All Elite Wrestling’s U.S. TV deal may have been leaked ahead of an official announcement.

A report from The Wrap states that a TV deal between the fledgling wrestling company and Turner Broadcasting is nearly done. The deal is rumored to be officially unveiled during WarnerMedia’s upfront on May 15.

Tony Khan, AEW President, and several roster members are expected to be in attendance at Madison Square Garden to help pitch AEW to advertisers. The expectation is that AEW’s weekly show will be airing on TNT.

Rumors of who will be home to AEW’s weekly show have been floating around since before the company announced its formation. As part of the first wave of trademarks filed that teased the creation of AEW, one of those trademarks was for something titled “Tuesday Night Dynamite.” And when it was revealed that AEW’s show would start in the fall, on the heels of WWE moving Smackdown Live to Friday nights on FOX, rumblings of who would be home to AEW’s show really ramped up.

TNT had been one of the networks consistently rumored given the network’s history going back to World Championship Wrestling and “Monday Night Nitro” in the 90s.

AEW’s first official pay-per-view is “Double or Nothing” in Las Vegas on May 25. Those currently scheduled to appear include Chris Jericho, Cody, Kenny Omega, The Young Bucks, The Lucha Bros., “Hangman” Page, PAC, Britt Baker, Kylie Rae, Jim Ross and many more.

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From left: Brandi Rhodes and Cody Rhodes, wrestlers and executives for All-Elite Wrestling. Tasia Wells/Getty Images for Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment