Peacock Officially Launches: Full List of TV Shows and Movies, How to Sign Up, and Everything Else to Know

Peacock has descended upon us. Today brings the launch of NBCUniversal’s brand new streaming service, and with it comes the arrival of 15,000 hours of television and movies both new and old.

On the television front, fans can warm up to classics from NBC’s back catalogue, particularly 30 RockParks and Recreation, Friday Night Lights, Frasier, Unsolved Mysteries, and all the Law and Order series. On the film front, there are dozens of iconic Universal blockbusters, including Jurassic Park, E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, Back to the Future, and the list goes on.

There is also plenty of original programming to behold, specifically Brave New World, Cleopatra in Space, Curious George, In Deep with Ryan Lochte, Intelligence, Lost Speedways, Psych 2: Lassie Come Home, The Capture, and Where’s Waldo?.

What won’t be present, however, are staples like The Office and more of Peacock’s original programming. The former is tied up on Netflix until 2021, and production on the latter has been hampered by the coronavirus pandemic.

The free version of Peacock is ad-supported with no more than five minutes of ads per hour. While Peacock Premium is available at $4.99 a month with ads and $9.99 without. The Premium advantage allows exclusive next-day access to currently airing shows, as well as current seasons of shows like Law & Order: SVUBlindspot, and Chicago P.D. 

Below, you can find the full list of programming available at launch, in addition to more specific information on how to sign up and which platforms are currently offering the app. Unfortunately, not all of them are as of press time.

Programming: What’s on Peacock

TV Shows Available at Launch

30 Rock


A.P. Bio


Aaron Hernandez Uncovered


Access Hollywood


Airwolf


Alfred Hitchcock Presents


America’s Got Talent: Champions


American Greed


American Ninja Warrior


American Ninja Warrior Junior


Archibald’s Next Big Thing


Baby Einstein Classics


Bad Girls Club


Battlestar Galactica


Beat the Clock


Beethoven


Below Deck


Bethenny Ever After


Big Fun Crafty


Blindspot


Bluff City Law


Botched


Bring the Funny


Brooklyn Nine-Nine


Care Bears


Charmed


Cheers


Chrisley Knows Best


Coach


Columbo


Council of Dads


Covert Affairs


Crossing Jordan


Dahmer on Dahmer: A Serial Killer Speaks


Dateline


Days of Our Lives


Don’t Be Tardy


Dragons: Rescue Riders


Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer


Ellen’s Game of Games


Escape to the Chateau


Everybody Hates Chris


Everybody Loves Raymond


Face Off


Fievel’s American Tails


Final Appeal


Five Bedrooms


Flipping Out


Forensic Files


Frasier


Friday Night Lights


Friendly Monsters


George to the Rescue


Get Out of My Room


Ghost Hunters International


He-Man and the Masters of the Universe


Hell’s Kitchen


Heroes


Hollywood Game Night


Hollywood Medium


House


Indebted


Jay Leno’s Garage


Killer Couples


King of Queens


Kitchen Nightmares


Knight Rider


Kourtney & Kim Take New York


Late Night with Seth Meyers


Law and Order


Law and Order: Criminal Intent


Law and Order: SVU


Leave It to Beaver


Lincoln Rhyme: The Hunt for the Bone Collector


Lock-Up


Magnum P.I.


Making It


Manifest


Married to Medicine


Meet the Press


Miami Vice


Million Dollar Listing NY


Monk


Murder She Wrote


NBC Nightly News


Necessary Roughness


New Adventures of He-Man


New Amsterdam


Noddy in Toyland


Open House


Paranormal Witness


Parenthood


Parks and Recreation


Perfect Harmony


Psych


Punky Brewster


Ray Donovan


Real Husbands of Hollywood


Royal Pains


Sabrina: The Animated Series


Saturday Night Live


Saved By the Bell


Seaquest


Shahs of Sunset


She-Ra: Princess of Power


Sliders


Snapped


Songland


Southern Charm


Summer House


Sunnyside


Superstore


Talk Stoop


The A-Team


The Affair


The Carol Burnett Show


The Case of Caylee Anthony


The Commish


The Disappearance of Natalee Holloway


The Game


The George Lopez Show


The Greatest American Hero


The InBetween


The Jeff Foxworthy Show


The Johnny Carson Show


The Kelly Clarkson Show


The Land Before Time


The Munsters


The Profit


The Purge


The Rockford Files


The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon


The Wall


Three Days to Live


Titan Games


Top Chef


Top Chef Jr.


