Hollywood Hulk Hogan, Stephanie McMahon, Randy Orton, and Ric Flair—find out what makes these Bads bad in a new docuseries.
The Undertaker. Ric Flair. Randy Savage. They’re the villains that have come to define what it is to be a WWE heel. (And let’s be honest: a villain is so much better than a hero, even if you know that the hero is going to prevail.) But those personalities aren’t created overnight—they’re the result of good writing, a lot of development, and a deep commitment to the role. They’re compelling, and mysterious. But Peacock’s new original series WWE Evil explores a few of those characters to reveal what makes some of the franchise’s biggest bads tick.
The series is the first original WWE series that the streamer has produced, telling the story of eight different heels across eight episodes beginning March 24. Hollywood Hulk Hogan, Stephanie McMahon, Randy Orton, and Ric Flair are just a few of the figures that will be discussed throughout the series, following their path from ideation to the ring. The first trailer for the series dropped late last week, featuring the talent behind the bad intentions. If that’s not enough of a selling point, the series is narrated and executive produced by one of the great bad boys himself, John cena