AEW has gradually increased the frequency of their annual events, with the recent additions of WrestleDream and All In London this year. 2024 will be a much busier time for AEW fans, because the company is amping up their schedule.

AEW has a television agreement in place with Warner Bros. Discovery. That deal involves Dynamite on TBS, with Rampage and Collision on TNT, while their pay-per-view events are broadcast on Bleacher Report.

Speculation has arisen regarding the possibility of AEW making its content available on the Max streaming service. Earlier, there were rumors of All In being streamed on Max, although the technical readiness for such a move was not in place for the event.

Andrew Zarian of the Mat Men Podcast has reported that AEW plans to expand its PPV calendar to include 12 events per year, and AEW content will be accessible on the Max streaming service as part of their ongoing developments.


“I feel confident to say that AEW will be on Max in 2024 and AEW will expand its PPV Schedule to 12 a year.”

AEW and Warner Bros. Discovery are engaged in extensive negotiations to extend their television rights agreement. In July, it was disclosed that Warner Bros. Discovery was interested in AEW expanding its PPV schedule.

We will have to see what AEW adds to their schedule, because this could certainly change how their fans watch the shows. A subscription to MAX might also be cheaper than shelling out $50 per event as well.

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