WWE Network expected to fold internationally as it moves to Netflix in January 2025

The WWE Network will cease to exist, at least internationally where the company does not have an agreement with other streaming services, at the end of 2024.

WWE Network content will move to Netflix in all countries where Netflix operates and there’s no WWE media rights deal in place, similar to what WWE has with Peacock in the United States.

In countries such as India, Japan, Philippines, etc, WWE Network will remain as part of the current deals until they expire and will then move to Netflix once that contract is up.

In the United States, Peacock has rights to the WWE Network until 2026 and this current deal WWE has with Netflix does not include WWE Network in the United States. Peacock paid over $1 billion for five years of the Network.

Netflix will be airing all WWE premium live events internationally live as well starting January 2025 along with Smackdown and NXT where there are no deals in place.

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