Update: We have updated this article to show that WWE content is now available on Peacock. The WWE Network has also shut down in the US.
Peacock, the recently launched streaming service, is laying the smackdown for pro wrestling fans. NBCUniversal and WWE recently announced they have signed a deal that will allow the massive video content library from WWE Network to stream on Peacock.
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You can sign up for Peacock at the link below:
When does this move take place?
The streaming content previously found on the WWE Network started transferring to Peacock on March 18. Peacock subscribers can now see a new WWE hub on the service, which will take them to all of the content from the pro wrestling organization. More and more content will be added to the WWE hub on Peacock over the next several months.
When does the WWE Network shut down in the US?
The streaming service has shut down on April 4 in the US.
How much does it cost to access WWE content on Peacock?
The majority of WWE content can be accessed with Peacock’s $4.99 a month fee, with ads, or for $9.99 a month without ads. Those prices include access to all past and future PPV events. The good news is that the $4.99 a month tier on Peacock is much cheaper than the WWE Network’s paid price, which was $9.99 a month.
Will some content on Peacock be available for free?
Yes. Some of the WWE Network content on Peacock is available on the service’s free subscription tier. That includes episodes of shows like WWE 24, WWE Timeline, Raw Talk, and more.
Will WWE Network still work outside the US?
Yes. If you live outside the US, you can continue to access the WWE Network and its content.