Evan Husney: I'm So Happy 'Who Killed WCW?' Came Together, We Easily Could Have Done Six Hours

Evan Husney shares his thoughts on "Who Killed WCW?" ahead of the finale's premiere.

The new VICE TV series "Who Killed WCW?" has examined the downfall of the legendary promotion, and it has included interviews with Kevin Nash, Bret Hart, Eric Bischoff, and other noteworthy names. The finale of the four-part series will premiere on June 25.

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In an interview with Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful, producer Evan Husney was asked to comment on how he was feeling ahead of the finale's premiere.

“It’s kind of surreal. This idea came together very fast. I think we started shooting it in late November or early December of last year. It was a quick shoot, but I’m so happy it came together. So many hard-working, talented people that are on our team that made this thing possible in such a short amount of time, so many talented people that we had the privilege to work with. So just very happy that the response seems to be mostly positive. Obviously, you can’t fit everything you want into four hours. I might even say, if I could go back in a time machine and repitch the show, I think we easily could have done six hours on this thing or more. Who knows? [Laughs] But I think six hours would have allowed us to get us to get into a little bit more in-depth and who knows, maybe allowed us the opportunity to get some more voices in the show too, which would have been great," Husney said.

Husney recently commented on Sting and Ric Flair not being involved in the series. Check out his comments here.

Husney has said that they explored possibly interviewing Ted Turner for the series. Click here to see what he had to say.

The finale of "Who Killed WCW?" will air at 10 p.m. ET on June 25 on VICE TV.

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