If you also love streaming services, you will definitely get brand-new NBCUniversal’s Peacock had a wide release on July 15. Even though it still isn’t available on Roku or Amazon devices, there are still plenty of different ways to watch it So here is everything you need to know about Peacock.
Peacock showcases NBCUniversal properties. This includes Universal movies, and series from networks like USA, Syfy, NBC, and more. Moreover, content from the networks under the ViacomCBS is also included in Peacock, it also includes GameSpot’s parent company, along with content from A&E and History channels.
In a video presentation earlier this year for peacock, the show was showcased as the part from TV hits like Office, Parks, and Recreation, like your Saturday nights live, or a Murder story like many more movies and TV shows. She wrote Xena: Warrior Princess, and more. Additionally, movies like Shrek, Minions, and Fast & Furious were shown as well. Reality TV was also highlighted, with shows like WWE’s Total Divas appearing, an E! Networkproperty, which falls under the NBCUniversal umbrella. Countless movies, shows, and originals can be viewed in 4K Ultra-high definition but here will be a large VOD library to watch all of these programs it is also something HBO Max has yet to deliver on.
Day one originals:
Here are some more upcoming Peacock original series that were revealed at an earlier video presentation and a short description.
- Brave New World
- The Capture
- Lost Speedways With Dale Earnhardt Jr.
- Where’s Waldo?
- Cleopatra in Space
- Psych 2: Lassie Come Home
- In Deep With Ryan Lochte
- Curious George
Where to Look
there are a few platforms missing for Peacock that many people use, As previously mentioned, Android devices are available on the list, is expected that users were supposed to be able to access the service through them on the launch day. Except for Xfinity boxes, for Comcast subscribers, Peacock is confirmed for all the platforms we are going to mention below
Where to Watch
- Xbox 1
- Google/Android devices
- Vizio Smartcast
- LG Smart TVs
Even though peacock holds a tiered based pricing system, they also come with a free version, but as the ad-supported and does not contain any original programming. You need to pay in order to watch original content such as Brave new world.
Peacock Upcoming original series
These are some upcoming original shows that are going to available on Peacock streaming services
- Angelyne – A docuseries about a woman in LA who drives around in a pink Cadillac and gets people to pay her to hang out with her.
- Battlestar Galactica – Sam Esmail briefly talked about the rebooted series. There wasn’t a lot of new insight, but there were lots of clips shown from the Syfy series.
- Expecting – Produced by Mindy Kaling, the series follows a woman who asks her gay friend to be a sperm donor.
- A.P. Bio – The NBC series will move to Peacock for its third season.
- The Kids Tonight Show – It’s The Tonight Show, with kids doing the interviewing.
- MacGruber -Will Forte was announced to reprise the role of the MacGuyver-parody.
- The Amber Ruffin Show – A weekly, stripped-down late show, hosted by Amber Ruffin.
- Hart to Heart – An interview series featuring Kevin Hart.
- Girls 5 Eva – Tina Fey will write the new comedy, which is about a girl group “getting the band back together.”
- Saved by the Bell – This new series takes place in modern-day, where Zack Morris is the mayor of California, and the show follows a new batch of students at Bayside High School.
- Rutherford Falls – Ed Helms stars in the scripted comedy about a man trying to change his life, whose town is named after his family.
- Division One – Produced by Amy Poehler, the comedic series follows a women’s college soccer team.
Peacock tiers and cost:
- Free: 7,500 hours of ad-supported programming. Includes current seasons of TV shows, movies, TV classics, news and sports, Hispanic, streaming channels, and more.
- $5 a month: 15,000 hours of ad-supported programming. Includes everything in the previous tier, plus original series, 4K/UHD viewing, premium moves, full tent-pole series, and more.
- $10 a month: Everything in previous tiers, without ads.