Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter- We noted before that E! had ordered ten new episodes of WWE Total Divas, confirmed by the press release last week announcing season three with Rosa Mendes being added to the cast.
E! was previously paying an estimated $470,000 per episode and WWE was spending about $400,000 per episode so they weren't profiting a lot off the show. Season 3's episodes may have been ordered at a higher price point.
- The next season of WWE Tough Enough will indeed be filming for six weeks at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, beginning in early July. It will air this fall on the WWE Network.
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