Changes are on the horizon for several upcoming episodes of WWE SmackDown this Fall, brought about by scheduling conflicts.
As reported by PWInsider, certain episodes of the show will be relocated to FS1 in the upcoming months.
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The adjustments stem from the forthcoming Major League Baseball World Series broadcasting on FOX. SmackDown will transition to FS1 during the following weeks:
- Game 1 of the World Series on Friday, October 27
- Game 6 of the World Series (if required) on Friday, November 3
Additionally, the show will find its place on FS1 on Black Friday (November 24) due to FOX’s coverage of College Football featuring Oregon State in Oregon.
It’s worth noting that the episode aired on FS1 on July 21 garnered the highest ratings the show has seen on the channel since 2019.