TNA has seven days booked for television tapings at Universal Studios in Orlando next week as the company will be occupying their usual studio lot from October 2 to October 8.
Whether that happens or not remains to be seen though as even Bound For Glory, set for this Sunday, is in limbo following massive financial difficulties the company is encountering at the moment. Failure to present Bound For Glory will provide additional problems for TNA as this is a pay-per-view and is bound by contract with International providers as well.
After Bound For Glory on October 2, TNA has set tapings from Monday to Saturday, with some tapings for Impact as well as One Night Only and other shows that are distributed around the globe. All shows are expected to start at 6PM EST.
TNA came close to shutting down in June of this year after they had no money to pay for the June tapings. TNA Chief Financial Officer Dean Broadhead wrote on his Facebook page at the time that in a 12-hour window he had to make over 80 phone calls to lawyers, bankers, employees, and everyone in between to try and secure some money to go ahead with the shows.
It was current TNA President Billy Corgan who came up with the cash, enabling TNA to continue its run of tapings and averting disaster.