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NBC’s upcoming streaming service, Peacock, will have a slew of ’80s reboots and original titles available when it launches.
The service will include access to NBC favorites like Parks and Recreation, Friday Night Lights, and yes, The Office (when it finally leaves Netflix in January 2021). Reboots of Battlestar Galactica, Punky Brewster, and Saved by the Bell are also in the works. Additionally, Bonnie Hammer, NBCUniversal chairman of direct-to-consumer and digital enterprises, teased a possible reboot of The Office to Deadline.
Everything we know so far about Peacock
Peacock is set to launch in April 2020. NBCUniversal has not announced a subscription price yet.
NBC series on Peacock
NBC series announced for the platform so far include 30 Rock, A.P. Bio, Bates Motel, Battlestar Galactica, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Cheers, Chrisley Knows Best, Covert Affairs, Downton Abbey, Everybody Loves Raymond, Frasier, Friday Night Lights, House, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, King of Queens, Married… With Children, Monk, Parenthood, Parks and Recreation, Psych, Royal Pains, Saturday Night Live, Superstore, The Real Housewives, Top Chef, and Will & Grace.
Peacock original series
Original series announced so far include a reboot of Saved by the Bell from 30 Rock‘s Tracey Wigfield. Starring Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley, the reboot finds Zack Morris as governor of California. A Punky Brewster reboot starring Soleil Moon Frye as a single mom will also stream on Peacock. Then there’s a spinoff of Battlestar Galactica from Mr. Robot‘s Sam Esmail, which he tweeted will focus on a “new story within the mythology.”
Peacock will also stream Dr. Death, starring Alec Baldwin, Christian Slater, and Jamie Dornan. Brave New World stars Demi Moore, while Mike Schur’s new comedy Rutherford Falls stars Ed Helms. Angelyne features Emmy Rossum. Straight Talk stars Jada Pinkett Smith and Rashida Jones. One of Us Is Lying, an adaptation of the 2017 novel, will also stream on Peacock.
Plus, the streaming service will run an SNL documentary series called Who Wrote That and a spinoff of The Real Housewives. Talk shows from Amber Ruffin and Jimmy Fallon are also in the works, as is a second Psych movie, titled Psych 2: Lassie Come Home.
Movies on Peacock
In addition to its slate of shows, Peacock will also stream films. Those announced so far include American Pie, Back to the Future, A Beautiful Mind, the Bourne franchise, Bridesmaids, Brokeback Mountain, Casino, Dallas Buyers Club, Do the Right Thing, Erin Brockovich, E.T., the Fast and Furious franchise, Field of Dreams, Jaws, Knocked Up, Mamma Mia!, Meet the Parents, Meet the Fockers, Shrek, and The Breakfast Club.
Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer, and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared in the Austin Chronicle, the Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and the Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.