WWE Network Celebrates 30 Years of The Undertaker With "30 Days of the Deadman" Collection

In case five chapters of the long-awaited The Last Ride docuseries - plus a bonus chapter full of road stories from one of the most guarded characters in all of wrestling - wasn’t enough, the WWE Network has you covered. Beginning Sunday, October 25th, the same day as WWE’s next Pay-Per-View event Hell in a Cell, the over-the-top streaming service will present a special celebration of The Undertaker, titled “30 Days of the Deadman.”

The collection will feature four new documentaries, loaded with archival interviews and footage from several WWE Superstars and Legends, including (but definitely not limited to) Edge, Kane, Jeff Hardy, Randy Orton, and Triple H. With thirty years of ground to cover, it’s a wonder what these next four specials will offer up.

Thanks to the First Look trailer released early on Sunday, we know now what will come to the Network. First, on October 25th, presumably following Hell in a Cell, is a new episode of WWE Untold, which will focus on “The Phenom & The Legend Killer,” during their epic feud which spanned the bulk of 2005. On November 1st will be Meeting Mark Calaway, which centers around the line between Mark Calaway the man, and The Undertaker the legend.

Then on November 8th, the theme is The Mortician: The Story of Paul Bearer, focusing on the iconic manager and real-life mortician that helped build the character that was The Undertaker. Finally, over seven years after his death, the WWE Universe will get a peek behind the curtain at the man once known as Percival Pringle III, but forever known for the shrill voice and that symbolic urn. Finally, on November 15th, the collection’s conclusion comes with Brothers of Destruction, a look at the relationship between two of the greatest characters in all of sports-entertainment, The Undertaker and Kane.

While not part of the new airings, on November 22nd, the night of this year’s Survivor Series and the recognized anniversary of The Undertaker’s debut in WWE, the inaugural episode of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions starring The Undertaker will be replayed, again likely following the Pay-Per-View event.

Watch the First Look trailer for the collection below: