WWE 24 - Netflix

Thu 27 June 2019

WWE 24 takes you behind the scenes of some of the biggest WWE Pay Per Views in WWE history.

WWE 24 - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2015-01-26

WWE 24 - WWE Classics on Demand - Netflix

WWE Classics On Demand was an American subscription video on demand television service provided by WWE. It featured footage from WWE's vast archive of wrestling footage, including classic WWE, World Championship Wrestling (WCW), Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) and more. It offered around 40 hours of rotating programming per month, arranged into four (previously six) “programming buckets”, often centered on a specific theme. It was originally called WWE 24/7 On Demand. In September 2008, it was changed to WWE 24/7 Classics on Demand. In April 2009, it was changed again to WWE Classics On Demand. WWE Classics was presented only on digital cable. Among the services carrying it were Comcast, AT&T U-Verse (discontinued in 2012), Verizon FiOS, Mediacom, Charter Communications, Cox Communications, Rogers Cable, EastLink, Seaside Communications, Cogeco, Armstrong, Cablevision, Sky Italia and not long ago, Astro. Some of its programming was packaged as Madison Square Garden Classics and began airing on MSG Network in the summer of 2006. In November 2007, the service had around 115,000 subscribers. The service closed on January 31, 2014 to make way for their new video-streaming and subscription service WWE Network.

WWE 24 - Extra material - Netflix

Before some selections begin there are short “promos” and clips shown featuring either memorable moments in the history of wrestling or a selection of highlights of a particular superstar before that star announces “You're watching WWE 24/7”. Early in the service's existence, it included an on-screen crawl during some content detailing historical moments—title changes, important matches, birthdays—in the history of wrestling for the month. The crawl was later changed to only featuring title changes. Other times a lower third will appear on screen to provide supplemental information to what's going on on screen. Often it is tied into the month's theme. On Monday Night Wars, an occasional segment called “War Stories” follows a key moment in the Monday Night War, where stars involved in the moment discuss the immediate reactions to the segment, but can also give insights into why a particular segment happened.

WWE 24 - References - Netflix