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  1. Comcast’s NBCUniversal Says Peacock Hit 33 Million Signups Comcast NBCU’s streaming service Peacock has hit 33 million signups across the U.S. to date, parent Comcast said Thursday. That’s up from 28 million on Dec. 8 when execs last updated the figure at an investor conference. Peacock launched nationally in July with two tiers. Peacock Premium, $4.99 a month with ads, and Peacock Premium Plus, $9.99 with no ads. Peacock Premium comes free to some Comcast and Cox subscribers. We’ll get some color at a conference call with ex
  2. ‘Modern Family’ Sets Full-Series Streaming Run On Both Peacock And Hulu Modern Family, which wrapped its highly decorated, 11-season broadcast TV run last year, is embarking on a significant new streaming chapter via a shared deal with Peacock and Hulu. Starting February 3, all 250 episodes of the sitcom will be available on both services after years of only having a limited batch of episodes on Hulu. The go-go streaming market remains in effect, with sources indicating a multi-year acquisition price well into nine figures, consistent with healthy rates for
  3. Peacock will stream Indycar practice and qualifying sessions this season No need to buy a separate NBC Sports Gold pass. USA Today Sports / reuters When the 2021 Indycar season starts on April 18th, you’ll be able to watch some of the action through Peacock Premium. NBCUniversal announced today it will stream live coverage of qualifying and practice sessions that lead up to the Indianapolis 500, as well as Indy Lights races, warmups and replays of Indycar races through the service. If you want to watch each event live, every single one will be broadcast th
  4. NBCU’s Peacock Pins WWE Network Exclusive U.S. Streaming Rights Courtesy of WWE NBCUniversal’s Peacock soon will be the only place to watch WWE Network in the U.S. WWE and NBCU reached a multiyear agreement giving Peacock exclusive streaming rights to WWE Network for American viewers. The over-the-top wrestling entertainment service’s existing U.S. subscribers (about 1.1 million in total) will be migrated over to Peacock Premium, where they’ll continue to get access to WWE Network but will pay 50% less per month while getting full ac
  5. Peacock's Pricing Tiers Rewritten to Be Based Entirely on 'The Office' It finally happened. The Sizable Streaming Switch, as we'll recount it to our grandchildren (we become fond of alliteration in our old age), involved that perennial Netflix fave The Office heading on home to the NBC-owned streaming service Peacock. While this move comes with some bonuses for loyal Dunder-Mifflin employees — like never-before-seen footage getting dropped in your laps — the deal definitely favors Peacock's fortunes. They need to do what they can to play with the big, established dogs
  6. Now 'The Office' is a Peacock exclusive The streaming wars have cost Netflix subscribers 'The Office,' now that it's a Peacock-exclusive. NBCUniversal Even though the US version of The Office has been off the air for years, its familiarity and light brand of workplace comedy has kept it atop the streaming charts ever since. However, now that NBC has a streaming service of its own, it’s snatched the subscription streaming rights back, removing The Office from Netflix as the calendar turned over from 2020 to 2021. If you like watch
  7. All 45 seasons of Saturday Night Live are coming to Peacock Live from Peacock, it’s every season of SNL If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement. Will Heath/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images Saturday Night Live’s complete library will be available to stream on NBCUniversal’s streaming platform, Peacock, beginning October 1st, according to Variety and Deadline. It marks the first time in yea
  8. The Harry Potter films are headed to Peacock, in a perfect example of how confusing streaming is One of Warner Bros. biggest franchises will stream on NBCUniversal’s service Image: Harry Potter/Warner Brothers The tangled journey of the streaming rights for the Harry Potter films just got even more confusing, as Peacock has announced that it’ll be offering the series starting in October. The Potter films are currently streaming on HBO Max but are set to leave the service on August 25th.
  9. No official price yet, but it'll have reboots of reboots. NBC will launch its streaming service, now officially called Peacock, in April, NBCUniversal said Tuesday. The service is pinning its hopes on streaming success against a ballooning group of competitors by leaning into popular titles like The Office and Parks and Recreation, a library of movies from its studios and a slate of originals that includes a bunch of reboots (including reboots of reboots). The company didn't specify pricing, other than to confirm that Peacock will have a paid subscription a
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