WWE releases Undertaker: The Last Ride series in full for free

In honor of WWE honoring 30 Years of The Undertaker with their “30 Days of The Deadman” celebration on the WWE Network, fans can now watch the critically-acclaimed Undertaker: The Last Ride multiple-part documentary series — for free!



WWE announced on Monday morning that the entire multiple-part original documentary series “The Last Ride” featuring the Undertaker wrapping up his legendary journey in World Wrestling Entertainment has been released in full via the free version of the WWE Network.

WWE.com released the following announcement:

    Undertaker: The Last Ride now available in its entirety on the Free Version of WWE Network

    Undertaker: The Last Ride, the groundbreaking WWE Network docuseries that gave viewers an unprecedented look at The Phenom as he prepared for the final chapters of his 30-year WWE career, is now yours to watch on demand, in its entirety, on the Free Version of WWE Network.

    The newly unlocked Last Ride series is part of WWE Network’s ongoing 30 Days of The Deadman celebration, which features a wide array of new documentaries and Undertaker-themed programming over the next month. 30 Days of The Deadman kicked off last night with WWE Untold: The Phenom & The Legend Killer, detailing The Undertaker and Randy Orton’s hellacious rivalry in 2005.

    In addition to all five chapters of The Last Ride, the series’ epilogue — Tales from The Deadman — has also been unlocked on the Free Version of WWE Network. Emmy-nominated actor and producer Timothy Olyphant narrates the show, which features The Undertaker sharing even more stories from his legendary career.

    Undertaker: The Last Ride will be available on the Free Version of WWE Network for a limited time, so don’t wait! No credit card is required to sign up for WWE Network’s Free Version. To access, download the WWE App on any device, including TVs, gaming consoles, mobile phones, tablets and computers.

Matt Boone
Matt Boone
Matt Boone has two decades of experience in wrestling and MMA journalism, dating back to WrestleZone.com and co-hosting Wrestle Zone Radio.

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