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Episodes of The Office, Parks and Rec, Seinfeld licensed through 2025

Episodes of The Office, Parks and Rec, Seinfeld licensed through 2025

What in the world is going on here, you might be saying - aren't The Office and Parks and Recreation already over? Yes, both of these mocumentary-style television shows are done, and there will be no new episodes (for now). But the rights, the precious rights, like the spice melange, they must flow! The rights have been renewed for cable - exclusively*!

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NBC Peacock streaming TV may be free in 2020

NBC Peacock streaming TV may be free in 2020

If NBC follows through with today's report, they'd be the first "totally free streaming video service" to be delivered by a major media provider. Of course, said streaming video provider wouldn't likely be delivered COMPLETELY free. Instead, today's report means it's likely NBC's Peacock will be free, with advertisements. So sorta like what Hulu did when they started... only a little bit different.

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‘The Office’ reboot may debut on NBCU’s Peacock streaming service

‘The Office’ reboot may debut on NBCU’s Peacock streaming service

Earlier today, NBCUniversal finally revealed the name for its previously announced streaming service. Called Peacock, the platform will offer both existing and original content, the latter of which will include reboots of Saved by the Bell and Battlestar Galactica. The company previously announced that Peacock will be the exclusive streaming destination for The Office, and that may include a brand new reboot.

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NBCUniversal’s Peacock hopes these new shows will make you subscribe

NBCUniversal’s Peacock hopes these new shows will make you subscribe

Does your wallet, heart, and soul have space for another streaming service? NBCUniversal is counting on it, announcing its own Netflix, Hulu, and Apple TV+ rival will be called Peacock when it launches in April 2020.

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NBC Sports Gold streaming service arrives on Xfinity X1 and Flex

NBC Sports Gold streaming service arrives on Xfinity X1 and Flex

NBC Sports Gold, the company's live and on-demand sports streaming platform, has launched on Comcast Xfinity X1 and Xfinity Flex. Consumers who subscribe to either of these Comcast products will be able to directly access the NBC sports product, according to the company, including all fifteen of the subscription options available through NBC Sports Gold.

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Here’s how Twitter 2020 Olympics streaming coverage is limited

Here’s how Twitter 2020 Olympics streaming coverage is limited

For the past two decades - and the foreseeable future - the place to watch the Olympics is NBC, either by tuning in on cable or by watching on NBC's own digital streaming platform. NBC is beginning to loosen its tight grip on Olympics coverage ever so slightly, agreeing to allow Twitter to stream some coverage during the 2020 Tokyo Summer Games. Twitter won't get to stream much coverage, but it's better than nothing.

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The Office will stream exclusively on NBCUniversal’s service in 2021

The Office will stream exclusively on NBCUniversal’s service in 2021

The US adaption of hit television show The Office will stream exclusively on NBCUniversal's future streaming service starting in 2021, the company has announced. That's bad news for fans who presently have access to the show through two of the most popular streaming services, Hulu and Netflix. All nine seasons of the series will be available to stream through the upcoming service.

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Comcast activity monitor may let Grandma stay safe at home

Comcast activity monitor may let Grandma stay safe at home

It would appear that Comcast wants to monetize your health. Word this afternoon is that Comcast is working on a smart home device not unlike that of the Amazon Echo and/or Google Home. Smart home speaker is the name of the game, and Comcast is aiming at making cash via hospitals. If they can keep you out of the emergency room, surely they deserve compensation for your health - and the health of your grandmother?

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Disney takes Hulu control: Here’s what it means to your shows

Disney takes Hulu control: Here’s what it means to your shows

Comcast is handing over full control of Hulu to Disney, a move that could have big implications for which of your favorite shows you can watch on the streaming service. The deal sees Disney take full operational control of Hulu moving forward, as well as a shuffling in the licenses to NBCUniversal shows.

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine hit sitcom gets Season 7 renewal from NBC

Brooklyn Nine-Nine hit sitcom gets Season 7 renewal from NBC

Hit sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been renewed for Season 7, the team has announced, guaranteeing episodes leading into 2020. The comedy series originally premiered on FOX in late 2013, earning multiple awards during its multi-year run on the network. Unfortunately, FOX decided to cancel the show last year, but NBC picked it up soon after.

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Apple video service will make starry March 25 event debut: Report

Apple video service will make starry March 25 event debut: Report

Apple was tipped to call upon "Hollywood stars" to attend a March 25th event for the launch of a new video service. This video service would join a new News subscription service that'd also launch on the same day, at the same event. The video service would be similar to, but not the same as, major video streaming services already on the market like Amazon Prime Video and Netflix.

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NBC streaming service to launch in 2020 with free access for pay-TV users

NBC streaming service to launch in 2020 with free access for pay-TV users

NBCUniversal will soon launch its own streaming service, taking on CBS All Access and other established, competing video streaming destinations. The upcoming streaming service will be ad-supported, meaning viewers won't need to pay monthly but will see advertisements. That only applies to the industry's pay-TV customers, however -- cord-cutters won't get the same free access.

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