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Peacock is about to add every episode of Saturday Night Live ever made

Peacock is about to add every episode of Saturday Night Live ever made

If you want to take a trek back down memory lane -- or perhaps just catch up on the last few years of Saturday Night Live sketches -- NBC's Peacock will soon have you covered. The company is about to launch the full catalog of Saturday Night Live episodes to its streaming service, giving viewers access to all 45 seasons of the comedy show in a single destination. This marks a milestone for long-running series, which has never before been available to stream in its entirety from a single platform.

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Roku will finally get NBC’s Peacock streaming app after months of arguing

Roku will finally get NBC’s Peacock streaming app after months of arguing

Months after officially opening to the public, Roku has finally settled a deal that will bring NBCUniversal's streaming service Peacock to its platform, the company has announced. The news comes only days after the negotiations entered a more heated phase, with Roku and Comcast dragging their drama into the public light alongside the threat of Roku's platform entirely losing NBC TV apps.

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Peacock to reboot hit ’90s sitcom ‘Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ as a drama

Peacock to reboot hit ’90s sitcom ‘Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ as a drama

We've been hearing various rumors about a potential Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reboot for years, but now it seems it is finally going to happen...sort of. Newly launched streaming service Peacock plans to release a two-season 'reboot' of the show, one that is styled as a drama rather than a sitcom, and that is set in modern life with modern issues. The show is based on a trailer that went viral last year.

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NBC’s Peacock will be streaming home for Clueless TV reboot

NBC’s Peacock will be streaming home for Clueless TV reboot

NBC's newly launched Peacock streaming service will be the destination for Clueless, a reboot of the '90s TV show by the same name. The show itself comes from CBS TV Studios and we've known about it since last year. Though the show has been in development for several months, that work took place without any particular network attached to air the television show. Now that has changed.

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Peacock confirms delayed PlayStation 4 launch

Peacock confirms delayed PlayStation 4 launch

For weeks, NBCUniversal has been slowly revealing new details and launch platforms for its incoming streaming service Peacock. The service's global launch is tomorrow, and it turns out that NBC has struck a distribution agreement with Sony that will see Peacock come to PlayStation consoles. However, those of you using a PlayStation 4 as your primary media box will have to wait a few days longer than those on other platforms, as Peacock won't be available on PS4 right away.

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Peacock lines up free Premier League content for launch

Peacock lines up free Premier League content for launch

With Peacock's launch date quickly approaching, NBCUniversal continues to trickle release information about the streaming service. Today, NBC announced that Peacock will be home to a lot of NBC Sports Premier League coverage when it launches on July 15th. This seems to be a one-day-only promo meant to give those exploring the service a taste of NBC Sports' soccer coverage.

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Peacock Android, Chromecast release brings NBC streaming with Premium promo

Peacock Android, Chromecast release brings NBC streaming with Premium promo

Slowly but surely, NBCUniversal has been announcing its launch plans for its streaming service, Peacock. Strangely, the company seems to be making these announcements on a platform-by-platform basis. Last month, it told us when we can expect Peacock on Apple and Xbox devices, and today we're learning that it will also be coming to various Google platforms as well.

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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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