A new weekly WWE studio show will launch on FS1 later this year, as part of the company's new deal with Fox Sports.
During First Things First, WWE COO Triple H made the announcement, saying that the show was something he's "wanted to happen for a very long time."
🚨 BREAKING NEWS 🚨— FOX Sports PR (@FOXSportsPR) April 5, 2019
During @FTFonFS1, just two days before #Wrestlemania, @TripleH reveals @FS1 is planning a weekly WWE focused studio show beginning in the Fall on Tuesday nights. pic.twitter.com/J6TChObQ0w
Airing on Tuesday nights, the show will cover RAW, SmackDown (which will move to Friday in October), and NXT.
The new show will also "feature some very faces familiar to the WWE Universe, both from the past and the present", according to the 14-time World Champion.
The Game also made reference to the WWE's Wellness Policy, possibly in rebuttal to John Oliver's criticism of the WWE that aired recently on the British comedian's HBO series 'Last Week Tonight'.
Triple H will take on former protege Batista this Sunday at WrestleMania 35, in a No Holds Barred match. If the Game loses, he will be forced to retire.