WWE's Story Time has a new season and a new narrator.
WWE announced that the fourth season of Story Time will air on the WWE Network starting on October 9. In addition, Jerry Lawler has also been announced as the narrator for the show as he takes over from the late Gene Okerlund, the previous narrator. Story Time features WWE stars telling interesting stories from their careers but they are animated.
A new season of WWE Story Time, the animated series that recreates sports-entertainment’s most absurd stories as told by your favorite Superstars, is coming to the Free Version of WWE Network.
Season four kicks off on Friday, Oct. 9, with a new episode available on demand every week.
Along with more off-the-wall, never-before-heard stories, the upcoming season of WWE Story Time will feature the cartoon debuts of several Superstars and Legends.
Jerry “The King” Lawler will lend his voice as the show’s new narrator. He picks up the mantle left by incomparable WWE Hall of Famer “Mean” Gene Okerlund, who hosted the first three seasons before his passing in 2019.
“I feel honored that they called on me take ‘Mean’ Gene’s place as the host,” Lawler told “Stone Cold” Steve Austin during his recent appearance on The Broken Skull Sessions.
Kevin Owens, AJ Styles, Seth Rollins, Xavier Woods, Ruby Riott and Bret “Hit Man” Hart are among those appearing on the show in animated form for the first time, joining the ranks of illustrated raconteurs like Big Show, The Miz, Christian and Mark Henry.
The fourth season of Story Time is part of a lineup of programming WWE announced for the Network for the month of October. The WWE Network will broadcast the Hell In A Cell pay-per-view as well as a WWE 24 special on Drew McIntyre and a WWE Untold special featuring Randy Orton and The Undertaker.