The Latest on NBC's New Streaming Service Peacock | Celebrity Page

You could say everything old is new again at NBC's brand new streaming service. Peacock, of course, named after the iconic logo. It's now looking to compete with Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV+ and HBO Max...

Saved By The Bell on Peacock

Starting July 15th, Peacock hopes to compete with the other streaming services by mixing their iconic NBC Universal library (which includes networks such as: Bravo, E!, Syfy and USA) along with new content like reboots of Saved by the Bell and Punky Brewster.

Punky Brewster on Peacock

There will be two versions of Peacock; a free one and a paid one. The latter will give you access to the new, original shows, including a new comedy with a familiar Friend...

Intelligence on Peacock

David Schwimmer stars in the spy spoof, Intelligence.

Brave New World on Peacock

There's also the new sci-fi drama, Brave New World, with Solo star Alden Ehrenreich.

The Capture on Peacock

And a new British thriller called The Capture.

In Deep With Ryan Lochte on Peacock

Peacock also dives into the world sports with new reality shows starring Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte...

Lost Speedways with Dale Earnhardt Jr. on Peacock

...and Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Curious George on Peacock

There are also kids shows...

The Amber Ruffin Show on Peacock

...late night shows...

Psych 2: Lassie Come Home on Peacock

...and even new movies like this Psych 2 reunion film.

For customers of NBC's parent-company, Comcast, premium Peacock is free. But for the rest of us, we'll have to decide if we want to pay for yet another streaming service.

Peacock lands July 15th.

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