Comcast has made sports a big focus for its Peacock streaming service. Now, it seems to be paying off as viewers are turning in to watch sports on Peacock.
According to NBCUniversal, Peacock averaged 2.8 million viewers for the NFL’s opening game last Thursday between the Detroit Lions and the Kansas City Chiefs. On Sunday night for the first Sunday Night NBC game of the season, Peacock averaged 1.8 million viewers.
Peacock will also have two exclusive NFL games this year, with a regular season game and an NFL playoff game later this year. This comes as the NFL has been working with more streaming services to offer exclusive access to some of its games.
Peacock is available to stream on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or any other compatible device that supports the service. Subscribers have two plans to choose from: Peacock Premium and Peacock Premium Plus.
- Price: $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year (17% savings)
A Peacock Premium subscription offers over 80,000 hours of TV, movies, and sports. That’s all of the shows and hit movies in the Peacock library, and live sports for only $4.99 per month, or pay $49.99 annually and save 17%. Plus, you can stream current NBC & Bravo shows a day after they air and over 50 always-on channels.
Peacock offers a broad range of originals, shows and movies from comedies to horror to romance and drama, there’s something available for everyone. Yellowstone, Parks and Recreation, Belair, M3gan, and Poker Face are just a few of the titles that you can begin streaming.
For the sports fan, with Peacock Premium, you can stream the WWE Network and premium live events, MLB Sunday Leadoff, NFL Sunday Night Football, Notre Dame football, Premier League, PGA Tour events, rugby, and much more.
Peacock Premium Plus
- Price: $11.99 per month, or $119.99 per year (17% savings)
Peacock Premium Plus includes everything listed above, but you can watch ad-free with limited exclusions. The plan offers your local NBC channel live and you can download and watch select titles offline.