AEW will be moving to TBS next year, largely to avoid Dynamite and Rampage being pre-empted by TNT’s growing line-up of live sports.
Before that move can take place however, a conflict has popped up due to the start of the National Hockey League schedule in October. TNT has double-headers set for both Weds., Oct. 13 and Weds., Oct. 20. AEW revealed how they plan to deal with one of this today, announcing a special Saturday Night Dynamite in Orlando on Oct. 23.
New Event On Sale This Week #AEW makes it’s Orlando, Florida Debut!— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) August 24, 2021
Special Saturday Night #AEWDynamite
Saturday, October 23, 2021@AdditionFiArena
Doors 6pm & Showtime 7pm
Tix on-sale THIS FRIDAY, August 27 at 10am Easternhttps://t.co/rFcIFUPD6k and https://t.co/vOacpe4Ix1 pic.twitter.com/ukIMcGhES4
AEW hasn’t booked any show for the week of Oct. 13, when TNT will have its first hockey night of the 2021 - 2022 season. It’s possible they’ll tape two episodes on Oct. 6 in Philadelphia, but that’s just speculation. They also haven’t announced any Rampage specific dates beyond the Friday before All Out in Chicago, so if they do, more material could be filmed at those as well.
Ready for a Saturday Night Dynamite or two this fall?