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Report: USA bringing back “Tough Enough” series



Reported by Adam Martin of Wrestleview.com

According to a report by Deadline Hollywood, USA Network will be bringing back the former WWE reality series “Tough Enough” in what would be the network’s first unscripted series in over five years.

“It (USA) is also in the process of hiring a reality executive, and USA programming president Jeff Wachtel has been meeting with top reality production companies to talk about his plans in the arena. USA’s revival of Tough Enough actually came together separately from its current efforts in the unscripted area and stems from the network’ relationship with WWE through USA staple WWE Raw. Tough Enough, which features contestants competing for a contract with WWE, ran on MTV for 3 seasons, and in 2004 it moved to UPN where it aired for a season as part of SmackDown. On USA, it also is expected to run in tandem with USA’s WWE Raw series.”

It should be noted that neither USA or WWE has confirmed these reports.

Full article link:
USA To Expand Into Reality Programming And Bring Back ‘WWE Tough Enough’

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6 Responses

  1. kane says:

    great news a much better show than nxt

  2. Bey says:

    I thought Tough Enough was pretty crappy.

  3. cold says:

    Skip Sheffield, Boogeyman, Matt Morgan, Kenny King (ROH), Josh Matthews (WWE host/interviewer) John Morrison, Melina, All Started on TE and they have made it to a small degree of success.I think they need to use developemental Wrestlers Who have had a bit of experience instead of people off the streets who just wanna be famous and use it as a last effort to achieve that

  4. Shamrock fan says:

    This is great, WWE needs this, tough enough was amazing

  5. Daniel says:

    Tough Enough 1 and 2 were awesome! I really hope this happens!

  6. Lois Lane says:

    Hey cold, don’t forget the miz!

    And tough enough did get a mixture of indy wrestlers and people that were just starting out so that is probally part of the reason why the show was so good.

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