This is a list of AEW Dynamite special episodes, detailing all professional wrestling television special cards promoted on AEW Dynamite by All Elite Wrestling (AEW).

On May 8, 2019, AEW reached a new media rights deal with British media company ITV to broadcast their shows on ITV4 with repeats on ITV1.[1] On May 15, 2019, AEW and Warner Bros. Discovery announced a deal for a weekly prime-time show airing live on TNT and would also stream live events and pay-per-views on Bleacher Report in the United States and Canada.[2][3][4] On September 25, 2019, AEW announced an international streaming deal with FITE TV primarily for regions outside of the United States and Canada via the "AEW Plus" package, which includes live streaming and replay access of Dynamite in simulcast with its U.S. airing.[5] In Canada, Bell Media's TSN acquired broadcast rights to Dynamite, marking the return of professional wrestling to the network after WWE Raw moved to rival network The Score (now Sportsnet 360) in 2006. The show is broadcast in simulcast with TNT in the U.S. (but is subject to scheduling) and is streamed on TSN Direct as well as TSN's website.[6] In the U.S., Dynamite moved to TNT's sister channel TBS on January 5, 2022.

Special episodes

2019

Episode Date Venue Location Rating
(18–49)
U.S. viewers
(million)
Notes
Debut episode[7] October 2, 2019 (2019-10-02) Capital One Arena Washington, D.C. 0.68[8] 1.409[8] First professional wrestling program to air on TNT since the final episode of WCW Monday Nitro on March 26, 2001.
Halloween episode[9] October 30, 2019 (2019-10-30) Charleston Coliseum Charleston, West Virginia 0.33[10] 0.759[10] Halloween and Rick and Morty themed episode.
Thanksgiving episode[11] November 27, 2019 (2019-11-27) Sears Centre Arena Hoffman Estates, Illinois 0.26[12] 0.663[12] Special Thanksgiving themed episode.

2020

Episode Date Venue Location Rating
(18–49)
U.S. viewers
(million)
Notes
Homecoming[13] January 1, 2020 (2020-01-01) Daily's Place Jacksonville, Florida 0.36[14] 0.967[14] New Year's Day special episode and inaugural Homecoming event.
Anniversary Edition[15] January 8, 2020 (2020-01-08) Landers Center Southaven, Mississippi 0.36[16] 0.947[16] Celebrated the company's first anniversary of their inaugural press conference.
Bash at the Beach[17] January 15, 2020 (2020-01-15) Watsco Center Coral Gables, Florida 0.38[18] 0.940[18] The first part of a two-week special episode.
January 22, 2020 (2020-01-22) Norwegian Pearl Nassau, Bahamas 0.35[19] 0.871[19] Taped on January 21, 2020, aboard the Norwegian Pearl as part of Chris Jericho's Rock 'N' Wrestling Rager at Sea.
Fyter Fest[20] July 1, 2020 (2020-07-01) Daily's Place Jacksonville, Florida 0.29[21] 0.742[21] Second annual Fyter Fest event and the first part of a two-week special episode.
July 8, 2020 (2020-07-08) 0.28[22] 0.715[22] Taped on July 2, 2020.
Fight for the Fallen July 15, 2020 (2020-07-15)[23] 0.29[24] 0.788[24] Second annual Fight for the Fallen event.
Tag Team Appreciation Night[25] August 12, 2020 0.32[26] 0.792[26] Tag team themed special episode hosted by FTR.
Saturday Night Dynamite August 22, 2020 0.31[27] 0.755[27] Taped on August 13, 2020. Saturday airing of Dynamite (due to 2020 NBA playoffs).[28] First Saturday night professional wrestling show on a Turner network since the end of WCW Saturday Night on August 19, 2000.
Thursday Night Dynamite August 27, 2020 0.29[29] 0.813[29] Thursday airing of Dynamite (due to 2020 NBA playoffs).[28] First AEW live event with ticketed fans since March 11, 2020.[30]
Late Night Dynamite[31] September 22, 2020 0.26[32] 0.585[32] Taped on September 10, 2020. Tuesday airing of Dynamite. One-hour special episode.[33]
Chris Jericho's 30th Anniversary Celebration[34] October 7, 2020 0.31[35] 0.753[35] Celebrated the 30th anniversary of Chris Jericho's professional wrestling debut.
Anniversary Show[36] October 14, 2020 0.30[37] 0.826[37] Celebrated the first anniversary of Dynamite.
Winter Is Coming[38] December 2, 2020 0.42[39] 0.913[39] Inaugural Winter Is Coming event. Working relationship with Impact Wrestling established.
Holiday Bash December 23, 2020[40] 0.32[41] 0.775[41] Taped on December 17, 2020. Christmas special episode. Inaugural Holiday Bash event.
Brodie Lee Celebration of Life[42] December 30, 2020 0.40[43] 0.977[43] In memory of Brodie Lee, who died on December 26, 2020. Featured segments with fellow performers paying tribute to Lee, and matches honoring Lee and his faction The Dark Order.

