Comcast’s New $20 a Month Streaming Service With 40 Live Channels, Peacock Premium & More Is Now Available





Last week Comcast announced a new $ 20-a-month streaming service that will include 40+ channels from A&E, AMC, Hallmark, and select Warner Bros. Discovery channels. This service will also include Peacock Premium and a collection of free channels from its Xumo Play service.

Now Comcast has launched the service and Comcast internet customers can signup for it by going to their accounts HERE.

The service is clearly targeting cord cutters who want some live Tv offerings but don’t care about sports. This market so far has been dominated by Frndly TV and Philo TV. The one big catch with Comcast’s Now TV is you have to be a Comcast Xfinity internet customer to subscribe.

“With content and connectivity at the core of our company, we are uniquely positioned to build and deliver streaming entertainment offerings unlike anything else out there today,” Comcast CEO Dave Watson said. “Now TV is a great example of how our company brings together its collective video experiences, innovative technology, and superior broadband service to deliver some of the best entertainment into one affordable steaming bundle.”

Channel List For Now TV:

  • AMC
  • Animal
  • BBC America
  • BBC World
  • Comedy.TV
  • Cooking
  • Crime + Invest.
  • Discovery
  • Discovery Life
  • Food Network
  • FYI
  • GAC Family
  • GAC Living
  • Get TV
  • GSN
  • Hallmark
  • Hallmark Drama
  • Hallmark Movies
  • HGTV
  • History
  • ID
  • IFC
  • Justice Central
  • Lifetime
  • LMN
  • Magnolia
  • Military History
  • MotorTrend
  • NBC News Now
  • OWN
  • Pursuit
  • Recipe.TV
  • Science
  • Sky News
  • Sony Movies
  • Sundance
  • TLC
  • Travel
  • Vice
  • We TV
  • The Weather Channel
  • XUMO Free Action
  • XUMO Black Cinema
  • XUMO Bollywood & Indian Cinema
  • XUMO Free Comedy Movie
  • XUMO Comedy TV
  • XUMO Crime TV
  • XUMO Documentaries
  • XUMO Drama and Action TV
  • XUMO Family Movies
  • XUMO Free Food TV
  • XUMO Free Movies
  • XUMO Game Show
  • XUMO Her Movies
  • XUMO Horror & Thriller
  • XUMO Kids TV
  • XUMO Reality TV
  • XUMO Sci-Fi & Fantasy Movies
  • XUMO Travel & Lifestyle TV
  • XUMO Westerns

Here is how Comcast describes Now TV:


  • 40+ live channels and On Demand
  • Blockbuster movies, best original series, and favorites like Hallmark, History, and AMC. Watch it all on Xfinity Stream.
  • 20 hours of cloud DVR
  • Up to two recordings at the same time on the Xfinity Stream app.
  • Up to three concurrent streams
  • Whether you’re at home or on the go.

At no extra cost, you’ll also get:

  • Peacock Premium (currently $4.99/mo value)
  • Hit TV shows and live sports like the Premier League and Sunday Night Football. Plus tons of family-friendly movies, shows, and Peacock Originals. Look out for an email to set up your Peacock account — even if you already have one.
  • Xfinity Flex 4k streaming TV box
  • Option to add one TV box to your plan at no extra cost. The one-time $15 activation fee will be waived with this entertainment package.
  • 20 free live streaming channels
  • Available to all Xfinity Stream customers. Channels ranging from action to comedy to horror — and much more.

You can sign up for NOW TV HERE.

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