WWE Announces New Broadcast Home For WWE Raw Beginning In 2025

WWE has announced this morning that "WWE Raw" — the promotion's weekly flagship show — will move to Netflix in January 2025. The new long-term partnership will see the red brand show initially broadcast on the streaming platform in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Latin America. More countries will be added in the future. Additionally, Netflix will become the home of all weekly WWE shows, as well as premium live events such as WrestleMania, for international fans.

The WWE-Netflix deal is reportedly worth $5 billion over 10 years. It means that WWE, owned by TKO Group Holdings, will earn $500 million a year from the new media rights agreement. "Raw's" current deal with USA Network, which will expire in October, is said to be worth up to $260 million per year. Meanwhile, the new partnership with Netflix will see "Raw" leave linear television for the first time since the show began airing in 1993.