A new Rhodes to the Top trailer premiered during an episode of AEW Dynamite. The one-hour debut will air on TNT on Wednesday, September 29, at 10 p.m. ET. The following shows will be 30 minutes long. Cody and Brandi Rhodes appear in the reality show, which will be followed by episodes of AEW Dynamite. More information about the forthcoming show may be found below: In the documentary Rhodes to the Top, Cody and Brandi Rhodes navigate their growing family while striving to create AEW’s global wrestling empire.
Fans will be taken behind the scenes inside and beyond the ring in four 30-minute episodes; all while being encircled by a colorful ensemble of wrestlers, family, and friends. Cody and Brandi were married in 2013 and are now expecting their first child. Due to the birth of their baby, Brandi has been absent from AEW TV. On AEW Dynamite, Cody was defeated by Malakai Black and teased retirement from the ring. Before Rhodes could finish his announcement, Black reappeared and took him out.
Rhodes to the Top Release Date
The upcoming season of Rhodes to the Top was announced tonight during TNT’s AEW: Dynamite, with a brief teaser, and the premiere date for the show is Wednesday, September 29, 2021, at 10 p.m. Cody and Brandi’s journey through life as they raise a family while working to establish AEW’s worldwide wrestling empire is chronicled in Rhodes to the Top. The four 30-minute episodes will take viewers behind the scenes as the powerhouse couple manages their ever-busier lives both inside and outside the ring, all while surrounded by a colorful and often hilarious motley crew of wrestlers, family, and friends who both support and test them at every turn. Cody and Brandi have been on an unrivaled route to wrestling success since their marriage in 2013, but they will now confront their newest and maybe greatest obstacle yet: becoming kids.
Shed Media is the show’s producer, and it comes from Warner Bros. Unscripted Television. Shed Media’s Dan Peirson and Lisa Shannon, Activist Artists Management’s Bernie Cahill and Jon Kanak, and AEW’s Tony Khan, CEO, GM, and Head of Creative, are executive producers.
Sam Berns and Paul Storck also serve as executive producers, with Berns also serving as show-runner. Hyperion, Activist Artists Management, and Morris Yorn Barnes Levine Krintzman represent Cody and Brandi Rhodes. Rubenstein Kohner & Gellman is a law firm based in New York City.
What is AEW rampage, and where to watch it?
‘AEW Rampage,’ a professional wrestling television program created by Tony Khan, includes some of the greatest female and male wrestlers from all over the world. The cutthroat contestants battle it out to become championship contenders before battling it out for the gold one final time. Chris Jericho, Jon Moxley, Cody Rhodes, Matt Hardy, Jungle Boy, and others are among the star-studded cast of the wrestling show.
AEW Rampage features a world-class roaster of elite male and female combatants, including famous wrestlers, who compete against one another in a range of matches meant to test their physical limitations. The combatants come from a variety of backgrounds and age groups, and instead of being divided into weight classes like in MMA, they are simply divided into gender categories.
In reality, the two primary championships for men and women have nothing to do with weight class, raising the stakes even higher because only the most competent competitors will be able to survive the vicious struggle and acquire the coveted crowns.
Once they have acquired the belt, how
ever, these top sportsmen must defend it against the roaster’s most skilled fighter. For fight enthusiasts who want to witness one of the finest athletes in the world display their ability in the ring, the never-ending competition is a perfect pastime. If you’re planning on viewing it, here’s all the streaming information you’ll need. On Hulu + Live TV, fans can watch the latest episodes of AEW Rampage. Those with a basic membership may view ‘Dark Side of the Ring,’ a documentary on the terrible realities of the wrestling industry. TNT’s official website also has a video of ‘AEW Rampage.’ The series is also available to watch live on platforms including SlingTV, YouTubeTV, DirecTV, and AT&T TV.