WWE's "Ruthless Aggression" docuseries is officially returning with new episodes later this month.
It was announced today that season two of "Ruthless Aggression" will premiere on Peacock/WWE Network on Sunday, November 21, which is also the date of this year's Survivor Series pay-per-view. The entire season will then be made available on Monday, November 22.
Season two will consist of five episodes and will be narrated by SmackDown commentator Pat McAfee.
"Witness The Rock’s acting career crossover, the growing fan resentment it created, and the unforgettable Hollywood character that was born as a result. Relive the first revolution of women’s wrestling, as superstars like Trish Stratus and Lita break down doors and set a new standard for the industry. Experience the birth of several innovative match concepts, such as the Elimination Chamber and Money in the Bank. Witness the resurrection of Shawn Michaels, as The Heartbreak Kid writes a second chapter to his already legendary career. And learn about the early days of WWE’s developmental system -- from Ohio Valley Wrestling to new ventures like Tough Enough," WWE wrote.
"Hear new stories and never-before-revealed details from the legends that lived through the era, including John Cena, Batista, Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Hulk Hogan, Rob Van Dam, Edge, Goldberg, Trish Stratus, Torrie Wilson, Kane, Mick Foley, Lita, Randy Orton, Kurt Angle and many more!"
WWE's Ruthless Aggression era began in 2002 and followed the Attitude Era.
Season one of the "Ruthless Aggression" docuseries premiered in February 2020. The first season featured episodes focused on the start of the era, Cena, Evolution, Brock Lesnar, and the Raw vs. SmackDown brand split.
The trailer for season two is available to watch below: