An update has emerged on WWE’s deal with Hulu, following reports that WWE content on the streaming service was set to expire this weekend.
Previous reports stated that WWE content was to be pulled from the streaming service on Saturday (September 24), when the WWE-Hulu deal for Raw and SmackDown next day rights was set to expire.
Per PWInsider, most WWE content on the service is now listed as expiring on Tuesday (September 27), with the WWE and Hulu reportedly still in discussions for a potential new deal.
Content set to leave Hulu includes Raw, SmackDown, NXT, Main Event, Total Divas and Total Bellas.
Initial reports about the deal coming to an end led to speculation that WWE would want to move all their content to NBC Peacock, which has been the home of the WWE Network in the US since March 2021.
The way fans watch weekly WWE TV in the UK will soon change, with Warner Bros Discovery and BT Sports publicly confirming plans to feature WWE content on their new service. You can read more about the upcoming venture right here.
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