Xavier Woods is coming to DC Universe.
The New Day member has been announced to be a part of DC Universe's first original unscripted gaming mini-series DC Universe All Star Games. The show, which has Freddie Prinze Jr. as an executive producer, will premiere on DC Universe starting February 28.
Presenting the DC UNIVERSE ALL STAR GAMES!
Do you like role-playing games? How about watching celebrities geek out as they play them? Then have we got a show for you! Get ready for DC Universe's first original unscripted gaming mini-series, DC Universe All Star Games.
This upcoming anthology series finds famous DC fans gathering together to play different games, including the first season's five-part The Breakfast League, a tale told with the classic 1980s DC Heroes RPG. Here, executive producers Freddie Prinze, Jr. (Star Wars Rebels) and Sam Witwer (Smallville) are joined by Vanessa Marshall (Prinze's Rebels co-star), Clare Grant, and WWE superstar Xavier Woods, playing as a group of '80s high school kids in Saturday detention who discover they're actually the World's Greatest Super Heroes.
"DC Heroes was the first RPG I ever played as a kid," says Prinze. "It was also my introduction to the DC Universe, its Heroes and, most importantly, its rich pool of villains. I had a blast making this series and I hope all of you love it as much as I do."
DC UNIVERSE All Star Games is directed by Jon Lee Broady and produced by Telepictures. New episodes will arrive exclusively on DCU every Friday after the show's premiere on February 28th.
Woods has been out of action for months due to an Achilles injury. Meanwhile, Kofi Kingston and Big E re-captured the SmackDown Tag Team Championship and are set to defend the titles at Super ShowDown later this month.