WWE Evil Review: It’s Scary How Well This Turned Out

by | Mar 24, 2022 | Gaming

What makes a person evil? Is it the way they kidnap the boss’s daughter and force a marriage upon them? Or is it the way they beat up their cousin inside of a red cage in order to gain their obedience? If these examples seem wildly-outlandish to you, it’s probably because you’re unfamiliar with the world of heels (bad guys/girls) in professional wrestling. Peacock’s new docuseries WWE Evil takes a look at some of the most evil folks ever to grace the squared circle.

Season 1 of the Peacock original consists of eight episodes, with each episode coming in at around 45 minutes, dissecting the career of a specific wrestler–or in one episode, two wrestlers. GameSpot was provided with seven of the eight episodes in Season 1. The episodes offer a look at wrestlers from various ages, starting with Hulk Hogan in the ’80s and leading up to Sasha Banks and Roman Reigns in the ’20s. Here is who is featured in Season 1.

WWE Evil episodes:

  • “Hollywood” Hulk Hogan
  • The Miz
  • Sasha Banks
  • Brothers of Destruction
  • Randy Orton
  • Stephanie McMahon
  • Ric Flair
  • Roman Reigns

WWE is no stranger to docuseries. In the past–primarily on the WWE Network–there have been plenty of docuseries covering characters, stories, and generations from the world of WWE. As these films have evolved, WWE has been trying to emulate ESPN’s wildly successful 30 for 30 series, but it’s always failed in something as simplistic as appealing to a broader audience. The vast majority appeal to hardcore fans–primarily those more up-to-date on the current product.

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