NBC offers monthlong free trial for comedy streaming site SeeSo


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NBC Universal is sweetening the deal for its upcoming comedy streaming channel SeeSo. Today, NBCU announced it will offer a monthlong, Web-only free trial period for interested consumers to scope out its full range of content.

The free trial launches Dec. 3, along with the first of SeeSo’s originals. A second wave of original series will go live Dec. 17, which is still within the trial period.

Announced last month by NBC Universal Digital Enterprises, SeeSo is being touted as a subscription-based streaming channel that will isolate and expand on the broadcaster’s popular comedy brand. The service will offer programming from NBC’s archive of iconic shows, including 30 Rock, Parks and Recreation, The Office, and Saturday Night Live, as well as feature licensed comedy classics from outside the NBC family, such as Monty Python’s Flying Circus and Fawlty Towers

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The free trial is a chance to get subscribers hooked on an impressive back catalog of comedy before the service’s $3.99 paywall goes up. It’s also a chance to introduce the world to SeeSo’s lineup of original programming targeted at cord-cutting comedy fans. The channel's originals will feature comedy nerd darlings such as Community creator Dan Harmon and the founders of improv troupe the Upright Citizens Brigade, along with emerging digital and standup stars including Cameron Esposito.

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NBC will launch comedies from Amy Poehler, Dan Harmon in new streaming service
NBC is getting into the streaming game. The company announced Thursday that it will launch a subscription comedy service called SeeSo in January.
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