WWE has been shaking up their streaming platforms recently, with the latest development coming via a partnership with X, formerly known as Twitter. He has signed a two-year contract for a new weekly series called The Couple WWE Speed, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show will be exclusive to X and will feature timed matches lasting less than five minutes.
Famous wrestlers The WWE franchise are preparing to participate WWE Speed. The plan is to shoot the show with a studio audience, with new episodes airing every week starting this spring. WWE Speed X will have the latest sports show. The platform has released exclusive content in partnership with Fox over the past term FIFA World Cup. It will work with NBC Universal to air segments during the Paris Olympics this year.
As for the WWE Universe, X isn’t the only company in on the action. The news follows Netflix recently acquired WWE’s flagship show, Monday Night Raw, 5 billion within 10 years. The deal includes broadcasts of WWE shows as well as weekly shows in the US, Canada, UK and other countries. NXT and To defeat, to lay on the ground In countries outside the United States. International audiences will also have access to documentaries, new shows and more original series starting next year.
Netflix users in the US will likely have to wait a while to access more WWE programs. NBC Universal will reportedly pay $1.4 billion for the broadcast over the next five years To defeat, to lay on the ground on USA Network, while the CW pays $100,000 and $250,000 to air for the same time period. NXT.