The following is a list of all WWE television programs. It also includes programming produced under the Capitol Wrestling Corporation (CWC), World Wide Wrestling Federation (WWWF), World Wrestling Federation (WWF), and World Wrestling Entertainment banners. WWE airs multiple television programs all over the world in a wide-range of mediums, including on pay-per-view, on video on demand services, and via the web. WWE's three flagship programs are Raw, SmackDown, and NXT.

Current television programming

In-ring shows

Premium Live Events (1985–present)

Main article: List of WWE pay-per-view and WWE Network events

From 2022, the WWE began using the term "premium live event" for its pay-per-views airing on traditional PPV and its WWE Network over-the-top streaming service. The Premium Live Events WWE hold currently are:

Month Name First held
Multiple times a year WWE in Saudi Arabia 2018
January Royal Rumble 1988
February NXT Vengeance Day 2001
Elimination Chamber 2010
March/April NXT Stand & Deliver 2021
WrestleMania 1985
May Backlash 1999
June Hell in a Cell 2009
NXT In Your House 1995
July Money in the Bank 2010
August SummerSlam 1988
September Extreme Rules 2009
October NXT Halloween Havoc 2020
November Survivor Series 1987
December NXT Deadline 2022

Raw (1993–present)

Main article: WWE Raw

WWE Raw, also referred to as Monday Night Raw is WWE's main weekly Monday night wrestling program. It currently airs on the USA Network in the United States.

SmackDown (1999–present)

Main article: WWE SmackDown

WWE SmackDown, also referred to as Friday Night SmackDown is a weekly program that debuted in 1999. It currently airs on the Fox network in the US.

Tribute to the Troops (2003–present)

Main article: WWE Tribute to the Troops

WWE Tribute to the Troops is an annual event and television series produced by WWE.

NXT (2010–present)

Main article: WWE NXT

WWE NXT is a weekly television program broadcast that airs Tuesdays on the USA Network.

Main Event (2012–present)

Main article: WWE Main Event

WWE Main Event is a weekly television show produced by WWE.

NXT Level Up (2022–present)

Main article: WWE NXT Level Up

NXT Level Up is a weekly television show produced by WWE.[1]

Studio shows

Free for All (1996–present)

Main article: WWE Free for All

Free For All is a monthly studio television show produced by WWE.

Bottom Line (2002–present)

Main article: WWE Bottom Line

Bottom Line is a weekly studio television show produced by WWE.

Afterburn (2002–present)

Main article: WWE Afterburn

Afterburn is a weekly studio television show produced by WWE.

Vintage (2008–present)

Main article: WWE Vintage

Vintage is a weekly studio television show produced by WWE.

This Week in WWE (2009–present)

Main article: This Week in WWE (TV show)

This Week in WWE is a weekly studio show produced by WWE.

Wal3ooha (2017–present)

Main article: WWE Wal3ooha

Wal3ooha is a weekly studio show produced by WWE for the Middle East and North Africa market.

Sunday Dhamaal (2017–present)

Sunday Dhamaal is a weekly studio show produced by WWE for the Indian market.

Blockbusters (2020–present)

Blockbusters is a daily studio show produced by WWE for the Indian market.[2]

Dhamaal League (2020–present)

Dhamaal League is a daily studio show produced by WWE for the Indian market.[3]

Other shows

Miz & Mrs. (2018–present)

Main article: Miz & Mrs.

Miz & Mrs. is a seasonal reality television show televised on the USA Network featuring The Miz and Maryse.

Biography: WWE Legends (2021–present)

Main article: Biography: WWE Legends

Biography: WWE Legends is a television series produced by WWE and A&E.

WWE's Most Wanted Treasures (2021–present)

Main article: WWE's Most Wanted Treasures

WWE's Most Wanted Treasures is a television series produced by WWE and A&E.

Evil (2022–present)

Hosted by John Cena, WWE Evil is an eight-part docuseries on Peacock that examines WWE villains.[4]

Rivals (2022–present)

Main article: WWE Rivals

Hosted by Freddie Prinze Jr., WWE Rivals is a round table discussion featuring WWE Legends and Superstars examining the most iconic rivalries in WWE.[5]

Smack Talk (2022–present)

Hosts Booker T, Jackie Redmond, and Peter Rosenberg discuss the latest episodes of Biography: WWE Legends and WWE Rivals.[6]

Former television programming

In-ring shows

Heavyweight Wrestling (1956–1971)

Main article: Heavyweight Wrestling

The very first programming produced by the Capitol Wrestling Corporation, the WWWF's immediate predecessor, was Heavyweight Wrestling. The show involved wrestlers of low card to main event status. Following an episode's final match, the ring announcers informed viewers about next week's matches. Most of the events were held in District of Columbia's National Arena. Ray Morgan did the commentary for the show and "Friendly" Bob Freed and "Smiling" Sam Mason served as ring announcers. Usually the main events involved WWWF Champion Bruno Sammartino retaining his title. The show ended in September of 1971 and was replaced by All-Star Wrestling.

