WWE After Burn is a World Wrestling Entertainment syndicated television show which recaps events taking place on SmackDown. Along with WWE Bottom Line it replaced the WWE's previous syndicated highlight show, Superstars. The show was broadcast in the USA from May 2002 to September 2005 when it was removed from syndication. The show continues to run in some international markets, with it being televised in South Africa, Italy and South Asia.
After Burn still airs in international markets to fulfill programming commitments. It is broadcast in Germany on Sky Sport, Australia on Channel Nine, the UK on Sky Sports, in South Africa on Supersport, in Indonesia on Lativi, in South Asia on Ten Sports, in Italy on GXT, in Philippines on Solar Sports and in Portugal on Sporttv 3.
In January 2009, South African satellite provider DStv shared After Burn broadcast rights with free channel e.tv. WWE After Burn airs on e.tv on Tuesdays at 8.00pm as of January 20.
United Kingdom Television Schedules
- Sky One - Sunday Mornings (2002- 2004)
- Sky Sports - Sunday Mornings (2005-)
WWE Afterburn debuted in the UK in May 2002 replacing WWE Metal Sunday mornings on Sky One, whilst repeating in the week on Sky Sports. The Sunday morning airing moved to Sky Sports in January 2005.
In Australia, WWE After Burn debuted on June 15, 2008 on Channel Nine. After Burn was the only free-to-air WWE show in Australia back then as Raw, SmackDown, NXT, Superstars and Vintage Collection are on FOX8. After Burn was moved from 1pm Sundays to 12am Tuesdays. After Burn hasn't been shown on Channel Nine since Wed 28 July at 12:10 AM. One and the high-definition simulcast (Ten's 24/7 sports channel) has announced that they would broadcast a show similar called The WWE Experience starting November 4. The show will broadcast every Thursday at 8:30 on One in Australia.
|2016–present||Scott Stanford and Cathy Kelley|
Special guest hosts
|2002||Josh Matthews||Mathews would occasionally host the show before staying at the position.|
|2005||Michael Cole & Tazz||Mathews was on the Girls Gone Wild Tour.|
|2008 & 2009||Jack Korpela||Mathews was WWE's correspondent at both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions|
|After Burn Debut||May 25, 2002||Ivory||First Episode of After Burn|
|After Burn 300th episode||February 17, 2008||Josh Mathews||celebrated its 300th episode|
|After Burn Best Of 2010||October 3, 2010||Jack Korpela||The Best Of Smackdown 2010. Matches form April 2010 - September 2010|
|Current World Wrestling Entertainment programming|
|Raw • Main Event • SmackDown • Superstars • Total Divas • Total Bellas|
|A.M Raw • After Burn • NXT • Bottom Line • The WWE Experience|
|MSG Classics • The Vintage • Classics On Demand|
|Hall of Fame • Tribute to the Troops|
|List of pay-per-view events • Free for All • WWE Kickoff Show|
|Countdown • WrestleMania Rewind • The Monday Night War • This Week in WWE • WWE Beyond The Ring • WWE Video Vault • WWE Rivalries • WWE Specials • WWE Legends' House • WWE Legends of Wrestling • WWE 24 • WWE Honors Black History Month|
|USA Network • Syfy •|