All Elite Wrestling Dynamite on TNT will not air live throughout the country as expected with West Coast viewers getting tape-delayed broadcasts.
AEW will debut on Wednesday, October 2, from Washington D.C. Announced matches include Cody Rhodes against Sammy Guevara and Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks against AEW Champion Chris Jericho and two mystery opponents. In addition, Nyla Rose will face Riho to earn the honor of becoming the first AEW Women’s Champion.
AEW will go head-to-head with WWE NXT broadcasts Wednesdays on USA. NXT debuted with its first hour on USA last week. It finished with its second hour on the WWE Network. This week, NXT will run the same crossover schedule. However, it will run both hours on USA to compete against AEW Dynamite broadcasts from 8 to 10 p.m. ET.
West Coast fans of AEW can get a live feed on Direct TV. Pacific time zone fans can also use the TNT app (mobile, Roku, Firestick, Apple TV, web browser) to gain a live feed as well. Both Direct TV and the TNT app will carry East Coast and West Coast feeds.
Meanwhile, The Young Bucks recently said that AEW is currently in negotiations for a TV deal in the United Kingdom.