Outside of the cheaper pay-per-view prices and the access to WWE's old library, one of the selling points of the WWE Network was the promise of fresh programming. At the forefront of that concept was Legends Housea show which would borrow the premise from The Real World and The Surreal Life of having a group of people live together while being filmed. This was nothing new and original that television audiences haven't seen before, but since the cast was made up entirely of wrestlers, it was an easy pitch to the WWE Universe that caught on. Judging by its performance as one of the higher viewed shows on the network, it seems like Legends House has the potential to last for years. Even though this week saw the first season's finale and it would be a perfect time to reminisce about the best moments that have already passed, it's also a perfect time to speculate about that future to come. Big Brother is gearing up for season 16. Survivor has almost hit its 30th season. Both of those shows have made it a point to create gimmicks when casting for new seasons to help spice things up. Will Legends House do the same to keep things interesting? Are there even enough worthwhile names to bring on for a second season, let alone more? In fact, there is a lot of potential for Legends House and a multitude of different directions WWE can go for season 2 and onward.
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