The WWE premieres its newest original series for the WWE Network, Breaking Ground, on Monday.
The debut comes on the star-studded heels of WWE's Hell in a Cell at the Staples Center in Los Angeles Sunday, in which stars like Mark Wahlberg, Sofia Vergara, Joe Manganiello, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons and Seth Green dotted the crowd of more than 17,000 fans.
Breaking Ground will air exclusively on the WWE Network Monday nights immediately after Monday Night Raw (which airs on USA Network). Over 10 episodes, the show will explore the path one must take to become a WWE Superstar, via the WWE Performance Center in Orlando.
Show biz legend William Shatner is set to narrate the groundbreaking series, drawing upon more than 20 years of working with the company.
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He said, "Ever since I tossed the legendary Jerry 'The King' Lawler out of the ring, I've been enamored with WWE, and my love affair continues with the new show, Breaking Ground."
WWE Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer Michelle Wilson added that "Breaking Ground will give our fans unprecedented access and a look into what it takes to make it in WWE," and continue delivering to the WWE Network the "premium, original content" that is available nowhere else.