Over the years, Tony Khan has announced a number of things on Dynamite. Fans of wrestling haven’t always agreed that the AEW owner, president, and head of creative’s announcements were worthy of the hype that preceded them.
During a segment of a backstage interview, Tony Khan stated to Renee Paquette that the announcement “involves a lot of the big stars in AEW and a lot of the people backstage.” He then invited Adam Cole to share the news with fans who were at the event as well as those watching at home.
In fact, TK gave Adam Cole the honor of announcing that the long-rumored reality show that takes place behind the scenes will premiere in March. After Dynamite at 10 p.m. ET, AEW All Access will be an hour long.
Each episode will follow them week in and week out as they try to stay at the top of the company and investigate disagreements between them .The show will likewise detail the lead up to major AEW occasions and pay-per-sees,” the declaration read.
Cole also stated that he would return to the company in the ring on the same night that the reality show premieres. Due to concussion issues, he has been out of action since June.
The one-hour show will feature performances by Cole, Britt Baker, Sammy Guevara, Tay Conti, The Young Bucks, Saraya, Wardlow, and Eddie Kingson. There is no set date for the premiere.