All Elite Wrestling truly will be the alternative to WWE for professional wrestling fans.
During a promotional video released today for the upcoming Double Or Nothing event, AEW programming will have a TV-14 rating. On the opposite side of the spectrum WWE’s programming airs with a PG rating.
Difference In Content Per The Rating System:
- WWE (TV-PG): Programs rated TV-PG contain some material that parents or guardians may find inappropriate for younger children. Programs assigned a TV-PG rating may include some inappropriate language, very little sexual content, suggestive dialogue, and/or moderate violence.
- AEW (TV-14): Programs rated TV-14 may contain material that parents or adult guardians may find unsuitable for children under the age of 14. The FCC warns that “Parents are cautioned to exercise some care in monitoring this program and are cautioned against letting children under the age of 14 watch unattended.” Programs with this rating contain crude humor, drug/alcohol use, inappropriate language, strong violence (may include some amounts of blood and gore), and moderate suggestive themes or dialogue.
WWE programming broadcasted at a TV-14 rating during the “Attitude Era” and the height of the Monday Night Wars. WWE programming transitioned to a PG television rating on July 22, 2008.