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WWE: Next Gen Docuseries Coming to the Roku Channel

The Roku Channel has revealed the official trailer and key art for WWE: Next Gen, which will be available to stream starting on April 1, 2024.

From executive producer John Cena, the eight-part documentary chronicles the lives of athletes vying to get a contract and become Superstars in the largest sports entertainment company in the world: the WWE.

WWE: Next Gen Docuseries Coming to the Roku Channel

From tryouts in Los Angeles to training at WWE’s elite WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, they’ll get coaching and insights from some of WWE’s biggest Superstars. The road to the ring will challenge them, but the biggest tests they’ll face will be ones they create on their own.

The featured talent in WWE: Next Gen includes John Cena, Paul “Triple H” Levesque, Shawn Michaels, Ettore “Big E” Ewan, Bianca Belair, Ric Flair, and more surprise guests.

The executive producers include John Cena, Arthur Smith, Frank Sinton, Ian Mallahan, Sharalynn Cornwall, and Dan Baime. The show is produced by WWE and A. Smith & Co. Productions.

The new series can be watched on Roku devices or TVs, and it’s also easily accessible online at, iOS and Android devices, Amazon Fire TVs, Samsung TVs, Google TVs, and other Android TV OS devices.