Season two of Viceland’s Dark Side Of The Ring returning on March 24

The second season of Viceland’s Dark Side Of The Ring will return on March 24 at 9PM ET with a massive two-hour premiere tackling the double murder-suicide of Chris Benoit.

Season two will feature 10 episodes (including the Benoit double-header) in total and apart from the Benoit family tragedy, other topics will include the murder of Dino Bravo, the WWE Brawl For All tournament, the career of ECW’s New Jack, David Schultz, the death of Jimmy Snuka’s mistress Nancy Argentino, the story of The Road Warriors Hawk and Animal, Herb Abrams, and the death of Owen Hart. The narrator for this season is former AEW World champion Chris Jericho.

“The first season of ‘Dark Side of the Ring’ was a massive hit,” said Morgan Hertzan, executive vice president and general manager of Vice Television. “These powerful stories transcend wrestling fandom and resonate with both fans of the sport and newcomers who were captivated by this incredible storytelling. We rise to the challenge and do not shy away from the truth. I am proud and excited to continue telling these courageous stories in season two.”

The first season of Dark Side Of The Ring was the most watched show in Vice TV history and was narrated by Mick Foley and Dutch Mantell. It had a total of six episodes.

You can see the trailer below.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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