All-Star Wrestling (1971–1986)

All-Star Wrestling was a WWF promotional show that featured enhancement matches and interviews that were designed to further featured talent. The show was taped at the Hamburg Fieldhouse in Hamburg, Pennsylvania. The show replaced Heavyweight Wrestling from Washington DC. All-Star Wrestling ran from October 2, 1971 through August 30, 1986, when it was replaced by the new program Wrestling Challenge. Challenge was the "B" show of the WWF's syndicated programming, behind Superstars. Typically, the show comprised matches with play-by-play from Vince McMahon, with occasional assistance from Lord Alfred Hayes and Pat Patterson; it was later hosted by Gorilla Monsoon and Jesse Ventura. From 1982 until 1984, the theme of All-Star Wrestling was "Gemini Dream" by The Moody Blues. From 1984 to 1986, the theme was David Bowie's "Modern Love".

Championship Wrestling (1971–1986)

Main article: WWF Championship Wrestling

Championship Wrestling is one of the original TV shows of the World Wrestling Federation. It included all the stars of the WWF, interviews and championship matches. The show lasted from 1971 until August 1986 and was the flagship of the WWF's programming until it was replaced by Superstars of Wrestling. In 1984, the show used "Thriller" by Michael Jackson as its opening theme. The host and announcer was Vince McMahon, often joined by a co-host.

WWF on MSG Network (1976–1997)

Main article: WWF on MSG Network

WWF on MSG Network is a monthly television special that aired live from Madison Square Garden on the MSG Network from August 7, 1976 to March 16, 1997.

All American Wrestling (1983–1994)

Main article: WWF All American Wrestling

WWF All American Wrestling is a cable television program that was a predecessor to Tuesday Night Titans and Saturday Night's Main Event, originally filling the 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time slot on Sundays vacated by the cancellation of Southwest Championship Wrestling. The show ran from September 4, 1983 to October 16, 1994 on the USA Network. After it was canceled in 1994, it was replaced by Action Zone.

World Championship Wrestling (1984–1985)

Main article: WCW Saturday Night

See also: Black Saturday (professional wrestling)

World Championship Wrestling is a television program that was produced by WWF that aired on Superstation WTBS from 1984 to 1985. The show took over the time slot of Georgia Championship Wrestling's World Championship Wrestling program that had been broadcasting on WTBS for 12 years; the WWF had purchased a majority interest in GCW. Poor fan response to the use of match footage already broadcast elsewhere instead of new matches and the style of WWF programming led Turner to give other time slots to competing promotions, leading to strained relations between TBS and the WWF. The time slot and program name was eventually sold to Jim Crockett Promotions, who continued to use the World Championship Wrestling for the show name until 1988, when TBS itself bought the assets of JCP and used the name for the promotion World Championship Wrestling.

Maple Leaf Wrestling (1984–1986)

Main article: Maple Leaf Wrestling

Maple Leaf Wrestling is a television program that was produced by WWF that aired exclusively in Canada. The show came into creation after the WWF's takeover of the then-NWA-affiliated Maple Leaf Wrestling promotion. The show was discontinued in 1986 and the Maple Leaf Wrestling name was used by the WWF for Canadian airings of WWF Superstars of Wrestling, with modifications made to conform with Canadian content requirements.

Saturday Night's Main Event (1985–1992; 2006–2008)

Main article: Saturday Night's Main Event

Saturday Night's Main Event aired occasionally from 1985 to 1992, under the World Wrestling Federation banner on NBC in place of Saturday Night Live. The show was relaunched in 2006 and continued to air until 2008. During its second run, it was also broadcast on ESPN Radio. At the time of the original airing it was a rare example of professional wrestling being broadcast on an over-the-air commercial Free television network after the 1950s. It coincided with and contributed to the apogee of the "second golden age" of professional wrestling in the United States. In a time when weekly programming consisted primarily of established stars dominating enhancement talent, Saturday Night's Main Event was made up entirely of star vs. star matches. After leaving NBC in 1991, it aired twice on Fox in 1992 before disappearing. Saturday Night's Main Event was revived in 2006 as a "special series" to air on occasion on NBC as part of a deal between WWE and NBCUniversal.

