Production on a documentary focusing on "Stone Cold" Steve Austin has reportedly begun.
According to a report from PWInsider, the A&E Network has started production on a documentary for the WWE Hall of Famer. The current plan for A&E is to broadcast the documentary this December.
WWE previously announced that they will be teaming with A&E Network to produce five two-hour documentaries on WWE superstars Steve Austin, Roddy Piper, Shawn Michaels, Booker T, and Randy Savage. The documentaries will be part of A&E's Emmy award-winning "Biography" series. The "Biography" series has done documentaries on Andre The Giant and The Rock.
Earlier this year, it was reported that A&E ordered a docu-series focused on the search for lost WWE memorabilia. Triple H and Stephanie McMahon will reportedly host the series as they lead a team of collectors on the search. The working title for the series is "The Quest for Lost WWE Treasure." The series will be produced by WWE Studios. Susan Levison and Ben Zierten are the executive producers alongside Elaine Frontain Bryant, Dolores Gavin and Jonathan Partridge.
WWE legends and docu-series have been prevalent in recent months as the WWE Network aired a multi-part series on The Undertaker in the past few weeks.