‘AEW: All Access’ Moving to Newly Rebranded Max Streaming Service in June

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During the Warner Bros. Discovery upfronts today, it was announced that AEW’s scripted reality series All Access will move to Max, the rebranded version of the HBO Max streaming service June 9. Alongside the news came confirmation earlier today that AEW is officially launching another two hours of programming June 17 on TNT, AEW: Collision.

Premiering March 29 on TBS, the first season ran for six episodes every Wednesday night after Dynamite, AEW’s flagship show. Averaging 355,500 viewers, All Access became the fifth most popular show airing on TBS.

Season 1 of All Access starred Matt and Nick Jackson of the Young Bucks, Kenny Omega, Adam Cole, Britt Baker, Ruby Soho, Tay Melo, and Sammy Guevara with guest appearances from Saraya, Eddie Kingston, and Tony Schiavone. The first season chronicles the return of Adam Cole after his near career ending injury, The Elite’s return from suspension, a look into Sammy and Tay’s relationship as well as their struggles to stay at the top, and Britt helping lead the women’s division.

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