I rate Peacock a 7.9 on 10. NBC's video streaming service mixes an imperfect (but growing) library of fan-favorite series and movies with live news and sports at a fair fee. There's even a completely free, ad-supported tier available.
However, the current lineup of originals is limited, the movie library is frequently updated, and only Premium Plus customers have access to movies that can be downloaded for offline watching.
Despite this, the free version's extensive streaming library and HD streaming features attract more members. In addition, the vast library of free content on Peacock is engaging. Still, the scarcity of recent movies and NBC's repertoire's limitations make Peacock Premium appear to be a needless purchase.
DESPITE BEING ON THE COMPANY'S FUTURE ROADMAP, Peacock TVstill lacks support for 4K HDR video and Dolby Atmos. I enjoy the simple pricing structure, but the Premium plan is too limited; this paid tier still includes advertisements.
Peacock (owned by Comcast) from NBCUniversal was one of the last traditional media companies to create a service. Peacock offers various NBC network shows, original series, popular films, and live sporting events. Peacock's on-demand streaming is based on a freemium approach, with a combination of TV episodes, movies, and live sports available for free with commercials.
In addition, subscribers to Peacock Premium get access to exclusive Peacock channels as well as an extensive back archive of NBC programming.
Peacock TV is a free service that progresses to a paid service of a premium price of $9.99.
What does it lack?