, Main Event, Total Divas, and Total Bellas are in the mix to be pulled too.

According to PWInsider, most of the WWE content on Hulu is now listed as expiring this Tuesday, instead of being pulled on the aforementioned date.

The majority of the WWE content on Hulu is now listed as expiring this Tuesday as the two sides are still in discussions on a new deal.


Initially, the content was slated to expire today

Hulu is primarily owned by Disney and NBCUniversal owns the remaining stake. Both Disney and NBCUniversal are partners with WWE to varying degrees. WWE has been in a business relationship with Hulu since 2012, but that’s likely ending.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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