It will be interesting to see how USA deals with the show. In the announcement, USA president Chris McCumber said the format will be tweaked, and it will include more live elements. The only reason I can think of to include live elements is if this will be closer to an American Idol-style show, where the audience has an opportunity to vote. The other question is who will be involved with the show. The early MTV seasons specifically picked people who had little-to-no experience wrestling. The latest season, in 2011, on MTV did have some contestants with little experience, but some also had years of wrestling training, including independent star M-Dogg 20/Matt Cross. When the show was first rumored for the WWE Network, much of the talk revolved around primarily using wrestlers who were already under developmental contracts for the company but weren't yet on NXT. There are a lot of unknowns right now, including who the host will be (hosts in the past have included "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Taz and Al Snow), but it should provide some extra entertainment for wrestling fans when it does run.