Peacock Releases A FAQ Section On The WWE Network's Move

It was previously mentioned that Peacock will be the official and exclusive streaming home of the WWE Network starting April, but the WWE’s upcoming Fastlane PPV will be available on both Peacock and the WWE Network. WWE Fastlane is set to take place on Sunday, March 21 from inside the WWE Thunderdome at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida.

WrestleMania 37, which takes place on April 10th and April 11th, on the other hand, will be available only on Peacock. WWE programming will be available to watch on Peacock with an upgrade to Premium for just $4.99 a month.

Speaking of Peacock and the WWE Network, the Peacock streaming service released a FAQ section to help answer questions about the WWE Network's move, which you can check out below:

When will WWE Network be available on Peacock?

WWE  Network  will be available on Peacock starting  March 18 and Peacock becomes the exclusive streaming home of WWE Network in April. With an upgrade to Peacock Premium, you can stream upcoming live WWE pay-per-view events, including Fastlane* on March 21 and WrestleMania on April 10 and 11.

*Also streaming on WWE Network

What WWE programming will I be able to watch on Peacock?

With an upgrade to Peacock Premium, for just $4.99/month, you’ll get:

Every live  WWE pay-per-view event—including  WrestleMania,  SummerSlam and Royal Rumble—plus every WWE, WCW and ECW pay-per-view in history.

Thousands of hours of on-demand programming including original series, ground breaking documentaries and your favorite shows from the WWE Archives.

Every episode of Raw and Smackdown, with current full episode replays 30 days after air.

Every episode of NXT, including full episode replays available the next day.

Plus, everything else Peacock has to offer—tons of hit movies and shows like The Office and Yellowstone, exclusive Originals, live sports, and streaming channels.

Find out more about  Peacock Premium.

Will I need to pay to watch live WWE pay-per-view events on Peacock?

Every live WWE pay-per-view event is included with your $4.99/month subscription to Peacock Premium. There is no additional cost to watch WWE pay-per-view events. Find out more about  Peacock Premium.

In addition to WWE Network, what else is available on Peacock?

Peacock brings you WWE Network, plus a whole lot more. Here’s what else you get with Peacock:

Instant access to hundreds of movies from major Hollywood studios such as Universal, Dream Works Animation, and Focus Features.

Thousands of hours of iconic TV shows, including full seasons of buzz-worthy faves, binge-worthy classics, and current-season NBC hits.

Peacock Channels—playing your favorite movies, shows, and clips, 24-7. Scroll less and stream more with NBC Sports on Peacock, SNL Vault, Fallon Tonight, TODAY All Day, and True Crime.

Sports coverage, including the Tokyo Olympics and live sports talk.

Kids’ movies and shows, including brand-new seasons of Where’s Waldo? and Curious George.

Hit Spanish-language TV shows and news from Telemundo.

If I’m already a WWE Network subscriber, what should I do?

Starting in April, Peacock will be the exclusive streaming home of WWE Network. Until then, you can keep watching directly on WWE  Network, as long as you have an active subscription. You can also create a Peacock account to stream WWE Network on Peacock  beginning March 18.

Note: WrestleMania on April 10 and 11 will only be available to stream on Peacock.

What if I already have a Peacock account?

If you already have a Peacock account, you can sign in and start watching WWE programming starting March 18. Upgrade to Peacock Premium for an all-access pass to Peacock and WWE Network—including live pay-per-view events like WrestleMania and SummerSlam, plus original series and archives.

If you never set your Peacock password, or don’t remember it, visit  to reset it now. Find out more about  Peacock Premium.

What devices do I need to stream WWE Network on Peacock?

You can enjoy Peacock on a variety of devices.  View the full list of supported devices here.