Prime Time Wrestling (1985–1993)

Main article: WWF Prime Time Wrestling

WWF Prime Time Wrestling aired on the USA Network from 1985 to 1993. A precursor to Monday Night Raw, Prime Time Wrestling was a two-hour-long, weekly program that included stars of the World Wrestling Federation. The program comprised wrestling matches (most of which were compiled from the WWF's syndicated programs of the era, combined with "house show" matches from venues such as Madison Square Garden), interviews, promos by wrestlers, updates of current feuds and announcements of upcoming local and pay-per-view events.

Wrestling Challenge (1986–1995)

Main article: WWF Wrestling Challenge

WWF Wrestling Challenge aired from 1986 to August 1995 and was syndicated weekly.[7] The show premiered as WWF Wrestling Challenge and became simply known as WWF Challenge in 1995. The show comprised matches, pre-match interviews, enhancement talent matches, and occasionally, summarized weekly events in WWF programming. As with other syndicated WWF programming, the show promoted WWF event dates and house shows in local media markets.

Superstars of Wrestling (1986–2001)

Main article: WWF Superstars of Wrestling

WWF Superstars of Wrestling is a professional wrestling program that debuted on September 6, 1986 in syndication aired until 2001, by that time having moved to cable. Superstars, as it would later be known, was the flagship of the WWF's programming from its inception until being eclipsed by Monday Night Raw in 1993.

The Main Event (1988–1991)

Main article: WWF The Main Event

WWF The Main Event is a spin-off of the show WWF Saturday Night's Main Event and occasionally aired on NBC on Friday nights. Only the first three The Main Event episodes were shown live on NBC. The final two were taped and then shown on NBC at a later date.

Survivor Series Showdown (1989–1993)

Main article: Survivor Series Showdown

Survivor Series Showdown is a WWF series of special television programs that aired on the USA Network between 1989 and 1993. The show aired one week prior to the year's respective Survivor Series.

SummerSlam Spectacular (1991–1993)

Main article: SummerSlam Spectacular

SummerSlam Spectacular is a WWF series of special television programs that aired on the USA Network between 1991 and 1993. The show aired one week prior to the year's respective SummerSlam.

March to WrestleMania (1992–1994)

Main article: March to WrestleMania

March to WrestleMania is a WWF series of special television programs that aired on the USA Network between 1992 and 1994. The show aired one week prior to the year's respective WrestleMania.

Mania (1993–1996)

Main article: WWF Mania

WWF Mania is a WWF Saturday morning television program that aired on the USA Network between 1993 and 1996. The show recapped events that happened during the week in the WWF at the time and, in its earlier years, usually included an exclusive match.

Action Zone (1994–1996)

WWF Action Zone is a program that aired on the USA Network from October 23, 1994 to September 15, 1996 and was hosted by Todd Pettengill and Dok Hendrix. Originally the show comprised matches with top WWF talent but by the end of 1995, Action Zone became a Sunday morning highlights show highlighting both Monday Night Raw and Superstars of Wrestling. In 1996, Action Zone was canceled and replaced by Superstars, which had moved to USA Network from syndication.

Sunday Night Slam (1994–1995)

WWF Sunday Night Slam is a program by the WWF that aired Sunday nights on the USA Network.

Friday Night's Main Event (1997)

WWF Friday Night's Main Event aired on the USA Network when Raw was preempted on the weeks of August 29 and September 5 in 1997, due to USA's coverage of the US Open. This program averaged a low 1.5 rating.

Shotgun Saturday Night (1997–1999)

Main article: WWF Shotgun Saturday Night

WWF Shotgun Saturday Night aired between 1997 and 1999 and was a syndicated show that comprised matches with lower card wrestlers. Shotgun Saturday Night was replaced by WWF Jakked in 1999. As a notation, there were various versions of this show that floated around in different markets such as WWF Shotgun and WWF Shotgun Challenge, which were basically the same content just rearranged with different commentary (Shotgun Challenge being specific to the New York market). There were also three other shows with basically the same content, although camera angles, commentary, and local promos were different. Those being Canadian Superstars (hosted By Tom Prichard, Ray Rougeau and - briefly - Gorilla Monsoon), WWF New York (hosted by Vince Russo among others), and WWF 11:Alive.

Super Astros (1998–1999)

WWF Super Astros (English: WWF Superstars) is a Spanish-language television program produced by the WWF from 1998 to 1999. The show featured lower-card WWF superstars as well as competitors from Mexico and Japan.

