NBC has recently announced that their new streaming service, Peacock, will launch in April 2020. Currently there are no further details regarding pricing.
The company also announced that the platform will be the new and exclusive home of The Office and Parks and Recreation (now what are we supposed to do with our Netflix subscriptions?!) Peacock will also offer a variety of NBC shows, including 30 Rock (currently available on Hulu), Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Hulu), Cheers (Netflix, Hulu), and Saturday Night Live (Hulu). They have not yet confirmed whether those shows will also become exclusive to Peacock.
The platform will also bring in new shows, including a Battlestar Galactica reboot from Sam Esmail (Mr. Robot), an adaptation of Brave New World, and Saved by the Bell and Punky Brewster reboots. It will also feature movies from studios including Universal Pictures, DreamWorks Animation, Focus Features, and more. You can find more details about Peacock here.
NBC will officially launch Peacock, the streaming home of The Office and other shows you used to watch on Netflix, in 2020 https://t.co/dJXYZiyp19 pic.twitter.com/k8sMZtEfzW
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