WWE on A&E returns Sunday, February 19 with the season-three premiere of Biography: WWE Legends at 8 p.m. ET/PT followed by the season-two premiere of WWE Rivals at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Airing back-to-back each Sunday, the two series continue to explore the lives and careers of some of WWE’s Superstars through unprecedented access, interviews and footage.
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The Legends season premiere will explore the infamous group NWO and then feature such WWE stars as Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Chyna, Dusty Rhodes, Kane and Iron Sheik.
Season two of WWE Rivals returns with actor and former WWE writer Freddie Prinze Jr. leading a roundtable discussion delving into the storylines and characters behind the battles that built the WWE.
Each one-hour episode of Rivals features archival footage from WWE’s library as well as interviews with the Legends and Superstars that took part. The season begins by examining Hulk Hogan vs. Andre The Giant, and moves on to explore other rivalries including “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. Bret Hart, Undertaker vs. Mankind, The Rock vs. John Cena, Triple H vs. Batista, Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns, and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. Shawn Michaels.
Later this year, A&E will premiere additional WWE content, including a new slate of Biography: WWE Legends this spring and season two of WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures this summer.
A&E and WWE’s ongoing partnership features 130 hours of new series and specials that will air exclusively on A&E platforms and be distributed worldwide by A+E Networks. All WWE series are also available on demand and to stream on the A&E app and on aetv.com.
Biography: WWE Legends and WWE Rivals, are produced by WWE for A&E Network. Executive producers for WWE are Kevin Dunn and Chris Kaiser. Executive producers for A&E Network are Elaine Frontain Bryant, Brad Abramson and Jonathan Partridge.
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