John Cena’s inaugural chat show will be available on Roku Originals.

“What Drives You” is a program produced and hosted by Cena, which follows him and his celebrity companions as they travel in the preferred vehicles of the visitors. Throughout these comprehensive interviews, the attendees will recount anecdotes pertaining to their unique experience while participating in conversational exchanges that range from lighthearted to profoundly personal.

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“From your personality type to your most valued and prioritized possessions, the vehicle you operate and the location of your vehicle travel can reveal a great deal about you,” Cena said in a statement. “‘What Drives You’ revolves around utilizing this, as well as the individual bond that each guest has with their vehicle and a sentimental destination, as the foundation for an open and diverse dialogue. “I am privileged to ride shotgun and gain knowledge from some of the most inspiring and entertaining people in the world.”

Cena has previously appeared in “Die Hart 2: Die Harter” and the forthcoming docuseries “WWE Superstars of Tomorrow,” both of which he will executive produce, and this talk series strengthens his relationship with Roku Originals.

Brian Tannenbaum, head of originals at Roku Media, stated, “We are delighted to collaborate with John Cena and Leftfield Pictures to bring our audience ‘What Drives You,’ a talk series that combines John’s interests in automobiles, conversation, and entertainment.” “Every conversation John has is imbued with extraordinary vitality; he provides viewers with an intimate look at the personal lives of each guest.”

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Leftfield Pictures, an ITV America division, will produce “What Drives You.” Executive producers include David George, Shawn Witt, Sean Moran, Jay Bienstock, Cena, and Dan Baime. The series is supervised by Sean Boyle on behalf of Roku Originals.

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