Some of the greatest content WWE has produced over the last several years has been their documentary series that have aired on the WWE Network and Peacock. Now WWE is being acknowledged for three of them, particularly as they have been named finalists for the New York Festivals TV & Film Awards.
Three of the primary WWE documentary formats are represented in “WWE 24”, “WWE Untold”, and “WWE Chronicle”.
The three WWE documentaries that were announced as finalists are:
- WWE 24: Edge – The Second Mountain is up for “Documentary: Biography/Profiles.”
- WWE Chronicle: Jey Uso earned the nod for “Craft: Films/Productions: Cinematography.”
- WWE Untold: Goldberg’s streak is in the running for “Streaming: Streaming Documentary.”
The following is an excerpt from WWE.com that explains what the New York Festivals TV & Film Awards is:
New York Festivals TV & Film Awards “honors content in all lengths and forms from over 50 countries. Embracing all aspects of the Television and Film industries, categories mirror today’s global trends and encourage the next generation of story-tellers by recognizing innovators in 14 Category Groups: News Programs, News Reports/Features, Sports Programs, Documentary, Entertainment Programs, Entertainment Specials, Program Crafts, Promotions/Station IDs & Opens, Promo/ID & Open Crafts, Streaming, Student, Films, Corporate Image, and Film Crafts.”
If WWE wins in any of these categories, it will be announced at the Storytellers Gala honoring Radio and TV & Film Awards on October 12 during the NAB show in Las Vegas, Nevada.