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NBC's Peacock Streaming Service Set To Debut This Week For Comcast Customers; Original Titles Will Be Delayed

NBC's Peacock Streaming Service Set To Debut This Week For Comcast Customers; Original Titles Will Be Delayed

Peacock, the new streaming service from NBC, is still set to debut for Comcast cable customers starting this week.

However, Variety reports that most of the original series that were also set to premiere, will have to wait until 2021.

Comcast will launch an “early preview” of Peacock Premium ad-supported tier, available for no extra cost to broadband customers on Wednesday, April 15, before being fully available in July.

Xfinity X1 and Flex customers will have access to the service by April 30.

The originals that were set to debut, have been held back due to the coronavirus outbreak. But, two of the children original animated series, Where’s Waldo? and Cleopatra in Space will debut at launch.

Peacock Premium will include more than 15,000 hours of movies and shows, including Parks and Recreation, Law & Order: SVU, and Two and a Half Men, as well as early access to content from NBC’s late-night shows.

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