AEW: All Access reality show to start on March 29

The new AEW: All Access reality TV show will start airing on TBS on Wednesday, March 29, following the conclusion of Dynamite.

This one-hour show will air for six weeks and will follow a group of AEW stars along with AEW President Tony Khan as they navigate their way backstage and at home.

Adam Cole and Britt Baker, who are being used in marketing to promote the show, will feature heavily and Cole, who hasn’t wrestled since June of last year, will return to action on the March 29 episode of Dynamite as well.

Others who will be appearing on the show including Sammy Guevara, Tay Melo, The Young Bucks, Saraya, Wardlow, and Eddie Kingston.

This show, ordered from Warner Bros. Discovery, replaces the second season of Rhodes to the Top, which obviously was not going to air once Cody and Brandi Rhodes left AEW.

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