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Created by

Vince McMahon

Written by

Jonathan Baeckstrom (lead writer)

Presented by

Jimmy Smith (play-by-play commentator)
Corey Graves (color commentator)
Byron Saxton (color commentator)

Country of origin

United States

Seasons and episodes

29 seasons, 1,466 episodes

Production company




Original network

USA Network (1993–2000; 2005–present)
TNN/The New TNN/Spike TV (2000–2005)

Original release

January 11, 1993 - present

WWE Raw, also known as Monday Night Raw or simply Raw, is an American professional wrestling television program produced by WWE that currently airs live every Monday at 8pm ET on the USA Network in the United States. The show features characters from the Raw brand, to which WWE employees are assigned to work and perform. The show debuted on January 11, 1993 and is currently considered to be one of two flagship shows, along with Friday Night SmackDown. In September 2000, Raw moved from the USA Network to TNN, which rebranded to Spike TV in August 2003. On October 3, 2005, Raw returned to the USA Network, where it remains today. The WWE Network has ceased operations in the United States as of April 5, 2021, with all content being moved to Peacock TV, which currently has most Raw episodes, excluding content that was censored or removed by Peacock TV's standards and practices department. Recent episodes are still available for on-demand viewing 30 days after the original air date.

Since its first episode, Raw has been broadcast live from 208 different arenas, 171 cities and towns, and ten different nations: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Afghanistan in 2005, Iraq in 2006 and 2007, South Africa, Germany, Japan, Italy, and Mexico


U.S. broadcast history[]

Channel Timeslot Original run
USA Network Monday 9–10 p.m. ET January 11, 1993 – February 3, 1997
Monday 9–11 p.m. ET February 10, 1997 – September 18, 2000
TNN/The New TNN/Spike TV October 2, 2000 – October 3, 2005
USA Network October 10, 2005 – July 23, 2012
Monday 8–11 p.m. ET July 30, 2012 – present

Other U.S. broadcasters[]

  • Universo - broadcasts Raw with Spanish-language commentary on Wednesdays
  • AFN Sports 2 - broadcasts to U.S. military troops stationed or assigned overseas
  • Hulu, WWE Network, Peacock - online streaming

International broadcasters[]

Country Network
Arab World MBC Action
Latin America Fox Sports
Indian subcontinent Sony Ten
Sub-Saharan Africa SuperSport, DStv
Australia Fox8, 9Go!
DAZN, ProSieben MAXX
Belgium ABXplore, Play6
Bolivia Unitel
Canada TSN, Sportsnet 360, TVA Sports
Chile La Red
Colombia Canal 1
Costa Rica Repretel 11
Czech Republic Nova Sport
Ecuador Teleamazonas
El Salvador Canal VTV
France NT1, AB1, L’Équipe
Honduras Canal 5
Hong Kong ViuTVsix
Indonesia Mola TV On Demand
Iran FM1
Israel Sport 1, Sport 1 HD
Italy DMAX
Jamaica Flow 1
Japan J Sports 4
Lithuania BTV
Luxembourg RTL9, DAZN, ProSieben MAXX
Mexico Fox Sports, Imagen Televisión
New Zealand Sky 5, Prime
Pakistan Ten Sports
Panama RPC-TV
Peru ATV
Philippines TAP Go, TAP Sports, TV5
Poland Extreme Sports Channel
Portugal SIC Radical, SIC K
Romania Telekom Sport
Russia TNT, 2x2, Match! Fighter
Serbia Prva
Singapore HubSports 2
South Africa, SuperSport
South Korea IB Sports
Spain Mega
Taiwan Videoland Television Network
Turkey D-Smart
United Kingdom
BT Sport, Channel 5