AEW Dynamite moving to TBS in 2022, new show revealed

All Elite Wrestling’s television existence is receiving a makeover.

The company’s flagship demonstrate, “AEW: Dynamite” will be shifting from TNT to TBS in January of 2022 and a new hour-lengthy demonstrate, “AEW: Rampage” will debut on Aug. thirteen at 10 p.m. on TBS, Warner Media introduced Wednesday. AEW will nonetheless have a modest existence on TNT as portion of a model new television offer, the company’s third in a lot less than a year and a 50 percent with WarnerMedia.

“While we’re hunting forward to our arrival on TBS, we’re not declaring goodbye to our original and latest household of TNT, which will air 4 new particular supercard functions every year,” AEW president Tony Khan mentioned in a assertion. “Plus, the monetary upside to our new arrangement will give us the option to carry on to spend in and expand AEW to provide the most important folks in our marketplace: our followers, our wrestlers, our staff members and our sponsors.”

AEW has been on TNT due to the fact Oct. 2, 2019 and has knowledgeable rankings achievement, remaining a person of the best Wednesday displays on cable weekly in the 18-forty nine demo. WarnerMedia now owning the rights to the NBA and recently obtaining the rights to NHL game titles did issue into shifting Dynamite to TBS. Wednesday has usually been a night to air the NHL.

“Both TBS and TNT have an very storied record with wrestling, so the plan of us remaining in a position to set far more AEW on to TBS is a normal healthy,” mentioned Brett Weitz, standard manager of TBS, TNT and truTV. “Did the NHL have anything to do with it? Guaranteed. NHL experienced one thing to do with it. NBA experienced one thing to do with it, the COVID plan, the ton of preemptions.

“When we looked wherever the consumer’s gonna be, wherever wrestling followers had been heading to be, we want to give them the most option to eat as a lot of displays as attainable. We felt TBS experienced an option to be the network and the very best system for expansion.”