Television shows are awesome! When we are taking life too non-seriously, guess what provokes a bit of thought into us? A television show! On the other side of the spectrum, in the scenario that we have been bogged down by our stresses, comedy shows give us an opportunity to laugh.
For Watching Shows, Cable TV < Streaming Services
Not surprisingly, there are two routes to watching a show that came to our minds when thinking about the subject. The first way you can watch a series is through cable television. When we are taking this route, we must be lucky enough to have a show that we like airing currently on television. Once that works out for us, we then need to make sure that we are available right in front of our television screen whenever the next episode and every other episode of the show starts broadcasting. This is because, in the scenario that we do end up being late for or completely not watching an episode, we will forever feel like we did not get the full picture of the television series.
If all this does not suck, then we do not know what does. Luckily for all of us in this great country, the United States of America, we have access to streaming services like webRTC. The benefit of streaming television shows is that you can then see them at a time of your choice and at the location of your choice. Streaming services give you the choice of starting and pausing shows at your will. They also allow you to stream on all kinds of screens including but not limited to desktops, tablets, phones, laptops, and smart televisions. You have the choice to choose whichever show (or movie for that matter) you like from the large library available to you. All the availability of options is great but having to pick one out of many leads to decision fatigue for you? Well, streaming services have a solution for that too! A combination of ratings, recommendations, and brief descriptions of all productions makes choosing between them easy for you.
Peacock > Competitors
Found only two years ago in the month of April of 2020, the streaming service by the name of Peacock has managed to gain as many as tens of millions of subscribers in such a short time. The reason for its rise to fame is not one but actually many. First of all, the streaming service is backed by the media giant NBC Universal. Having such a big company backing you up means that you have the resources to showcase a lot of television series and movies in your library. Not only is the library extensive but it is also diverse as it features shows from all parts of the world, cultures, and languages. In fact, because Peacock displays such diversity, it is often called the streaming service that helps you understand the rest of the world and learn new languages.
Another subsidiary of NBC is Comcast and Comcast’s internet service provision brand is Xfinity. To encourage internet subscribers to jump on the bandwagon and become users of Peacock, Peacock Ppremium has been deemed free for Xfinity internet users. Now you may be thinking that such a great deal will be available only to subscribers of the most expensive Xfinity internet deals. However, that is not true. Instead, Peacock Premium is available for all Xfinity X1 and Xfinity Flex customers? Now, isn’t that a great feature of Peacock?! To learn more about the offer, feel free to call Xfinity customer service.
We have saved the best part about Peacock for the last. Unlike other major streaming services such as Hulu and Netflix, the most basic version of Peacock is free for everyone! Isn’t that amazing? You can watch a wide variety of shows at your will all for free! So, considering you have to pay nothing, what is stopping you from checking it out? Better start taking advantage of it sooner than later.
Peacock’s Top Shows
Here is a list of all the shows we find are awesome on Peacock.
- The Thing About Pam
- Joe vs. Carole
- Bust Down
- Resident Alien
- Wolf Like Me
- The Bernie Mac Show
- Rutherford Falls
- Saved by the Bell
- We Are Lady Parts
- Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts
- Parks and Recreation
- Murder, She Wrote
- Michael Phelps: Medals, Memories, & More
Best of luck with using Peacock and choosing between the aforementioned shows!