The Cruiserweights may already have found a new home on Monday Night Raw, but now they will be getting their own exclusive showcase on the WWE Network.
WWE announced Wednesday that "205 Live" -- a new one-hour, in-ring program -- will premiere Tuesday, Nov. 29, following the success of the WWE Network's recent Cruiserweight Classic.
Just like that tournament, "205 Live" will exclusively feature Superstars that are 205 pounds and under.
The show will air at 10 p.m. ET on Tuesdays, and will be followed on the WWE Network by "Talking Smack."
"205 Live is a natural progression to showcase the depth of our roster," said Paul "Triple H" Levesque, WWE Executive Vice President, Talent, Live Events & Creative.
Gran Metallik, whom Perkins defeated in the final of the Cruiserweight Classic to become the inaugural Cruiserweight Champion, will also appear on the show.
Japanese star Akira Tozawa and Britain's Jack Gallagher, yet to be seen on Raw, are penciled in to appear on "205 Live," too, along with fellow Cruiserweight Classic competitors Gurv Sihra and Harv Sihra -- who also competed in the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic on NXT as the Bollywood Boyz.
"SmackDown Live's" Mauro Ranallo -- who called the action on the Cruiserweight Classic alongside Daniel Bryan -- will return to calling cruiserweight action with RAW and NXT color commentator Corey Graves.
"With the addition of '205 Live' to an already robust programming schedule, WWE continues to enhance the value of WWE Network for our subscribers," said Michelle Wilson, WWE Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer.
"We take pride in listening to our fans and delivering even more live, premium content that they are asking for."