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‘Biography: WWE Legends’ and ‘WWE Rivals’ return to A&E Sunday

WWE on A&E returns this Sunday with the Season 3 premiere of “Biography: WWE Legends” at 8/7 C followed by the Season 2 premiere of “WWE Rivals” at 10/9 C. Airing back-to-back each Sunday, the series continue to explore the lives and careers of some of the most iconic WWE Superstars through unprecedented access, interviews and footage. The premieres continue A&E and WWE’s ongoing partnership featuring 130 hours of new, premium WWE-themed series and specials commissioned by the network to air exclusively on A&E platforms and distributed worldwide by A+E Networks.

Under the award-winning “Biography” banner, each two-hour episode of “Biography: WWE Legends” continues to tell the intimate, personal stories behind the success of some of WWE’s most memorable Legends and events. Through rare archival footage and in-depth interviews, each episode explores a different Legend and their immense impact in the WWE Universe and on pop culture. The season premiere will explore the infamous group nWo with other Legends featured this season including Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Chyna, Dusty Rhodes, Kane and The Iron Sheik.

Following “Biography: WWE Legends,” Season 2 of “WWE Rivals” returns with actor and former WWE writer Freddie Prinze Jr. leading a roundtable discussion of WWE luminaries to delve into the storylines and dynamic characters behind the epic battles that built WWE. Each one-hour episode features archival footage from WWE’s library as well as interviews with the Legends involved and the Superstars who watched these rivalries unfold. The season begins with examining Hulk Hogan vs. Andre The Giant, and will explore other rivalries including “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. Bret Hart, Undertaker vs. Mankind, The Rock vs. John Cena, Triple H vs. Batista, Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns, and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. Shawn Michaels.

The action continues later this year with additional WWE-focused premieres. In addition to a new slate of “Biography: WWE Legends” episodes premiering this spring, there will be even more WWE stories featured in Season 2 of “WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures” this summer. This season, WWE Hall of Famers Booker T, Mick Foley and Lita lead the search for WWE’s most iconic missing memorabilia.

“Biography: WWE Legends” and “WWE Rivals,” are produced by WWE for A&E Network. Executive Producers for WWE are Kevin Dunn and Chris Kaiser. Executive Producers for A&E Network are Elaine Frontain Bryant, Brad Abramson and Jonathan Partridge. A+E Networks holds worldwide distribution rights.

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