How to Watch 'WWE Evil,' the WWE's First Docuseries – Esquire

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The new series chronicles the best of the worst, from The Undertaker to Ric Flair.
Streamer Peacock and the WWE have long had a deal in place—one that cost a billion dollars to originally come together—and now, we’re finally about to see the payoff. As part of the exclusive rights to stream the wrestling franchise’s productions, the platform has also picked up some new series that dive deeper into the world of WWE. The first show to come out of the vault is WWE Evil: a docuseries that explores the world of wrestling’s most infamous heels.
Premiering on March 24 with an episode chronicling the career of Hollywood Hulk Hogan, the series will ultimately span eight episodes, revisiting the sport’s most infamous bad guys, new and old. We’re talking Sasha Banks and The Miz, as well as Ric Flair and Stephanie McMahon. Of course, the series has an expert of evil in both the producing and narrator roles; John Cena—one of the winningest wrestlers (good or bad!) of all time—will be the face behind the series.
If you’re a wrestling fan who hasn’t quite been converted to Peacock yet, fear not. WWE is going to try and court you. In the week leading up to Wrestlemania 38, the series’ episode following Roman Reigns will air on USA on March 28 at 11pm ET, following WWE RAW. Then on March 29 at 10pm ET, after WWE NXT, the episode about the partnership of the Brothers of Destruction (aka, The Undertaker and Kane) will air.
All eight episodes will be available on Peacock starting on March 24 though, so the real wrestling die hards can get in there early and binge away. Don’t walk—run your head into a table and get started as soon as the episodes drop.