TNA today announced its flagship program – IMPACT WRESTLING – will make a permanent move to Wednesday nights at 9/8c on SPIKE TV beginning next Wednesday 20 August.
“Moving IMPACT WRESTLING to Wednesday nights gives existing fans and new viewers an opportunity to enjoy both wrestling and live sports even more throughout the week,” said TNA President Dixie Carter.
IMPACT WRESTLING has enjoyed sustained ratings growth this summer, drawing over 1.5 million viewers each week this quarter, and is among the most watched cable series in key male demos in its timeslot.
The show will continue to air on Challenge TV in the UK on Sunday nights at 9pm.
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