Today (Mon., Feb. 24, 2014) is the big day, folks: The WWE Network is launching!
Starting at 9 a.m. ET you will be able to sign up for the service by going to WWE.com and following the instructions posted at the site. It will cost you $9.99 per month and you must make a six-month commitment, but a free trial is being offered for the very first week.
Once you sign up, you will immediately be able to access video-on-demand programming. Any and all live shows will be accessible at that time as well, though the first one likely won't be until after Monday Night Raw goes off the air tonight from Green Bay, Wisconsin, in the form of a post-show breaking down all the major happenings from the big show, which is expected to host the big returns of Hulk Hogan and Undertaker.
So what programming are you going to be able to watch? Oh, just every pay-per-view (PPV) event ever held by WWE, WCW, and ECW. That includes every show WWE will run for the rest of this year, starting with the landmark WrestleMania 30 show on April 6 in New Orleans.
In addition, you'll get replays of Raw and SmackDown, pre- and post-shows, documentaries, reality shows like Legend's House, original series like Countdown, The Monday Night War, and WrestleMania Rewind. There's also NXT and Superstars.
For a complete list of the programming line-up, including when you can watch each show, click here.
You'll be able to watch the Network through the following list of devices (via WWE.com): Desktops and laptops via WWE.com; through the WWE App on: Amazon's Kindle Fire devices; Android devices such as Samsung Galaxy; iOS devices such as Apple iPad and iPhone; Roku streaming devices; Sony PlayStation® 3 and Sony PlayStation® 4; and Xbox 360.
To top it all off, if you're having issues with anything after you sign up, customer support will be available immediately, including a live chat service.
That's the gist of it, Cagesiders. For any other questions you may have click here.