WWE is gearing up to begin mass tapings beginning this Friday.
According to Fightful Select (subscription required), WWE has informed talent they plan to record several up-coming episodes of television at the end of this week.
The company plans on filming three episodes of RAW, three episodes of SmackDown, and multiple episodes of NXT television during the mass tapings.
The current plan is to film from Friday, April 10 – Thursday, April 16. There have also been ideas pitched where some episodes would air, but that has yet to be determined. These shows recorded on a closed set, without fans.
Earlier today, Wrestlevotes indicated on Twitter, WWE plans on airing SmackDown this Friday from the WWE Performance Center, as well as RAW next Monday.
Hearing both SmackDown (4/10) & RAW (4/13) will be live from the PC. Seems like WWE will indeed push on, no break at this time coming. Tonight’s RAW & this weeks NXT have already been taped.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) April 6, 2020
The State Of Florida currently has a stay-at-home order in place, which runs through the end of April. It’s unknown how the company plans on getting around those restrictions if they plan to continue to run from the PC.
All up-coming WWE television is expected to build up to Money In The Bank on 5/10, which is currently expected to film from a closed set, and not inside the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, MD.
As the current health crisis is extremely fluid, changes can be made at a moment’s notice.