Dwyane Johnson’s Seven Bucks Productions and Vice Studios are developing a docuseries on the demise of WCW.
Deadline had a story on Monday on Scott Landsman joining Seven Bucks as its new Head of Television and Melissa Fried joining as its VP of Film Development and production.
A section covering the projects in development at Seven Bucks Productions, included a mention of a docuseries with Vice Studios “investigating the mysterious demise of World Championship Wrestling (WCW), once the biggest wrestling company in America.”
There were no additional details or timetables for the project.
WCW went out of business in March 2001 after its programming was dropped by TNT and TBS and the company was sold to the then-World Wrestling Federation for a fraction of its previous value and saw the end of professional wrestling on the Turner-owned cable networks until AEW launched eighteen years later.