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'WWE Evil' docuseries coming to Peacock later this month

John Cena is the creator and narrator of the series.
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A new WWE docuseries is coming to Peacock later this month.

"WWE Evil" will be available to stream on Peacock on Thursday, March 24. The eight-episode series will feature episodes on "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan, The Miz, Sasha Banks, The Brothers of Destruction (Undertaker & Kane), Randy Orton, Stephanie McMahon, Ric Flair, and Roman Reigns.

WWE Evil was first announced as being in development by Peacock last May. John Cena is the creator of the show, along with serving as its narrator and being an executive producer.

"Each one-hour episode of this psychological exposé dives deep into a single infamous heel, unveiling rare behind-the-scenes details from some of the biggest names in the industry," Peacock wrote. "These 'evildoers' undeniably shaped pop culture through the decades, making a tremendous nostalgic impact that bled into mainstream culture today."

WWE Evil is Peacock's first WWE original series. Peacock became the exclusive home of the WWE Network in the United States in 2021.

All eight episodes of WWE Evil will be available on March 24. The series is co-produced by WWE Studios and Bunim Murray Productions.

"As Peacock continues to expand its WWE programming, we are thrilled to bring the new original series ‘WWE Evil’ to platform, working with the one and only John Cena,” said Benny Reuven, Vice President of Entertainment Unscripted Content at NBCUniversal Television and Streaming. “There is no one better to take viewers into the minds of WWE’s fiercest villains than Cena himself. We can’t wait for WWE fans to devour this series.”

The trailer for WWE Evil is available to watch below: