As previously announced in January, Peacock will begin rolling out WWE content to its library on March 18th. And since this year’s Fastlane falls on March 21st, it will be the first WWE pay-per-view (PPV) event to become available on the NBCUniversal streaming service. While Fastlane will still be available on the WWE Network, the highly anticipated WrestleMania 37 will stream exclusively on Peacock.
Peacock revealed on Monday that the WWE Network will go dark on April 4th, so by the time WrestleMania 37 comes up on April 10th and 11th, the only streaming option for wrestling fans in the U.S. will be Peacock.
Beginning March 18th, WWE Network content will be available on Peacock Premium (with ads) for $4.99/month and on Peacock Premium Plus (without ads) for $9.99/month. For Comcast’s eligible Xfinity X1 and Flex customers and Cox Contour customers, Peacock Premium is included at no additional cost.
For those who don’t have Peacock yet, the streamer is currently offering four months of Peacock Premium subscription for only $9.99. Upon conclusion of the four-month offer period, the user’s subscription will auto-renew on a monthly basis at $4.99/month until cancellation. This limited-time offer expires on April 9th.
WWE will have a dedicated page on Peacock where fans can browse and access every PPV event in the last calendar year. The page will feature current or most recent season episodes of WWE original series Steve Austin’s The Broken Skull Sessions, WWE Chronicle, and WWE Icons. New episodes of NXT will also be added to the page a day after they aired on USA Network. Meanwhile, 2021 replays of RAW and SmackDown will arrive on Peacock’s WWE Network page 30 days after they air on USA Network and Fox, respectively.
Groundbreaking documentaries like Undertaker: The Last Ride, WWE 24, and WWE Untold, as well as reality series such as Total Bellas will also be available on Peacock’s WWE Network channel.
After the WWE Network goes offline, its content will be added in phases to Peacock. The streamer said the entire WWE Network archive — including every WWE, WCW, and ECW PPV event in history — will be available to stream on-demand before SummerSlam this August.
Despite WWE Network’s move to Peacock in the U.S., the service will continue to operate on its own overseas, so nothing will change for the platform’s subscribers outside the U.S.