Regarding Destination America possibly using their out clause with TNA at the end of September, Dave Meltzer and Bryan Alvarez noted on the latest Wrestling Observer Radio that it's not looking good for TNA.
While nothing has been said publicly regarding TNA's future with the network, no one has given the "thumbs up" internally. TNA has taped Impact Wrestling through this next month but as of this writing, there are no October tapings scheduled. There has been talk of taping in India this November but those tapings aren't confirmed either.
At this point, it has to be a running gag as I say this at least once every year, but it seems like this time it's happening. I feel like Destination America was last chance saloon for TNA, but they've screwed to pooch on that. It's basically a shell of TNA now.
It's sort of saddening the way they've built ONE new star up properly- Ethan Carter III- and the rest have either left or aren't really in the main event picture any more, which isn't how it's supposed to be. Give WWE as much shit as you want, they know who they want as stars and know how to focus a show around someone like Seth Rollins and then keep it consistent with Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, John Cena, Brock Lesnar, Randy Orton et all rather than TNA's ridiculous revolving-door way of booking.
Austin Aries, AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, practically everyone you associate with TNA is gone now and has no likelyhood of ever returning, because the company has burned so many bridges. They might manage Hulk Hogan again now, but they'd be silly to spend whatever money they have left on him when he can't wrestle any more and the alleged comments he's made have caused what I'd see as irreparable damage.
And then you've got GFW, where I feel all of these guys who need TNA and haven't got a lot to them are going to end up because WWE sure as shit doesn't know who Robbie E or Bram are. With their TNA/GFW Invasion angle (which isn't working because who the fuck is GFW), they've already got a TNA stink on them.
My point is TNA have dug themselves into a hole and if they make it to the end of the year, I'd be very, very surprised.