When does WWE Network move to Peacock?

The WWE Network is moving to Peacock on Thursday, March 18.

An official press release mentions that March 18 will be the “beginning” of adding the WWE Network to Peacock, implying that all content might not immediately be transferred at launch. The standalone WWE Network app will shut down in the United States a few weeks later on April 4th.

It is currently unclear how long this process will take. WWE Network’s huge vault of WWE, WCW, and ECW pay-per-views won’t be ready for day one. Instead, Peacock is promising to have all of that content available “before SummerSlam,” which is in August.

Will my WWE Network subscription transfer over to Peacock automatically?

No, there is no automatic transfer from one service to the other. What that means is WWE Network users will have to subscribe to Peacock on their own in order to watch beginning March 18.

How much will it cost?

For a limited time, you can sign up for four months of Peacock Premium at just $2.50 per month. This is a 50% discount and brings the total to less than $10, which is great considering that was the monthly price of WWE Network. But in addition to being able to view all of the upcoming WWE pay-per-views, you’ll also get access to Peacock’s vast library of hit movies and TV shows.

How about Wrestlemania 37? 

Wrestlemania 37 will be streamed exclusively through Peacock. The show will be a two-night event, starting with the first half on April 10 before coming to a close on the night of April 11. The stream for the pay-per-view will begin at 7 P.M. ET, with the Kickoff pre-show starting at 6 P.M. ET. This is likely to be the starting time for both nights of the event.

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