The leading company in world sports entertainment, WWE continues to expand its television offering in Spain. A few hours ago, through an official press release, WWE has confirmed the arrival of three new programs to the GOL chain. In this way, WWE increases its presence in national television and diversifies its content into different communicative groups.
From this week, GOL will broadcast Bottom Line on Saturdays at 3:00 p.m., Afterburn on Sundays at 3:00 p.m., and Experience on Mondays at 1:00 p.m., all with comments in Spanish.
The most outstanding shows of WWE will also be available on the GOL TV Everywhere platform for subscribers and in their videos on demand section.
The three programs that will begin airing this weekend are the following:
WWE Bottom Line: The weekly program created by WWE in 2002. The episodes have a total duration of 60 minutes (ads included) and offer the best moments and battles of WWE Monday Night RAW.
WWE Afterburn: The weekly program created by WWE in 2002. The episodes last a total of 60 minutes (with advertising) and offer a summary of what happened on SmackDown Live!
WWE Experience: The weekly program created by WWE in 2004. The episodes last 60 minutes (ads included). Throughout its history, Experience has offered different content. The program, mainly, serves as a weekly summary in which action is reviewed in RAW, SmackDown and Main Event.
Bottom Line, Afterburn and Experience stopped broadcasting on American cable television years ago. Currently, WWE uses them to complete their offer of television rights in different television agreements. These three programs are broadcast every week in key territories such as the Philippines, the Middle East, Southern Africa, Italy, Australia, France, Portugal, and Japan.
In Spain, starting this weekend, Bottom Line, Afterburn, and Experience will broadcast new episodes every Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, respectively. On Saturday and Sunday, the content will be broadcast (premiere) at 3:00 p.m. On Mondays, on the other hand, at 1:00 p.m. During the rest of the week refills will be offered at 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.
GOL and WWE will begin their collaboration with a new team of official commentators. A couple of commentators is unpublished on national television and will be announced throughout the weekend.