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Total Bellas Season 1 premiere live stream: How to watch online


Well, the time has finally come for fans of Nikki and Brie Bella. After being part of the hit TV Show Total Divas for the better part of the last three years, The Bellas and their significant others are getting their own spinoff show called Total Bellas. It was announced back at the end of June that the Bellas would be getting their own show that would focus more on their lives.

It will focus on Brie’s transition from being a wrestler to a stay at home wife with her husband, current Smackdown Live GM Daniel Bryan. On the other side, it will focus on Nikki Bella’s transition from recouping from surgery to coming back to the ring in late August at Summerslam. There will also be the presence of Nikki’s boyfriend, current WWE superstar John Cena who has been in a relationship with Nikki Bella for the last couple of years. It will be a short series as it will consist of six, one-hour long episodes. The premise of this series is how do Daniel, Brie, Nikki, and John handle living under one roof.

The series will begin around the time both Nikki Bella and John Cena were injured and Daniel Bryan’s recent retirement from the ring. Also, it will also allow fans to get a VIP view of how Brie Bella became the nurse as she helped her sister and John Cena back to health while dealing with her husband retiring and her retiring. The show will also show how she was able to keep her sanity during the whole process.

I have a feeling this show will end up getting picked up for a whole season at some point. There four did well on Total Divas, and in all honesty, this show is no different. If anything, it just puts more of a focus on the Bellas life when they are not in a WWE ring.

Here is a quick trailer for the show:

Information:

Airs: Wednesday, October 5

Time: 8 pm ET

TV Channel: E!

Online Stream: Stream 1


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