WWE Set To Air Their Own “Botchamania” Style Show, Arcade Challenge, New Fashion Files, and Cooking Show
WWE Network Originals Debuting Next Week
WWE is set to air new original programming next week on the WWE Network. As first reported by WWE Network News, the WWE will air three new programs, as well as a new episode of The Fashion Files next week on the WWE Network.
The WWE recently issued a WWE Network survey which listed some of the following programming as potential up-coming exclusives for the streaming service.
Fashion Files : Cold Case Unit
The Fashion Police will try and crack the unsolved mystery of “Who Pied Kevin Owens In The Face” from the 4th of July episode of RAW back in 2016.
This episode will premier on Monday December 24th at 11pm ET following Monday Night RAW
It’s do-or-pie for detectives Tyler Breeze and Fandango, as ‘The Fashion Police’ close in on Kevin Owens’ mysterious Pie Face Perpetrator!
The Botch Files Premieres Next Friday
The WWE is taking a page out of the infamous “Botchamania” series, and has produced their own show titled “Botch Club” hosted by Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson.
The first episode is set to air on Friday December 28th at 7pm EST on the WWE Network
Gallows and Anderson watch acrobatic attempts gone awry, and take a deep dive into the circumstances behind the infamous Titus Worldslide.
Xavier Woods Arcade Challenge
Xavier Woods, host of UpUpDownDown is getting his own TV show on the WWE Network titled “Xavier Woods Arcade Challenge”.
The first episode will air Tuesday December 25h at 7:30PM ET.
Xavier Woods invades the arcade scene in The City of Brotherly Love, and he’s seeking a challenge in the retro gaming classic, NBA Jam!
WWE Kitchen Smackdown
WWE will be airing a new cooking competition show titled “WWE Kitchen Smackdown” which will feature current and past WWE Superstars as well as guest judges.
The first episode will air Thursday, December 27th at 7 PM ET.
Dana Brooke, Alicia Fox and Curtis Axel compete in a cookoff for guest judges Enes Kanter, Noelle Foley and Mark Henry, hosted by Bo Dallas.