Two top AEW stars have revealed how an upcoming TV show will be “totally different” to what has come before.
AEW: All Access is scheduled to debut on March 29, premiering on TBS and will focus on the lives of Tony Khan, Adam Cole & Britt Baker, Saraya, The Young Bucks along with Sammy Guevara & Tay Melo among others.
Adam Cole and Britt Baker recently spoke to Screenrant about the upcoming show and how it will different from previous projects such as Rhodes to the Top and Total Divas.
Addressing the comparison, Baker stated:
“I think it combines all of what you just said. But at the same time, it’s totally different than what you just said. Because it really is All Access. We had the cameras with us everywhere at work, anything that was related to work, and a little bit at home. And above and beyond, really. And it was all real life, things that we were going through. And again, both at work and at home.
“I think it’s just such a unique cast too with myself and Adam, The Young Bucks and their story, and then Sammy and Tay. And then you have cameos from AEW stars throughout the entire show. Every episode, all you have to do is take a look in the background, [and] you’ll see 5 or 10 people you know, and you’re probably a huge fan of.”
Adam Cole, who returns on that evening’s episode of AEW Dynamite, would go on to say:
“For me personally, this is the most private that I’ve ever gotten when it comes to telling a story of mine on camera. The injuries that I went through were incredibly serious and something that I kept very close to home for a long time.
“Obviously, Britt knew, and my family knew exactly what was going on, [and] the AEW medical team. But to be able to capture that and show all the ups and the downs and have that all be on camera was really, really interesting, but also a really cool experience for me.
“Between seeing the ups and downs that I’ve gone through, getting the chance to speak with some of my family members, and things of that nature, it’s definitely the most private, as far as a story, that I’ve shared before. And I’m excited to share it with everyone.”
AEW: All Access will feature six one-hour episodes following the aforementioned AEW stars and promised to be the “ultimate behind-the-scenes experience.”
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