2021

Episode Date Venue Location Rating
(18–49)
U.S. viewers
(million)
Notes
New Year's Smash January 6, 2021[40][a] Daily's Place Jacksonville, Florida 0.25[44] 0.662[44] The first part of a two-week New Year's special episode. Inaugural New Year's Smash event.
January 13, 2021[40][a] 0.30[45] 0.762[45] Taped on January 7, 2021.
Beach Break[46] February 3, 2021 0.32[47] 0.844[47] Inaugural Beach Break event.

Featured the wedding of Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford.

The Crossroads[48] March 3, 2021 0.33[49] 0.934[49] Special appearances by Conrad Thompson, Eric Bischoff, Atsushi Onita, and J. J. Dillon.
St. Patrick's Day Slam[50] March 17, 2021 0.28[51] 0.768[51] Taped on March 11, 2021. Saint Patrick's Day special episode. Featured the first Dynamite women's main event match. Inaugural St. Patrick's Day Slam event.
Blood & Guts[52] May 5, 2021 0.42[53] 1.090[53] Featured the first-ever Blood and Guts match. It was the first time Dynamite ranked #1 on cable in the 18–49 key demographic. Inaugural Blood & Guts event.[54]
Friday Night Dynamite May 28, 2021 0.20[55] 0.526[55] Friday airing of Dynamite (due to 2021 NBA playoffs). Go-home show for Double or Nothing.[56]
June 4, 2021 0.19[57] 0.462[57] Friday airing of Dynamite (due to 2021 NBA playoffs).
June 11, 2021 0.19[58] 0.487[58] Taped on June 5, 2021. Friday airing of Dynamite (due to 2021 NBA playoffs).
June 18, 2021 0.20[59] 0.552[59] Taped on June 6, 2021. Friday airing of Dynamite (due to TNT coverage of the 2021 NBA playoffs).
Saturday Night Dynamite June 26, 2021 0.21[60] 0.649[60] Saturday airing of Dynamite (due to 2021 NBA playoffs).
Fan Appreciation Night June 30, 2021 0.35[61] 0.883[61] Dynamite's return to Wednesday nights; event was referred to as "Fan Appreciation Night" to in-venue attendees and "Wednesday Night Dynamite" to television viewers.[62] Was the final event emanating from Jacksonville, Florida, during AEW's 14 month COVID-19 residency.[63]
Road Rager[64] July 7, 2021 James L. Knight Center Miami, Florida 0.33[65] 0.871[65] AEW's first live touring event since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the inaugural Road Rager event.
Fyter Fest[64] July 14, 2021 H-E-B Center at Cedar Park Cedar Park, Texas 0.40[66] 1.025[66] Third annual Fyter Fest event and the first part of a two-week special episode. Featured AEW's first-ever Coffin match.
July 21, 2021 Curtis Culwell Center Garland, Texas 0.44[67] 1.148[67] Second part of the third annual Fyter Fest event.

