POLL: What Was Your Favorite WWE Network Originals Program From January 2020? (Chronicle, Kane, WWE 24, and More!)

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The WWE Network regularly adds episodes of original programming to the WWE Network archives. January saw a mixture of documentaries, specials, and traditional WWE Network programs. These shows featured modern stars and WWE legends past and present. Additionally, there were several episodes of WWE’s The Bump and several editions of WWE Top 10 added however none of those will be featured on this list. But with all that said, ultimately we’ve got to know: what was your favorite original program this month?

Personally, I’m torn between the latest Broken Skull Sessions and WWE Untold. Both series are absolutely fantastic, and I can’t honestly get enough of either one. All in all, I think I’d lean toward Broken Skull Sessions with Kane for no other reason than the WWC footage popping up finally.

So, what do you think? Was it the WWE 24 For Wrestlemania? Or maybe the WWE Chronicle on John Morrison? Perhaps it was The Broken Skull Sessions with Kane? Or was it one of the other shows? Whatever you liked, be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comment section down below.

Below is a list of original programs added this month and their synopsis to refresh your memory:

WWE Break It Down: Drew McIntyre

“Drew McIntyre provides candid commentary on some of his greatest moments, including his WWE debut, winning the NXT Title and facing The Undertaker.”

Prime Target: NXT UK Takeover: Blackpool II

“Get an in-depth preview of United Kingdom Champion WALTER’s showdown against Joe Coffey and a jam-packed match card at NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool II.”

Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions: Kane

“”Stone Cold” Steve Austin and Kane look back on Kane’s legendary career, including his time as Dr. Isaac Yankem, Fake Diesel, “The Devil’s Favorite Demon” and the real-life mayor of Knox County, Tennessee.”

WWE Untold: Rey Eddie & The Rumble

“Rey Mysterio remembers his best friend, the late Eddie Guerrero, looks back at their mythic matches against each other in WCW and WWE and relives dedicating his 2006 Royal Rumble Match win to Guerrero.”

WWE Chronicle: John Morrison

“After eight years competing in sports-entertainment promotions around the world, John Morrison returns to WWE. The former Intercontinental Champion reflects on his journey back to WWE and reunion with his longtime tag team partner The Miz.”

WWE 24: Wrestlemania New York

“Follow WWE Superstars Kofi Kingston, Becky Lynch, Seth Rollins, The IIconics, Ricochet and more as they relive their sports-entertainment journeys and prepare for a historic WrestleMania in New York City.”

WWE Ride Along: Lost In New York

“Carmella and Corey Graves are joined by their dog Pancake as they are treated to New York City gridlock, while tag team besties Nikki Cross and Alexa Bliss try to navigate the city’s many obstacles”

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What Was Your Favorite WWE Network Originals Program From January 2020? (Chronicle, Kane, WWE 24, and More!)

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