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Peacock to Stream First WWE Original Series ‘WWE Evil,’ Hosted by John Cena, March 24

Peacock announced that its first WWE original series “WWE Evil” will begin streaming exclusively on the service March 24.

Created and hosted by John Cena, the eight-part docuseries is the latest expansion of WWE programming on Peacock, and the first-ever original from WWE Studios. It takes a look at the most diabolical antagonists in WWE history.

“As Peacock continues to expand its WWE programming, we are thrilled to bring the new original series ‘WWE Evil’ to the platform, working with the one and only John Cena,” Benny Reuven, VP of entertainment unscripted content at NBCUniversal Television and Streaming, said in a statement. “There is no one better to take viewers into the minds of WWE’s fiercest villains than Cena himself. We can’t wait for WWE fans to devour this series.”

Each one-hour episode dives into a single infamous heel, including each villain’s history, their key rivalries and career defining moments. Villains include “Hollywood” Hulk Hogan, The Miz, Sasha Banks, the Brothers of Destruction, Randy Orton, Stephanie McMahon, Ric Flair and Roman Reigns.

“WWE Evil” was created by executive producer John Cena.

Peacock is the exclusive streaming home in the United States for WWE, offering fans catalog content in addition to premium live events.

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