Special appearance by New Japan Pro-Wrestling's Hikuleo

Fight for the Fallen[64] July 28, 2021 Bojangles Coliseum Charlotte, North Carolina 0.45[68] 1.108[68] Third annual Fight for the Fallen event.
Homecoming[69] August 4, 2021 Daily's Place Jacksonville, Florida 0.46[70] 1.102[70] Second annual Homecoming event.
Grand Slam[71] September 22, 2021 Arthur Ashe Stadium Queens, New York 0.48[72] 1.273[72] Took place at Arthur Ashe Stadium. It was Dynamite's first stadium show, AEW's New York City debut, and Part 1 of the inaugural Grand Slam event.
Anniversary Show October 6, 2021 Liacouras Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 0.37[73] 1.053[73] Celebrated the second anniversary of Dynamite.
Saturday Night Dynamite October 16, 2021 James L. Knight Center Miami, Florida 0.28[74] 0.727[74] Saturday airing of Dynamite (due to TNT coverage of the 2021–22 NHL season).
October 23, 2021 Addition Financial Arena Orlando, Florida 0.22[75] 0.575[75] Saturday airing of Dynamite (due to TNT coverage of the 2021–22 NHL season).
Thanksgiving episode November 24, 2021 Wintrust Arena Chicago, Illinois 0.31[76] 0.898[76] Thanksgiving themed episode of Dynamite.
MJF's Long Island Homecoming[77] December 8, 2021 UBS Arena Elmont, New York 0.33[78] 0.872[78] Toom place at the UBS Arena and was AEW's Long Island debut.
Winter Is Coming December 15, 2021 Curtis Culwell Center Garland, Texas 0.31[79] 0.948[79] Second annual Winter Is Coming event.
Holiday Bash[80] December 22, 2021 Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, North Carolina 0.37[81] 1.020[81] Part 1 of the second annual Holiday Bash event. It was heavily advertised as Sting's return to Greensboro; the location of his first ever World Title match at 1988's Clash of the Champions[82] Show featured Sting's and CM Punk's first main event match in AEW history.
New Year's Smash December 29, 2021 Daily's Place Jacksonville, Florida 0.37[83] 0.975[83] Part 1 of the second New Year's Smash event held as part of AEW's annual year-end party for talent and staff in Jacksonville.
Final Dynamite on TNT before the move to TBS.

2022

Episode Date Venue Location Rating
(18–49)
U.S. viewers
(million)
Notes
Dynamite's TBS Premiere January 5, 2022 Prudential Center Newark, New Jersey 0.43[84] 1.010[84] Debut episode of Dynamite on its new home network of TBS, and the first professional wrestling program to air on TBS since the final episode of WCW Thunder on March 21, 2001.[85]
Beach Break[87] January 26, 2022 Wolstein Center Cleveland, Ohio 0.41[88] 1.100[89] Part 1 of the second annual Beach Break.

Featured the debut of Danhausen in AEW

St. Patrick's Day Slam March 16, 2022 Freeman Coliseum San Antonio, Texas 0.38[90] 0.993[90] Second annual St. Patrick's Day Slam.

Featured the Hardy Boyz in their first ever AEW tag team match

Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D.'s women's championship reign ended at 290 days at this event.

Wild Card Wednesday May 18, 2022 Fertitta Center Houston, Texas 0.33 0.922 Featured the Quarterfinals and Semifinals of the Men's and Women's of the Owen Hart Cup Tournament.
AEW's 3 Year Anniversary May 25, 2022 Michelob Ultra Arena Paradise, Nevada 0.35 0.929 Celebrated AEW's third anniversary
Road Rager June 15, 2022 Chaifetz Arena St. Louis, Missouri 0.28 0.761 Part 1 of the second annual Road Rager event featuring
Blood & Guts June 29, 2022 Little Caesars Arena Detroit, Michigan 0.36 1.023 Second annual Blood & Guts featuring:
Fyter Fest July 13, 2022 Enmarket Arena Savannah, Georgia 0.32 0.942 Fourth annual Fyter Fest event and the first part of a two-week special episode.
July 20, 2022 Gas South Arena Duluth, Georgia 0.32 0.910 Fourth annual Fyter Fest event and the second part of a two-week special episode.
Fight for the Fallen July 27, 2022 DCU Center Worcester, Massachusetts 0.33 0.976 Part 1 of the fourth annual Fight for the Fallen event.
Quake by the Lake August 10, 2022 Target Center Minneapolis Minnesota 0.33 0.972 Featuring
House of the Dragon August 17, 2022 Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center Charleston, West Virginia 0.30 0.957 Special House of the Dragon themed episode
Grand Slam September 21, 2022 Arthur Ashe Stadium Queens, New York 0.35 1.039 Part 1 of the second annual Grand Slam event.
Dynamite's 3 Year Anniversary October 5, 2022 Entertainment and Sports Arena Washington, D.C. 0.33 1.038 Celebrated Dynamite's third anniversary with a 15-minute overrun
Title Tuesday Dynamite October 18, 2022 Heritage Bank Center Cincinnati, Ohio 0.26 0.752 Tuesday airing of Dynamite (due to TBS' coverage of the ALCS)
Thanksgiving episode November 23, 2022 Wintrust Arena Chicago, Illinois 0.32 0.880 Thanksgiving themed episode of Dynamite.
Winter Is Coming December 14, 2022 Curtis Culwell Center Garland, Texas 0.33 0.950 Third annual Winter Is Coming event.
Holiday Bash December 21, 2022 Freeman Coliseum San Antonio, Texas 0.30 0.957 Third annual Holiday Bash event.
New Year's Smash December 28, 2022 1stBank Center Broomfield, Colorado 0.28 0.876 Third annual New Year's Smash event.