Heat (1998–2008)

Main article: WWE Heat

Heat (formerly known as Sunday Night Heat) aired on USA Network, MTV and Spike TV in the United States, Channel 4 and Sky1 in the United Kingdom and CTV Sportsnet in Canada. It was most recently streamed on on Friday afternoons for North American viewers. However, the show was still televised internationally and showed in the United Kingdom on Sky Sports 3, Australia on Fox8, India on TEN Sports, Germany on Premiere Sport Portal, France on Action, Spain on Sportmania and C+ Deportes -both channels from Digital +, the Middle East on ShowSports4, the Philippines on Jack TV, and Japan on J SPORTS. The final episode was uploaded to on May 30, 2008.[8] The show was replaced internationally with WWE Vintage Collection, a program showing classic WWE matches.[9]

Jakked and Metal (1999–2002)

Main article: WWF Jakked/Metal

WWF Jakked and WWF Metal are television programs that were produced by the WWF. Both shows aired syndicated weekly from 1999 until 2002 and replaced Shotgun Saturday Night.

Velocity (2002–2006)

Main article: WWE Velocity

Premiering in 2002, Velocity became to the SmackDown brand what Heat was to the Raw brand. Velocity aired Saturday nights on Spike TV until 2005 and continued (like Heat) as a webcast on and continued airing on international broadcasters. Velocity ended its run in 2006.

A.M. Raw (2005–2014)

A.M. Raw was a one-hour, condensed version of WWE's flagship Monday Night Raw program that aired on Saturdays at 9:00am on the USA Network.[10] The show was cancelled in October 2014.[11]

ECW (2006–2010)

Main article: WWE ECW

ECW is a professional wrestling television program for WWE, based on the Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) promotion that lasted from 1992 to 2001. The show's name also referred to the ECW brand, in which WWE employees were assigned to work and perform, complementary to WWE's other brands, Raw and SmackDown. It debuted on June 13, 2006 on Sci Fi Channel in the United States and ran for close to four years until it aired its final episode on February 16, 2010 on the rebranded Syfy.

FCW (2008–2012)

Main article: FCW (TV series)

FCW is a professional wrestling television program for World Wrestling Entertainment and the flagship show of WWE's developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling. The program debuted on October 5, 2008[12] on the Bright House Sports Network and ran for nearly four years before airing it final episode on July 15, 2012.[13]

Superstars (2009–2016)

Main article: WWE Superstars

WWE Superstars is a professional wrestling television program that was produced by WWE, that originally aired on WGN America in the United States and later broadcast on the WWE Network. It debuted on April 16, 2009 and ended its domestic broadcasting after 398 episodes on November 25, 2016.

Saturday Morning Slam (2012–2013)

Main article: WWE Saturday Morning Slam

WWE Saturday Morning Slam is a professional wrestling television program by WWE that was catered to the children's demographic. Saturday Morning Slam aired on The CW Vortexx programming block on Saturday mornings, and was rated TV-G. As a result, moves that targeted the head or neck were banned. It was cancelled in 2013, airing its final episode on May 11, 2013.

205 Live (2016–2022)

Main article: WWE 205 Live

205 Live is a weekly show that aired on the WWE Network in the U.S. and on television internationally featuring WWE's cruiserweight division.

Mixed Match Challenge (2018)

Main article: WWE Mixed Match Challenge

Mixed Match Challenge is a seasonal show that features mixed tag team matches.

NXT UK (2018–2022)

Main article: NXT UK

NXT UK is a weekly show that aired on the WWE Network in the U.S. and on television internationally featuring WWE's United Kingdom-based brand.

Other shows

Tuesday Night Titans (1984–1986)

Main article: Tuesday Night Titans

Tuesday Night Titans (abbreviated TNT[14]) aired on the USA Network from 1984 to 1986 and was promoted as a variety show.

Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling (1985–1987)

Main article: Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling

Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling is an animated television series produced by the WWF and aired on CBS from September 14, 1985 to October 18, 1986, with reruns airing until June 27, 1987[15] The series was based on Hulk Hogan and various other WWF wrestlers.

Wrestling Spotlight (1986–1995)

WWF Wrestling Spotlight is syndicated from 1986 to 1995.[7] The show was hosted by various personalities including Vince McMahon, Lord Alfred Hayes, Sean Mooney, Ian Mooney, Miss Elizabeth, and Sensational Sherri generally from a studio or control room and consisted primarily of matches from other WWF programming.[7]

LiveWire (1996–2001)

Main article: WWF LiveWire

WWF LiveWire is a WWF television program that aired Saturday mornings on the USA Network from September 21, 1996 to September 23, 2000 and on TNN from September 29, 2000 to August 18, 2001.

