WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) produces several television shows that showcase its scripted wrestling matches, storylines, and entertainment segments. These shows air weekly and play a significant role in engaging fans and advancing the narratives within the WWE universe. As of my last knowledge update in September 2021, some of the notable WWE television shows include:
Monday Night Raw:
Often referred to as simply “Raw,” this show is WWE’s flagship program. It features a mix of matches, interviews, backstage segments, and ongoing storylines. Raw has been a staple of WWE programming since 1993 and airs on Monday nights.
Originally airing on Thursday nights, “SmackDown” is WWE’s second-longest-running weekly show. It features similar content to Raw and provides additional storylines and character developments. SmackDown moved to Friday nights in recent years.
NXT serves as WWE’s developmental brand, showcasing emerging talent and more focused on wrestling action. It airs on USA Network (in the United States) and features a combination of established stars and up-and-coming wrestlers.
This show is centered around WWE’s Cruiserweight Division, featuring high-flying and fast-paced wrestling from athletes under 205 pounds. It provides a platform for these athletes to showcase their skills.
“WWE Main Event” features matches that don’t always make it to Raw or SmackDown. It often showcases mid-card talent and provides additional exposure for certain wrestlers.
WWE Superstars (formerly):
This show used to feature lower-tier talent and often had matches taped before Raw or SmackDown events. However, it was phased out in 2016.
WWE Network/Peacock Exclusive Content (formerly):
Prior to its integration into the Peacock streaming service in the United States, WWE Network featured exclusive content like documentaries, specials, and original programming.
Please note that WWE’s programming lineup might have changed since my last update. To get the most up-to-date information on WWE’s television shows and their schedules, I recommend checking WWE’s official website or your local television listings.