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|Created by||Vince McMahon|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Camera setup||Multicamera setup|
|Running time||60 minutes (including commercials)|
|Original release||May 2, 2004 –|
WWE Experience is a syndicated American television program produced by WWE which mainly recaps events taking place on Raw and SmackDown. The show ran from May 2004 until September 2005 in the US, broadcasting 64 episodes domestically before its cancellation. The show continues to run in international markets, with it being televised in Canada and Mexico, as well as in Asian, European and in some African countries.
The show was originally broadcast by Spike TV and was aired Sunday mornings at 10 A.M. The original hosts were Todd Grisham and Ivory, with the setting of the show being outdoors and usually around New York City. The PG-rated show was aimed at younger viewers and it summarized the events of Raw and Smackdown. The program marked the return of WWE programming to Sunday mornings since the cancellation of WWF Superstars of Wrestling in August 2001.
When WWE programming moved to the USA Network during September 2005, WWE Experience was cancelled in America to later be replaced with AM Raw, but the show continued to be produced for overseas audiences. The filming was moved to the WWE studios in Stamford, Connecticut following reports that Grisham hated to film in the rain. Ivory was released from WWE a few weeks before the cancellation of the show in the United States. In July 2006, Todd Grisham was replaced as host by Josh Mathews, and no clear reason for Grisham's replacement was confirmed despite Mathews reportedly saying, "No reason, Todd's gone, [Josh is] here, deal with it". After Josh Mathews became a commentator on ECW, he was replaced by Jack Korpela. In November 2011, following Korpela's departure from the WWE, he was replaced by Matt Striker. In late 2012, Striker welcomed Renee Young as co-host, and following Striker leaving the WWE in early 2013, Young remained as the sole presenter of the show until she was replaced by Kyle Edwards. When Edwards was released in April 2016 he was replaced by Cathy Kelley who was temporarily joined by Corey Graves soon after.
|2004–2005||Ivory and Todd Grisham|
|2012–2013||Matt Striker and Renee Young|
|2016–2017||Cathy Kelley and Corey Graves|
Fill in guest hosts
There is also a different version of the show that now airs on the Canadian sports network Sportsnet 360 (previously known as The Score). It mainly recaps Raw and SmackDown. Previously hosted by network personalities rather than WWE employees, the Canadian version is currently hosted by Charly Caruso and sometimes Scott Stanford, while past hosts have included Ryan Paton, Glenn Schiiler, Derek Snider, Greg Sansone, and Arda Ocal (who later hosted the American version of the show under the name Kyle Edwards.) The program first aired on Sunday, October 8, 2006, and now airs every Sunday at 7pm ET with re-airs on Monday at 7pm as a lead-in to Raw.
Puerto Rico hosts their own version of the show that airs Sundays at 1pm on free-to-air WAPA-TV, with the show being hosted by WWE's Spanish broadcaster Marcelo Rodriguez. The show is part of the WWE Weekend programing of the network that features the Spanish broadcast of SmackDown on Saturdays at 1pm and Experience on Sundays.
Malaysia had their own version of the show hosted by Zawen. It aired on Astro Ria, which is hosted by Malaysia's satellite provider, Astro Malaysia. The show began airing around the middle of December 2009, before being cancelled after 10 months on the air.
WWE Experience was broadcast from May 2004 to September 2005, before it was removed from syndication in the US. The show still airs in some international markets to fulfil programming commitments.
|Algeria||Nessma TV||Sundays, 6pm|
|Australia||One||No longer televised as from 25 of January|
|Bahrain||Bahrain TV||Mondays, 9pm|
|Bangladesh||TEN Sports||Sundays, 5:30pm, 11pm. Mondays, 8am|
|Canada||Sportsnet 360||Sundays & Mondays at 7pm ET|
|Costa Rica||Repretel||Sundays 7pm. Wednesdays, 6pm|
|Colombia||Canal 1||Sundays 3pm|
|Dominican Republic||Antena Latina||Saturdays, 11pm|
|India||TEN Sports||Sundays, 5pm, 10:30pm. Mondays, 7:30am|
|Ireland||Sky One||Sundays, 11am|
|Italy||Sky Sport 2||Monday, 6:45pm. Tuesday, 1pm. Thursday, 5:30pm. Friday, 1pm|
|Jamaica||Flow One||Saturdays, 8pm|
|Kuwait||Kuwait TV||Fridays, 10pm|
|Mexico||52 MX||Saturdays, 12pm|
|New Zealand||Maori Television||No longer televised as from 4 January 2019|
|Nigeria||WWE Channel HD||Fridays, 11:30pm|
|Oman||Oman 2||Sundays, 6pm|
|Pakistan||TEN Sports||Mondays, 9pm|
|Puerto Rico||WAPA-TV||Sundays, 1pm|
|Portugal||SIC Radical and SIC K||Sundays, 12:30pm. (SIC Radical) Fridays, 11:45pm (SIC K)|
|Singapore||MediaCorp Channel 5||Fridays, 11pm. Wednesdays, 1am|
|Thailand||True Sport 2||Mondays, 8pm|
|United Kingdom||BT Sport 1||Sundays, 11am|
- "The WWE Experience at The Score Canada". thescore.com. Archived from the original on 2013-02-04. Retrieved 2012-07-29.
- "The WWE Experience at TV Now Ireland". tvnow.ie. Archived from the original on 2012-08-01. Retrieved 2012-07-29.
- "WWE Experience at SIC Radical" (in Portuguese). SIC Radical. Retrieved 2012-07-29.[permanent dead link]