AEW is going through a lot of changes, and that includes a new Collision show. Their reality television show will also be a part of this situation, but they’re finding a new home.

Click here for our complete coverage of the Warner Bros Discovery upfront presentations.

Starting May 23, HBO Max will become Max, an enhanced streaming service that will also offer original content. Max will serve as the destination for HBO Originals, Warner Bros. films, Max Originals, the DC universe, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, a wide selection of kids and family programming, and top-quality shows from various genres like food, home, reality, lifestyle, and documentaries from renowned brands such as HGTV, Food Network, Adult Swim, Cartoon Network, Discovery Channel, TLC, ID, and more. All of this content will be consolidated into one convenient platform.

Max will refresh its library with fresh content, averaging over 40 new titles and seasons each month. AEW All Access will be included in that ongoing content.


When Max launches on May 23rd, fans will be able to find AEW Access in a new home. On June 9th, the show will begin streaming on the newly named platform.

Upcoming programming coming to Max early this summer includes the highly anticipated HBO Original drama series The Idol (6/4), a new season of HBO Original The Righteous Gemstones (6/18); HBO Original documentaries The Stroll (6/21) and Rock Hudson: All That Heaven Allowed (6/28); and HBO Original comedy special John Early: Now More Than Ever (6/17); new Max Original series Downey’s Dream Cars (6/22); new seasons of Max Original series Warrior (6/29), Discovery’s Ghost Adventures (5/31), TNT’s AEW All Access (6/9), and HGTV’s Battle on the Beach (6/4); a new season of Cartoon Network’s We Baby Bears (6/18) and TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days (6/4); and theatrical hits including Avatar: The Way of Water (6/7) and Magic Mike’s Last Dance (6/2).

AEW talent was not invited to the Warner Bros Discovery upfront presentations, but the company was still big focus during the event at The Theater at Madison Square Garden. The company’s new television show, Collision, was announced. Now fans have another show to watch every week, and it will block off two live hours of television every Saturday.

AEW also scheduled a mandatory meeting before Dynamite this week. Obviously, the company could have lot to talk about when talent show up to Dynamite tonight. This is especially true with an expected roster split. We have to wonder if AEW plans to address the future of AEW Access during that meeting as well.

What’s your take on AEW Access getting a new home? Do you ever watch the show? Sound off in the comments!

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