WWE and NBC has formed quite the tag team.
The WWE Network, which was born of Vince McMahon’s madman brain many years ago, is no longer its own entity, with the WWE’s library of video content heading over the NBC’s Peacock streaming service in March.
But don’t worry, grappling fans: Not much has changed. If you’re familiar with the way the WWE Network operated, then don’t expect major changes to the way you view WWE programming on Peacock. In fact, it’s even a little bit cheaper than the standalone WWE Network, as well.
Fans looking to watch WrestleMania 37 on Peacock are in for a treat, with a one-week free trial and a small payment to watch the show this weekend.
Here’s what you need to know:
How to watch WWE on Peacock
One of the latest streaming services to hit the market, Peacock, is an NBC-driven vehicle. In January, WWE Network and its library was sold to Peacock, which is now home to WWE streamed content.
Peacock has three separate pricing tiers: the free tier, the Premium tier and the Premium Plus tier. In order to watch WWE Network and WrestleMania 37, you’ll have to subscribe to the Premium tier, at $4.99 per month. This will also grant you unlimited access to WWE Network library available on Peacock, as more content is uploaded to Peacock over the coming months.
Peacock is available on gaming consoles, Roku, Chromecast, Android TV and Apple TV. After logging in, there is a WWE category across the top bar — navigate over to it, and away you go.
How much is Peacock?
There are three tiers of Peacock. There is a free tier, a Premium tier for $4.99 and a Premium Plus tier for $9.99.
For those wanting to watch WWE Network, you’ll need to subscribe to the Premium tier, which includes WrestleMania 37. The Premium Plus tier contains all content of the Premium Tier, just without the ads.
When is WrestleMania 37?
WrestleMania is a two-night event this year, much like last year. The first night is on Saturday, April 10 and Night 2 is Sunday, April 11. Both night’s kick-off shows start at 7 p.m. ET, with the main card getting underway at 8 p.m. ET.
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