WWE's "SmackDown" is trading the Cylons and ghost hunters of Syfy for a new tag-team partner, the USA Network.
The only pro wrestling show named after a catchphrase, "SmackDown" moves to USA after a five-year run on Syfy and stints on three other networks since its inception in April 1999.
USA has long served as the home of WWE's flagship show, "Raw," live every Monday night since 1993.
Now, USA has solidified its spot as the one-stop basic cable network for all WWE programming. "SmackDown," which is taped each Tuesday, moves to its new home at 8 p.m. Thursday.
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