Since its inception, the WWE Network has proved hugely successful for Vince McMahon and his company.
The service is now available internationally and as such has proved very popular across a whole host of countries across the world.
With this popularity however, comes great demand and the company is constantly required to produce relevant and exciting content in order to keep the many members of the WWE Universe interested.
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With WWE having the hard task of having to regularly provide new material for its paying subscribers, it becomes harder for every show produced to be such a success.
Given the hectic schedule of any WWE superstar, producing a programme which relies heavily on their involvement becomes increasingly hard to do.
With regard to the WWE Network original Swerved however, this is one show which the company can undoubtedly rely on to keep fans entertained, even if seasons are not produced all year round.
Following this week's edition of Monday Night Raw, the entire second season of Swerved was made available on the WWE Network, much to the delight of many WWE fans.
The producers have made this series different from the first, by turning the pranks around to being carried out by the WWE superstars instead of them being the victims.
As the first season of Swerved was so popular, followers of professional wrestling may feel that a change was not necessary, but just one episode into the second series it becomes clear that WWE definitely have got it right.
When the WWE superstars were the victims of the set-ups on Swerved, they often used their seniority as wrestlers as a way of getting out of the situation they were in.
This season however, opens up a whole different side to every professional wrestler involved and gives viewers a real insight as to what they are really like away from their characters.
The second season of Swerved is without doubt a must-watch for any WWE fan for this reason, as there are rare opportunities to see what WWE superstars are really like behind the scenes.
In one episode, WWE have perfected the show by combining its PG rating with the superstars by having a children's focus group set up by The New Day.
Swerved season two provides the ultimate connection between the company and its fans and it is for this reason that many members of the WWE Universe will hope the show has many more seasons to come.