El Rey Network has attracted Lucha Underground to wrestling fans and will be closed at the end of this year. CableFax reports that the network from Robert Rodriguez will cease operations on December 31.
El Rey has broadcasted many new content and new content that it has aired over the past seven years, such as From dusk to dawn: series, Matador, Texas Justice, kingWait, but for wrestling fans, its most famous is the home of Lucha Underground, which has been in business for three seasons.Since the end of the promotion, the network has been dealing with wrestling content with less content through talk shows Vampire: Release.
After Univision announced in November that it would sell its stake in the network when developing sales opportunities, El Rey̵
Rodriguez said at Univision’s exit last month that he “believes that with this strong foundation, we will continue to successfully serve one of the most important and influential audiences.” Some speculated, The network may shift its operations to streaming media capacity, where Rodriguez found successful content, such as directing TV series Mandalorian Disney+ and Netflix release Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Fan sequel We can be heroes At Christmas.
El Rey was originally launched as a condition of the merger of Comcast and NBCUniversal, which is a channel that supports a small number of viewers.