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WWE Announces New Multi-Year TV Deal with NBC/Universal
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 05.15.2014

- WWE and NBC/Universal have announced a new multi-year deal for Raw and Smackdown to continue airing on USA Network and SyFy. The press release does not note the length of the contract, the terms of the deal or whether Smackdown will stay on Fridays or go live. It is worth mentioning that Smackdown is referred to as "Friday Night Smackdown" although that is the full name of the show on SyFy, so it doesn't preclude the possibility of it going live.

The agreement also notes that Total Divas will continue to air on E!, which isn't a surprise.

Vince McMahon said of the deal, "We are proud to continue our long-standing partnership with NBC/Universal given their premiere position in the marketplace and vast promotional platforms. We are excited about our future as we further the reach and popularity of our live, family-friendly entertainment programming 52 weeks a year."

The press release was light on details and doesn't answer whether Raw and Smackdown will get earlier debuts on the WWE Network, which was one of the last sticking points in negotiations.

More information will surely filter out, but as of now WWE is officially set to continue on their current networks for the next several years.


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