Peacock, the new streaming service from NBC Universal, launched Wednesday. With shows and movies such as “30 Rock,” “Jurassic Park,” “The Office,” new original programs and live news, late-night programs and, of course, sports, the obvious question to ask is “How to get Peacock?”
One can learn more here, or just download the app from the App store or Google Play. It’s available for free with ads and feature 13,000 hours of content. Peacock Premium, which has 20,000 hours of content, will be available for $4.99 (or free for Comcast and Cox subscribers). An ad-free Peacock Premium will also be available for $10 a month. (It’s not on Roku or Amazon devices yet.)
Sports fans can get started by watching four Premier League games (see schedule here) or watching some of the many replays available, documentaries such as “Tiger Woods Chasing History,” “1968,” “I Am Ali,” “Dream Team” or two of the original sports specials “Lost Speedways” and “In Deep with Ryan Lochte.”
The full press release for Peacock is below. It includes a lengthy list of some of the available content.
New York, NY – July 14, 2020 – Peacock, NBCUniversal’s new highly anticipated streaming service, will officially launch tomorrow offering consumers across the country a world-class collection of the best live and on demand programming from NBCUniversal and beyond.
Peacock will offer more than 20,000