AEW and WBD have demonstrated lot of synergy, with several AEW events sporting WBD show branding. WBD frequently mentions AEW ratings in press releases as well. Everything continues to look fantastic for Warner Bros. Discovery and All Elite Wrestling.
All Elite Wrestling talent and staff were recently notified that AEW was planning to develop a documentary series that would highlight the backstage activities of a number of AEW athletes. According to a report from Fightful Select, the talent had the choice to decline participation in the documentary. Beginning in November at the Baltimore AEW Dynamite, filming will last six weeks until the December 14 AEW tapings in Garland, Texas.
AEW talent and staff were informed this past week that AEW set to produce a documentary show that will focus on the behind the scenes aspect of a group of All Elite Wrestling talent. We’re told that talent were given the option to not be involved in the documentary. Filming is set to start in November at the Baltimore AEW Dynamite, and run six weeks through the AEW tapings in Garland, Texas on December 14.
Tony Khan will serve as an executive producer for the show, with Sam Berns, Executive Producer of Shed Media helping out as well. The production is in collaboration with both Shed media and Warner Bros. Discovery, the latter of which airs AEW Dynamite and Rampage weekly.
Those that we spoke to say the show will air in 2023.
Along with Sam Berns, Executive Producer of Shed Media, Tony Khan will serve as the show’s executive producer. The project is a joint effort between Warner Bros. Discovery, which airs AEW Dynamite and Rampage on a weekly basis, and Shed Media.
The performance of AEW continues to please Warner Bros. Discovery. According to those Fightful Select spoke with, the show will premiere in 2023. Stay tuned to Ringside News for the latest news and updates.
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