AEW Dynamite begins in 10 nights on the TNT Network here in the United States.
Over in the United Kingdom, the channel has not been set in stone for where and when the weekly television show will air. During an interview with talkSPORT, The Young Bucks said they wanted to be able to give concrete information but with things not set in stone, they wouldn’t wanna be held to their words. "Well, we can’t say. It’s still being negotiated, but something will happen. I don’t know when, I don’t know when it will be announced, but something will happen and hopefully, the announcement happens soon," said Nick Jackson. "We’re just as anxious as you guys are. I get messages too, every single day and I would really like to scream from the rooftops all of the information that I know, but I can’t. But hopefully sooner rather than later we’ll have an announcement and I think everybody will be happy," chimed in older brother, Matt Jackson.
The brother tag team also talked about A potential pay-per-view in the United Kingdom region. Matt, in particular, had a very interesting name for a potential United Kingdom pay-per-view, "We had an idea to do a big pay-per-view there and I already had a name for it. I wanted to call it ‘Royal Flush’ and Tony was like ‘Yeah, I think there that sounds more like a trip to the loo, I don’t think we’re going to be calling it that!’ Well, there goes my one big idea! Never mind."
The duo also spoke about preparation for weekly TV being a lot different than the major shows they've produced so far, "Man, it’s pretty crazy. Because it’s do-or-die, you know? We have to hit a home run. What is good, though, is to look back at the shows that we have done and take what was good from that and what was bad from that and try and deliver everything we can on the first TV show. So that’s what we’re aiming to do. We’re excited, we’re nervous, but I wouldn’t want it any other way," said Nick. "We’re really just trying to come up with something tighter, especially when we get to TV because we’re going to be really restricted for time when we’re looking at literally 90 minutes of content with commercials. We haven’t done one yet, we’ve done a couple of four or five-hour shows, but not a 90 minute one yet, so this is a whole new ball game for us. But I feel like we’ve all done it a few times together now and I feel like we’re pretty prepared," added Matt.
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