NBC Universal has just launched streaming service Peacock, officially live for fans to subscribe to according to Comicbook.com. Peacock is accessible though devices that include cell phones, Apple TV, and tablets however not available on Roku or Fire TV.
NBCUniversal unique designed a free, ad-supported level with a smaller content library for those who didn’t wish to pay for another streaming service. Peacock has two additional levels users can unlock including Premium and Ad-Free. While Premium still has ads, it offers the entire selection that the service offers for $29.99 per year. The Ad-Free version, having the same catalog as Premium, is offered for $79.99 per year. Following the current deal, Premium will start at $4.99 each month and Ad-Free will remain at $9.99. Both versions unlock over 2,000 hours of content.
Via Comicbook.com, shows included in the NBC Universal package include Shrek, Lone Survivor, Ted, Identity Thief, Children of Men, Charlie Wilson’s War, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Frankenstein, Kicking and Screaming, Larry Crowne, You, Me & Dupree, America’s Got Talent, Blindspot, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, A Little Late with Lilly Singh, Saturday Night Live, Superstore, Law & Order: SVU, Chicago P.D., Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, New Amsterdam, Manifest, The Titan Games, Hollywood Game Night, World of Dance, The Kelly Clarkson Show, Access Hollywood, Days of Our Lives, Dateline, NBC Nightly News, and Meet the Press.
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