11 WWE Superstars With Their Own TV Shows (Photos)

“Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s new USA Network series premieres on Aug. 12


These days, WWE Superstars don’t just make their TV money through in-ring performances on “Raw,” “SmackDown Live” and WWE Network pay-per-views — there’s an entire universe of opportunity for popular pro wrestlers to earn big bucks on the small screen.  In our gallery are 11 WWE wrestlers with their own television shows. We’ve included a few select series from recent years to help paint a picture of the non-canvas landscape. A few: “Straight Up Steve Austin,” “Fight Like a Girl” and “The Big Show Show” have yet to premiere.  For the purposes of this story, we only counted the three people who appeared in all 111 episodes of “Total Divas” — Nikki Bella, Brie Bella and Natalya — as it being *their* show, but we included the names of everyone who showed up in seven or more episodes of that one.  Also Read: WWE’s ‘Raw Reunion’ Is Highest-Rated Episode Since 2018 Superstar Shakeup

Wrestler(s): “Stone Cold” Steve Austin  Show(s): “Straight Up Steve Austin,” “Broken Skull Challenge,” “Redneck Island”  Network(s): USA, CMT, Country Music Television  Also Read: WWE’s Mandy Rose Is Building a Brand, and Being ‘God’s Greatest Creation’ Is Just the Start

Wrestler(s): Nikki Bella, Brie Bella  Show(s): “Total Bellas,” “Total Divas”  Network(s): E!  Also Read: WWE United States Champion AJ Styles Says Finn Balor ‘Will Always Have an Invitation’ to The Club

Wrestler(s): The Miz, Maryse  Show(s): “Miz & Mrs”  Network(s): USA  Also Read: The Miz Has Some Potentially Great News for Fellow WWE ‘Raw’ Superstar Baron Corbin

Wrestler(s): Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson  Show(s): “Ballers”  Network(s): HBO  Also Read: WWE Champion Kofi Kingston on Wrestling in Sneakers, and if You Should Eat Those Pancakes

Wrestler(s): John Cena  Show(s): “Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?”; “American Grit”  Network(s): Fox; Nickelodeon  Also Read: WWE’s Sonya Deville Knows She and Mandy Rose Will Break Up – But Hopefully Not ‘Anytime Soon’

Wrestler(s): The Big Show  Show(s): “The Big Show Show”  Network(s): Netflix  Also Read: Seth Rollins Says It Was ‘a Little Presumptuous’ for Dean Ambrose to ‘Talk Down’ About WWE (Audio)

Wrestler(s): Christian  Show(s): “Knight Fight”  Network(s): History  Also Read: How ‘Million Dollar Man’ Ted DiBiase Convinced Shawn Michaels to Take Non-Christian Acting Roles

Wrestler(s): Stephanie McMahon, various female WWE Superstars  Show(s): “Fight Like a Girl”  Network(s): Quibi  Also Read: ‘The Wrestlers’ Host Damian Abraham Would ‘Absolutely’ Like to Do an AEW Episode in Season 2

Wrestler(s): Brie Bellas, Nikki Bella, Natalya, Naomi, Eva Marie, Paige, Cameron, Alicia Fox, Lana, Maryse, Renee Young, Rosa Mendes, Summer Rae, Nia Jax, Jo Jo, Alexa Bliss, Carmella, Mandy Rose, Emma, various others  Show(s): “Total Divas”  Also Read: Jon Moxley – Formerly Dean Ambrose – Says ‘WWE’s Creative Process Sucks’ and Vince McMahon ‘Is the Problem’ (Audio)Network(s): E!
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