When WWE and TMNT hit the big screen in 2019: The full slate
By ESPN Staff • March 17, 2019 12:35 am ET WWE has announced the full slate of its motion pictures, which include The Big Short, Star Trek Beyond, Deadpool, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
The company is also launching two new original series, the WWE Network, and a variety of other content.
Read on for the full schedule.
The big reveal: WWE will debut three new motion pictures in 2019.
The Big Scary: WWE Legends vs. WWE Hall of Famers on The Big Screen.
The World’s Most Extreme Superstars: WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley and WWE Hall-of-Famer Hulk Hogan compete for the title of World Heavyweight Champion on The Show Of Shows.
A WWE Superstar’s Journey: The Journey of the World’s Ric Flair, who is a WWE Hall OF Famer and has appeared on all of the company’s WWE Network series.
WWE Legends: The Rise and Fall of the Ultimate Superstar, Brock Lesnar.
A former WWE World Heavy Champion, Brock is coming off of a record-breaking performance at WrestleMania 29.
He returns to the WWE Universe for the first time in six years, and his return will be the most significant in his career.
The WWE Network will debut a new series, “WWE Legends.”
This series will include three hours of original programming on-demand, including interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and behind-tactics content.
WWE has also unveiled a series of documentaries, called “WrestleMania 30: The Ultimate Collection,” which will examine the history of the WWE Hall, WWE Halliards, WWE Superstars, WWE Tag Teams, and the many Hall of Fame inductees who have come before them.
The series will air on WWE Network starting in March.
This is a limited time offer, and you’ll be able to watch this exclusive content for only $7.99/month for the next 12 months.
The full schedule: WWE: The Big Picture will begin airing on June 3, 2019.
A special edition of The Show of Shows will air every Sunday, beginning with WWE Legends, and it will feature a full 30-minute episode each week, featuring behind-scenes, backstage footage, behind the scenes interviews, backstage material, and more.
WWE Network: The WWE Studios will premiere three hours a week on-the+go, starting in July.
This will be a live event-style show, featuring all-new footage, interviews, and special features.
The network will be available on-and-off-demand for the entire year, and this includes an annual free-to-air pass, which will include unlimited live events and on-screen content on select shows.
The NFL Playoffs: The NFL will begin televising the first ever playoffs, with the first round of the playoffs taking place on March 9.
The next round of games will take place on Sunday, March 17.
The New York Giants vs. the Dallas Cowboys will air live on the NFL Network and NFL Network app, while the Philadelphia Eagles vs. Pittsburgh Steelers will air exclusively on the network.
The Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New England Patriots will be broadcast exclusively on NBC Sports Live Extra.
NFL Network: This season, the NFL will broadcast every game on the CBS Network.
This season will be split into four different packages, with CBS All Access offering a limited amount of NFL content.
NFL.com: The first episode of the NFL.
The game will be shown in its entirety for free, starting at 6 p.m.
NFL RedZone: This will feature an in-depth look at the NFL season with exclusive interviews and game highlights.
NFL Fantasy Football: The best player and teams of the week will be chosen in a virtual draft with more than 1,500 players from across the NFL and all 30 teams.
NFL Films: NFL Films will host a one-hour special on Thursday, March 15, where the team of producers behind the films will reveal a behind- the-scenes look at their projects.
NFL Media: NFL Media will host an in house special on Friday, March 16, where host Cris Collinsworth will reveal the full NFL schedule and look at everything that is happening with the league and players.
Wrestlmania 30: THE Ultimate Collection will air on NFL Network in 2019, and on Sunday on NBCSN, in select markets, and exclusively on Comcast SportsNet.
(All times Eastern.)
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