World Wrestling Entertainment previously told fans that its first 24/7 live-streaming network would launch in 2014. That network has now gone live in the US, thanks to a suite of new apps for almost every platform out there.

WWE Network apps are available for Android, Apple TV, iOS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Roku players, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. But you'll have to pay $10 a month on any of the platforms in order to stream more than 1,500 hours of WWE content.

The new apps will provide full coverage of live wrestling events, including WrestleMania, and they'll have behind-the-scenes looks such as documentaries as well as classic matches. They'll even work as second-screen companions while you're watching WWE on television.

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For a limited time, fans in the US can get a one-week free trial of the WWE's live-streaming network. But the UK won't get access until late 2014 or early 2015. The WWE Network is also expected to launch in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong,and the Nordic countries.