AEW is making big plans for the future, but that will also call for a bit of change along the way. Fans already have enough AEW content to watch, but as the company prepares to unveil another show, they are nixing two of their currently running programs.

Andrew Zarian reports that AEW is cancelling their two Dark shows, AEW Dark and AEW Dark Elevation, for a very good reason. This might disappoint some fans who liked watching AEW on YouTube, but the company has bigger plans.

The company is set to announce a new Saturday show very soon, and part of that deal is that all AEW content must be exclusive to Warner Bros Discovery. That meant their two Dark shows couldn’t continue.

AEW Dark and Dark Elevation have ended for the time being.


This in part has to do with AEW signing a new deal for AEW Collision to air on Saturdays.

Part of the new deal is that AEW Wrestling content will exclusively air on WBD. As of today, this doesn’t include ROH.

Fans might miss AEW’s two weekly YouTube shows, but all of that content certainly did a lot to beef up AEW’s library. They also captured some good action and entertained a lot of people in the process.

AEW’s new Saturday show will be a big change for the company, and it will give fans another show to watch. AEW Rampage is going to keep going on, but their two Dark shows had to go away.

What’s your take on AEW nixing their two Dark shows? Did you ever watch their YouTube series? Sound off in the comments!

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