Excess (2001–2002)

Excess is a wrestling talk (originally call-in) show that featured WWF guest superstars and divas.[16] It ran from August 25, 2001 through May 18, 2002, although the show was originally proposed to become a WCW relaunch show.[17]

It was originally hosted by Jonathan Coachman and Trish Stratus. Stratus, however, was replaced in late 2001 by Terri Runnels.[18] The program showed classic matches from the WWF's archives, many of which were often taken from viewer suggestions. Starting on the April 6, 2002 episode, the first hour of the show stayed under the Excess name, and was hosted by Michael Cole and Marc Lloyd, who presented an hour of SmackDown highlights and news. The second hour was renamed Late Night Excess and was presented by Coachman and Raven. That show featured Raw highlights, though it lasted only over a month as it was replaced by WWE Velocity and WWE Confidential later in 2002.

The show was named "Worst Television Show" at the 2001 Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards.

Tough Enough (2001–2015)

Main article: WWE Tough Enough

WWE Tough Enough is a professional wrestling reality television series produced by WWE, wherein participants undergo professional wrestling training and compete for a contract with WWE. The show followed a seasonal format and aired on multiple TV channels until its final season in 2015.[19]

Attitude (2001–2002)

Attitude is a magazine/highlight show that aired in Saturday prime time on The WB 100+ Station Group, designed to appeal to smaller towns ranked below the top 100 television markets in the United States.[20] The series debuted September 8, 2001 and ran through May 2002.

Confidential (2002–2004)

Main article: WWE Confidential

WWE Confidential is a program that focused more on various behind-the-scenes things in the company. The program aired on TNN late Saturday nights, following Velocity, from 2002 to 2004 and was hosted by Gene Okerlund.[16]

Diva Search (2003–2007)

Main article: WWE Diva Search

WWE Diva Search is a talent competition that was produced by WWE.

Experience (2004–2020)

Main article: WWE Experience

Experience is a weekly studio television show produced by WWE.

MSG Classics (2006–2009)

Main article: WWE Madison Square Garden Classics

WWE Madison Square Garden Classics is a professional wrestling television program for World Wrestling Entertainment that aired on the MSG Network featuring most WWE matches from house shows, pay-per-views, and WWE Raw broadcasts that took place at Madison Square Garden.[16] It debuted on July 12, 2006 and ran for three seasons until the last new episode aired on September 17, 2008. The MSG Network showed reruns of eight episodes from season three in 2009.

Legends of Wrestling (2006–2012)

Main article: WWE Classics on Demand § Legends of Wrestling

Legends of Wrestling is an original series made specifically for WWE Classics on Demand service.[21] The program features various "legends" of the business, for their work in and out of the ring, having a roundtable discussion about specific topics, persons, or occurrences in the history of wrestling.

24X7 (2007)

WWE 24X7 is a professional wrestling television program by WWE that was catered to the children's demographic in India. The show aired matches from WWE library and premiered on 7 May 2007 on Jetix in India.[22]

Total Divas (2013–2019)

Main article: Total Divas

Total Divas is a seasonal reality show broadcast on E!.

Slam City (2014)

Main article: WWE Slam City

WWE Slam City is an animated program by WWE that aired on Nicktoons and the WWE Network in the United States. The program aired in 2014 and involved various toyetic versions of WWE wrestlers.

Raw Sunday Dhamaal (2015–2017)

Raw Sunday Dhamaal is a professional wrestling recap and Talk show that was produced by WWE. Available in both Hindi and English, the program aired exclusively in India. It was replaced in 2017 by WWE Sunday Dhamaal.[23]

Action Mania (2015–2017)

Action Mania is a professional wrestling recap show produced by WWE that aired on Zee Cinema in Hindi exclusively in India.[24]

Camp WWE (2016–2018)

Main article: Camp WWE

Camp WWE is an adult animated short-form comedy series featuring WWE performers.

Total Bellas (2016–2021)

Main article: Total Bellas

Total Bellas is a seasonal reality show on E! featuring the Bella Twins.

Backstage (2019–2020, 2021)

Main article: WWE Backstage

Backstage is a weekly studio television show produced by WWE and Fox Sports.

The Big Show Show (2020)

Main article: The Big Show Show

The Big Show Show is a Netflix sitcom starring Big Show playing a fictional version of himself.[25]

Fight Like A Girl (2020)

Fight Like A Girl is a seasonal reality show produced by WWE and Quibi.

Corey & Carmella (2022)

A seasonal reality show on WWE's YouTube channel featuring Corey Graves and Carmella.[26]

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