NBC may depend on over a combination of paid and free plans to reel you into seeing its Peacock platform. The media sources claim the plan is to roll out the website or app by instantly playing video, comprising live content—you may see NBC News Now before you have even thought about selecting a show. Just what you will watch might rely on how much you are willing to shell out, mind you.
Most remarkably, one of the sources states you will not get the entire series of The Office (and probably other series) if you stick to the free plan. While that is unfortunate if you are expecting to prevent paying for yet one more streaming plan, it might make logic from a business point of view. NBC not only has to get back the $500 Million it used to purchase The Office, but offer users a reason to pay apart from eliminating ads. The platform will have originals, but they may not be sufficient. NBC has so far refused to answer media questions.
On a related note, the realm of esports has boomed in late times—there are eye-watering amount of investment comprised, not to cit no end of drama and gossip—so eventually it was obvious it will get its own TV show. As per media, NBC has selected a show dubbed as The Squad—a multi-camera comedy about esports designed Anthony Del Broccolo (executive producer) and by Johnny Galecki (Big Bang Theory star).
No further info yet on when the series will launch, or what it will comprise, further than its narrative that follows a bunch of buddies finding common ground and companionship in their mutual fondness of competitive esports. As media claims, on the other hand, it is not exactly the first primary comedy project aiming on esports