2023

Episode Date Venue Location Rating
(18–49)
U.S. viewers
(million)
Notes
Championship Fight Night February 8, 2023 El Paso County Coliseum El Paso, Texas 0.30 0.899 Featured two championships matches and two Championship Eliminator matches.
Blood & Guts July 19, 2023 TD Garden Boston, Massachusetts 0.34 0.953 Third annual Blood & Guts, featuring a championship match, the finals of the Blind Eliminator Tag Team Tournament, and the Blood and Guts match
Dynamite 200 August 2, 2023 Yuengling Center Tampa, Florida 0.31 0.894 Celebrated the 200th episode of Dynamite
Fight for the Fallen August 16, 2023 Bridgestone Arena Nashville, Tennessee 0.32 0.874 Part 1 of the fifth annual Fight for the Fallen event.
Fyter Fest August 23, 2023 Gas South Arena Duluth, Georgia 0.32 0.870 Part 1 of the fifth annual Fyter Fest event.
Grand Slam September 20, 2023 Arthur Ashe Stadium Queens, New York 0.36 0.984 Part 1 of the third annual Grand Slam event.
Dynamite's 4 Year Anniversary October 4, 2023 Stockton Arena Stockton, California 0.28 0.800 Celebrated Dynamite's fourth anniversary.
Title Tuesday October 10, 2023 Cable Dahmer Arena Independence, Missouri 0.26 0.609 Tuesday airing of Dynamite, which featured the AEW in-ring debut of Adam Copeland (formerly known as Edge in WWE).
Thanksgiving Eve Dynamite November 22, 2023 Wintrust Arena Chicago, Illinois 0.26 0.845 Thanksgiving themed episode of Dynamite.
Winter Is Coming December 13, 2023 College Park Center Arlington, Texas 0.30 0.845 Part 1 of the fourth annual Winter Is Coming event.
Holiday Bash December 20, 2023 Paycom Center Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 0.26 0.782 Part 1 of the fourth annual Holiday Bash event.
New Year's Smash December 27, 2023 Addition Financial Arena Orlando, Florida 0.31 0.843 Part 1 of the fourth New Year's Smash event.

2024

Episode Date Venue Location Rating
(18–49)
U.S. viewers
(million)
Notes
Homecoming January 10, 2024 Daily's Place Jacksonville, Florida 0.29 0.797 Part 1 of the third Homecoming event.
Big Business March 13, 2024 TD Garden Boston, Massachusetts 0.27 0.801 Featured the AEW debut of Mercedes Moné.

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b Night 1 was originally scheduled to air on December 30, 2020 with Night 2 on January 6, 2021, but the event was delayed for the Brodie Lee Celebration of Life.
  2. ^ At the time of this match, the identities of both team members were unknown, but they were revealed as Matt Taven and Mike Bennett at Worlds End on December 30.
  3. ^ Samoa Joe was originally scheduled to team with MJF to defend the title in place of an injured Adam Cole, but Joe appeared to have been attacked by The Devil's Masked Men before the match, which was later revealed to have been a ruse as Joe attacked MJF after the match.

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