TNT is expanding its professional wrestling lineup with the launch of AEW: Collision, a live, two-hour, in-ring show that will premiere on June 17 and air on Saturdays. The announcement was made by Kathleen Finch, Chairman and Chief Content Officer, US Networks Group, Warner Bros. Discovery, during the company’s 2023 Upfront presentation.
AEW: Collision has been the subject of speculation in the wrestling world and will feature top wrestlers such as Miro, Samoa Joe, Thunder Rosa, Powerhouse Hobbs, and Andrade El Idolo. Since its inception in 2019 with AEW: Dynamite on TNT, AEW has expanded its presence on both TNT and TBS. Alongside Collision, AEW: Rampage airs on Friday nights, while Dynamite moved to TBS in 2022 and airs every Wednesday. Additionally, the recent docu-series AEW: All Access is also available on TBS.
Jason Sarlanis, President of Turner Networks, ID and HLN, linear & streaming, expressed excitement about the expansion, stating that AEW’s talent roster has grown rapidly, necessitating an additional night to showcase epic rivalries, unforgettable matches, and beloved stars. With AEW: Collision, fans will now have two more hours of wrestling content to enjoy each week.
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