It’s the holiday season, and what better way to celebrate than to do it with your favorite WWE Superstars!
USA Network and WWE is kicking off the holiday season with WWE Week which begins on Sunday, December 20th with the movie Santa’s Little Helper. This cute, and funny movie from WWE Studios and 20th Century Fox follows a fast-talking businessman who is given the opportunity to become Santa Claus’ second-in-command. Santa’s Little Helper features WWE Superstar The Miz and WWE Diva Paige. I own the movie (of course) and it really is a cute holiday movie for the whole family. Be sure to tune in to USA Network December 20th at 8pm ET.
Monday December 21st from 8-11pm ET as usual USA will air Monday Night RAW live from Minneapolis, MN but this isn’t just an ordinary night of RAW, it will feature then annual Slammy Awards which is the WWE’s biggest award event of the year, voted on by the fans, will honor the best of the year with their golden Slammy awards.
Tuesday December 22nd from 8-10pm ET you can watch Smackdown LIVE from Des Moines, Iowa on USA
Wednesday December 23rd from 8-10pm USA aires the 13th annual holiday special, WWE Tribute To The Troops. WWE has done this holiday tradition every year which also brings entertainment and celebrity appearances to our troops. This year Train will be erforming as WWE visits Florida’s Jacksonville Vetrans Memorial Arena for military personnel and their families stationed at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station, Naval Station Mayport and Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base. While in town, WWE Superstars and Divas spent the day giving back to those who serve and their families with visits to each base, a Be a STAR rally, and military outreach.
USA will also allow WWE to take over Daytime television from 11am – 3pm Monday, December 21 through Friday December 25th as host Cat Greenleaf conducts interviews from her iconic stoop with WWE Superstars and Divas.
MONDAY NIGHT RAW on USA is the most-watched, regularly scheduled, year-round program on cable, with a live three-hour block every Monday night, 52 weeks a year. RAW has been a cable mainstay for more than 20 years and is consistently a top ten show on television. The three-hour block on USA averages 1.9MM P18-49, 2.0MM P25-54 and 4.3MM total viewers P2+. RAW and SMACKDOWN have reached 48.2 Million viewers in 2015.
With more than 800 original episodes, SMACKDOWN is the second longest-running weekly episodic program in U.S. television history, only behind MONDAY NIGHT RAW. Over the past 15 years, SMACKDOWN has been broadcast from 170 different venues, in 148 cities, in seven different countries including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Iraq, Japan, Italy and Mexico.
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