Top Chef Masters


Two and a Half Men


Undercover Boss


Unsolved Mysteries


Very Cavallari


WAGS


Warehouse 13


Will & Grace


Woody Woodpecker


World of Dance


Xena: Warrior Princess


Yellowstone


Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist

Films Available at Launch

A Beautiful Mind


American Beauty


American Pie


American Psycho


An Officer and a Gentleman


Back to the Future


Blue Crush


Brokeback Mountain


Casino


Catch Me If You Can


Children of Men


Dallas Buyers Club


Definitely Maybe


Despicable Me


Do the Right Thing


Erin Brockovich


ET. The Extra Terrestrial


Evan Almighty


Fatal Attraction


Fear


Field of Dreams


Fletch


Jaws


Jurassic Park


Kicking & Screaming


King Kong


Last Holiday


Leap Year


Liar Liar


Lost in Translation


Mamma Mia!


Meet Joe Black


Meet the Fockers


Meet the Parents


Monster’s Ball


Moonrise Kingdom


Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor


Patriot Games


Psycho


Ray


Reservoir Dogs


Robin Hood


Schindler’s List


Shrek


The Blair Witch Project


The Boss Baby 2


The Breakfast Club


The Croods


The Firm


The Godfather


The Godfather Part II


The Godfather Part III


The Graduate


The Mummy


The Mummy Returns


The Story of Us


The Talented Mr. Ripley


You Me and Dupree

Telemundo Available at Launch

¿Dónde Está Elisa?


100 Días para Enamorarnos


Al Otro Lado Del Muro


Betty En NY


Caso Cerrado


Cennet


Chiquis ’n Control


Corazón Valiente


El Baron


El Chema


El Rostro De La Venganza


Guerra De Ídolos


I Love Jenni


José José


La Doña


Mi Familia Perfecta


Minuto para Ganar


Noticiero Telemundo


Operación Pacífico


Perro Amor


Preso No. 1


Quien Es Quein


Reina De Corazones


Relaciones Peligrosas


Santa Diabla


The Riveras


Un Poquito Tuyo


Victoria and Victorinos

What’s Coming to Peacock in 2020/2021

Originals

Angelyne


Armas de Mujer


Code 404


Dr. Death


Girls5Eva


Hitmen


Lady Parts


Rutherford Falls

TV Shows

American Pickers


Ancient Aliens


Bates Motel


Chicago Fire


Chicago Med


Chicago P.D.


Cold Case Files


Curse of Oak Island


Downton Abbey


First 48


Keeping Up with the Kardashians


Madagascar: A Little Wild


Married.. With Children


Pawn Stars


Project Blue Book


Roseanne


Storage Wars


Suits


The Blacklist


The Mighty Ones


The Mindy Project


The Office


The Real Housewives of Dallas


This Is Us


TrollsTopia

Films

Bridesmaids


Fast & Furious


Knocked Up


The Big Lebowski


The Bourne Identity


Trolls World Tour


Apollo 13


Baby Mama


Fast 5


Meatballs


Notting Hill


Open Water


Scent of a Woman


The Bourne Supremacy


The Bourne Ultimatum


The Croods 2


The Hurt Locker

How to Get Peacock

Users can sign up for Peacock via the official website or through the various Peacock apps. Peacock is currently available on Android, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, Xbox One, Vizio SmartCast TVs, and LG Smart TV.

The Peacock app will arrive for the PlayStation 4 on the week of July 20th. There is also a desktop web player available for Mac, Windows, and Chromebook devices. It should be noted that Peacock is only available in the US.

What About If I Have an Amazon Fire Stick or Roku?

Bad news. Like HBO Max and WarnerMedia, Peacock and NBCUniversal doesn’t have agreements with either Amazon or Roku, which means you won’t be able to find the Peacock app in either of their app stores.

How Much Does Peacock Cost?

The free version of Peacock is ad-supported with no more than five minutes of ads per hour. While Peacock Premium is available at $4.99 a month with ads and $9.99 without.

What If I’m Subscribed Through Comcast and Xfinity?

Comcast X1 and Flex customers have had the service since this past April as the ad-supported streaming app was integrated directly into their X1 and Flex experiences. According to The Verge, Comcast will continue to offer free access to the Peacock Premium service to Xfinity Internet or Digital Starter TV customers. What’s more, Xfinity customers will be able to upgrade their free Peacock Premium plan to Premium Ad-Free by simply paying $4.99 per month. In fact, NBCUniversal is reportedly working on locking down similar deals with other cable and internet providers in the future.

July 16, 2020
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