- Many fans were wondering why there was no new WWE NXT episode added to Hulu on Wednesday. However, the site notes that episodes will now be added on Thursday. As of this writing, the new episode has not been added yet but most likely will this afternoon. NXT begins airing on the WWE Network every Thursday at 9pm EST beginning March 6th.
- Most of the WWE Network on demand streaming issues appear to be cleared up. Here is the latest statement from WWE Network on their issues, sent out last night:
"We are doing maintenance in order to deliver you a better experience when playing video on demand. During this process, you may experience errors when trying to watch video on demand over the next few hours. We expect this to be resolved by tomorrow morning. The live "OnNow" channel will not be effected. We invite you to enjoy watching video on demand on other devices including desktops, laptops, tablets or mobile phones."
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