July 14, 2020
Peacock, NBCUniversal’s pending streaming service, July 14 announced it will be available on Sony Interactive Entertainment’s PlayStation 4 systems starting the week of July 20, shortly after Peacock’s national launch on July 15. Peacock will be available on PS4 and PS4 Pro, and Peacock will curate an always-on editorial row that features currently available content.
In April, Peacock’s early preview rolled out free to eligible Comcast’s Xfinity X1 and Flex subscribers.
At launch, the platform will offer an ad-supported free tier of movies, TV shows and live and on-demand programming across news, sports, reality and late night. Peacock Premium will be available for $4.99 per month (with ads). Users can upgrade to an ad-free tier for an additional $5 ($9.99 total) per month.
“We’ve made Peacock free to our distribution partners like Sony Interactive Entertainment so anyone can stream Peacock anywhere they choose,” Maggie McLean Suniewick, president, business development and partnerships, Peacock, said in a statement.
Peacock recently announced original programming available at launch including Brave New World, The Capture, Intelligence and Lost Speedways; sports documentary In Deep with Ryan Lochte; and the entire full-length film Psych 2: Lassie Come Home. In addition, customers will enjoy current season programming from NBC and Telemundo, access to hundreds of blockbuster movies like Jurassic Park, Do the Right Thing, and Shrek; and iconic shows including comedies Parks and Recreation, 30 Rock, Saturday Night Live, King of Queens, Everybody Loves Raymond, Two and a Half Men, Frasier, George Lopez, Psych, Monk and Cheers; dramas Law & Order: SVU, Downton Abbey, Yellowstone, Friday Night Lights, House, Battlestar Galactica, Parenthood, Heroes, and kids programing including Curious George, DreamWorks Where’s Waldo? and DreamWorks Cleopatra in Space.
Peacock users will also enjoy daily programming highlights from “Today,” “NBC Nightly News,” “Meet the Press,” “Noticias Telemundo,” MSNBC, CNBC, NBC Sports, E! News and Access Hollywood, and streaming channels including clip-based channels like the best Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers comedy sketches, the best sketches from the “SNL” Vault, plus news channels from NBC News Now and Sky News, and genre channels like True Crime, Reality Check-In and 80s Mix Tape.