Huge US streaming service Peacock is available to Irish customers from today 6 months ago

Huge US streaming service Peacock is available to Irish customers from today

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It features some of the biggest, most popular TV shows of all time.


Originally launched in the States in April 2020, the Peacock streaming service has been a massive success across the pond, hosting some of the biggest movies and shows brought by Universal and NBC.

The streaming service is now available in Ireland from today (Tuesday, 16 November) to anyone with a NOW's Entertainment Membership, with the content on Peacock added to that membership with no additional cost to you! Hooray!

As for what to expect from the new arrivals, it literally features some of the biggest shows of all time, some of which have not been previously available on any other streaming service in Ireland, including some absolute classics like Rutherford Falls, Suits, House, Downton Abbey, Superstore and Friday Night Lights.

Later in November, you can expect access to Punky Brewster (23 Nov), Monk (23 Nov), Heroes (30 Nov) and The Girl in the Woods (Late Nov).


And it isn't just shows, as they're also giving access to a very impressive library of movies including... (deep breath)...

Bowfinger, Brüno, Children of Men, Definitely Maybe, Far and Away, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Game, Hanna, Hannibal, The Last House on the Left, MacGruber, A Million Ways to Die in the West, Meet Joe Black, O Brother Where Art Thou?, Out of Sight, Pride & Prejudice, Scent of a Woman, Seed of Chucky, A Simple Wish, The Skeleton Key, Tower Heist, United 93, Very Bad Things, What Dreams May Come and You, Me, and Dupree!

When it comes to brand new arrivals, just some of the highlights were excited about include:

The reboot of Saved by the Bell!


Girls5Eva (the new show by the creators of 30 Rock!)

Dr. Death


The Lost Symbol (based on the hit Dan Brown book)

My Son


To access this content, all you need to do is sign up for a NOW's Entertainment Membership.

All clips via Peacock

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