WWE Slams onto Saban's VortexxWWE Slams onto Saban's Vortexx
The WWE will be bringing some heft to Saban Brands’ new Saturday morning programming block, Vortexx, as stars from the professional wrestling league join the Power Rangers, Yu-Gi-Oh! and Iron Man in the newly announced lineup.“WWE Saturday Mor
April 6, 2018
The WWE will be bringing some heft to Saban Brands’ new Saturday morning programming block, Vortexx, as stars from the professional wrestling league join the Power Rangers, Yu-Gi-Oh! and Iron Man in the newly announced lineup.
“WWE Saturday Morning Slam” will anchor the 5-hour block on The CW, which debuts Aug. 25.
The new half-hour show marks the first time in more than 10 years that the WWE will have a program in a kids time slot. The show will feature wrestler profiles, behind-the-scenes footage and an exclusive WWE match every week.
“WWE has a long history on Saturday mornings, and we’re thrilled to make our action-packed return on Vortexx with ‘WWE Saturday Morning Slam,’” says Vince McMahon, chairman and chief executive officer, WWE. “The new program enables us to further engage kids and families, a vital component of WWE’s passionate and multi-generational fan base.”
Joining the WWE on Vortexx are:
“Cubix”– Set in a world full of robots, Connor and his robot Cubix must work together to save the day.
“Rescue Heroes”–A crack team of international emergency response professionals travel the globe to help those in danger.
“Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy”–When the spaceship Terra Venture is threatened by dangerous aliens, a new team of Power Rangers become the Galaxy Rangers.
“Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal”–A mysterious spirit appears to young duelist Yuma Tsukumo and enlists his help in finding his lost memories.
“Iron Man: Armored Adventures”–A teenage billionaire must take on the mantle of Iron Man when his father mysteriously disappears.
“Justice League Unlimited”–Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern and Hawkgirl defend the planet.
“Dragonball Z Kai”–Martial artist Goku and his son Gohan travel the galaxy, battling aliens and other enemies in their attempt to save the world.
“Yu-Gi-Oh! Classic”–Yugi Moto is taken over by a mysterious spirit when he solves an ancient artifact known as the Millennium Puzzle.
“Our goal is to re-energize kids broadcast television by providing entertaining and high-impact programming on Vortexx all morning long,” says Joel Andryc, co-president, Vortexx. “We are proud of the lineup we have put together, which also includes classics and fan favorites like ‘Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy’ and ‘Yu-Gi-Oh!’”
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