According to F4WOnline.com, there is a feeling amongst those backstage in TNA that the company will not remain with SpikeTV when its extension to the end of the year runs out.
As for why, SpikeTV reportedly wants out of the pro wrestling business, and while negotiations are ongoing between TNA and Spike, they aren’t said to be serious and Spike is considering TNA a lame-duck product.
The impression being given is TNA has found a new network to bring Impact to, although it’s not a very big one. SpikeTV is said to be willing to allow TNA to remain on the network, possibly on a week to week basis, until it transitions into the new network after the end of the year. The question keeps getting brought up backstage in TNA how willing SpikeTV will be to work with TNA on transitioning to a new network, so it appears as most believe Spike will be done with the company after the end of the year.