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Lucha Underground has an official YouTube, a season four premiere date and more?

It had been previously announced that season four of Lucha Underground would premiere in Summer 2018, but we didn’t know the official date. That changed with a piece of news that flew a little under the radar on WrestleMania weekend. Wednesday seems like an appropriate day to give the attention it deserves.

At the Impact vs Lucha Underground event, Chavo Guerrero, Jr. made the official announcement for Lucha Underground’s season four premiere date.

Drum roll, please. Rat-a-tat-tat...

June 13!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sorry, just a few more exclamation marks. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Same lucha day, same lucha time, same lucha channel. Wednesday, June 13 at 8pm ET on El Rey Network.

Until then, speculate about the future based on this cool artwork.

And teaser video.

I’m not going to lie. Matanza charging at the camera creeped me out a little. I’m going to have to watch an innocent and wholesome movie, like The Street Fighter with Sonny Chiba, to relax my mind before bed. Nightmares of Matanza would result in a change of sheets. A very stinky change of sheets.

Two other tidbits of information.

First, Lucha Underground has an official YouTube channel now. They were previously part of El Rey’s YouTube channel. Over the past week or so, short recap videos for season one episodes have been the content. Unfortunately, some of the videos are region-blocked.

Second, I recently received an email promoting Lucha Underground. The layout gives the impression that season three is now available on Netflix.

I don’t have a Netflix subscription, so a kind Cagesider will have to check that out and let us know the real deal in the comments, please. I know that some fans have been licking their chops to watch season three on Netflix.

Editor’s note: I am a Netflix subscriber, and I’m not seeing anything but Uno and Dos on there as of today (April 11). We haven’t heard that Tres wouldn’t follow them to the streaming service, however, and the email Manolo got makes it seem promising speculation the latest 40 episodes should be available on there - at least in the United States - as we get closer to June 13 will turn out to be correct.

Start the countdown clock at 63 days. I’m going to buy 63 calendars, so I can run around the house each morning ripping off days. Who’s with me? Anybody planning on taking June 14 off, so they can watch the June 13 premiere over and over and over again?

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