|[06/25/20 - 06:01 PM]
Video: All Trailers for Peacock Originals Streaming July 15
The new streaming service details its nine originals due at its launch on Wednesday, July 15.
|[05/14/20 - 10:00 AM]
Peacock Announces First Originals for July 15 Launch
Peacock Premium customers can stream all first season episodes of "Brave New World," "The Capture," "Intelligence" and "Lost Speedways;" sports documentary "In Deep with Ryan Lochte;" and the entire full-length film "Psych 2: Lassie Come Home" on July 15.
|[04/15/20 - 08:04 PM]
Video: Peacock Releases Teasers for Nine Upcoming Originals
The streaming service drops first looks of "Saved by the Bell," "Brave New World," "Psych 2," "Punky Brewster," "AP Bio," "The Capture," "Madagascar: A Little Wild," "Intelligence" and "Angelyne."
|[04/14/20 - 12:00 PM]
Peacock Early Preview Begins on Xfinity X1 and Flex
The early preview will be followed by the national launch on July 15, which includes a free tier featuring more than 7,500 hours of movies and shows that will be accessible to all across mobile, web and popular connected-TV platforms.
|[01/16/20 - 01:00 PM]
NBCUniversal Unveils Peacock, A Free Premium Ad-Supported Streaming Service with Subscription Tiers
Taking a different strategic approach, the company announced a tiered offering that gives consumers broad access to Peacock across web, mobile and connected-TV devices.
|[09/17/19 - 06:00 AM]
NBCUniversal Announces "Peacock" as the Name of Its Streaming Service and Unveils Initial Content Lineup
Peacock rolls out in April of 2020 with over 15,000 hours of content and takes center stage at the end of July during the 2020 Summer Olympics.
|[06/20/19 - 09:05 AM]
Demi Moore Joins the Cast of "Brave New World"
Moore joins previously announced cast including Alden Ehrenreich, Jessica Brown Findlay, Harry Lloyd, Kylie Bunbury, Hannah John-Kamen, Sen Mitsuji, Joseph Morgan, and Nina Sosanya.
|[06/19/19 - 11:18 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, June 19
Updates include: Mark-Paul Gosselaar to star in ABC's "mixed-ish"; Nat Geo in talks for second season of "The Hot Zone"; and Janet Mock signs overall deal with Netflix.
|[05/30/19 - 11:15 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, May 30
Updates include: NBC pulls the plug on "Abby's," "The Enemy Within" and "The Village"; ABC gives pilot order to Nate Bargatze comedy; and Netflix casts leads in "Sweet Magnolias."
|[04/23/19 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, April 23
Updates include: Laura Donnelly first to board HBO's "The Nevers"; Harry Lloyd bound for USA's "Brave New World"; and HBO pilots potential 1980s L.A. Lakers series from Adam McKay.
|[04/16/19 - 11:48 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, April 16
Updates include: John Cusack signs onto Amazon's "Utopia"; Alden Ehrenreich to lead USA's "Brave New World"; and Amazon's "The Underground Railroad" casts initial trio.
|[02/13/19 - 08:00 AM]
Television Adaptation of "Brave New World" Picked Up to Series at USA Network
The series, previously set up at sibling Syfy, was adapted for television by David Wiener, with Grant Morrison and Brian Taylor.
|[05/11/17 - 10:01 AM]
Syfy Announces Major Additions to Original Programming Slate
The series pickups include the highly anticipated Superman prequel "Krypton" and "Happy!," a graphic novel adaptation starring Christopher Meloni.
|[05/11/17 - 10:00 AM]
Syfy "Reboots" Ahead of 25th Anniversary - New Visual Identity, Including Logo, to Debut June 19
"I can think of no better occasion than Syfy's 25th anniversary to get back to our roots, double down on premium original programming, and put fans at the center of everything we do," said Chris McCumber.
|[08/11/16 - 10:30 AM]
UCP, Syfy Sign Grant Morrison ("Batman") & Brian Taylor ("Crank") to Adapt & Exec Produce Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World" with Amblin Television
UCP is also developing "Happy!" for Syfy, an adaptation of a graphic novel originally written by Morrison and co-created with artist Darick Robertson.
|[05/05/15 - 02:31 PM]
Syfy and Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television Reuniting to Develop Aldous Huxley's Classic Novel "Brave New World"
In the series, humans are given mind-altering drugs, free sex and rampant consumerism are the order of the day, and people no longer reproduce but are genetically engineered in "hatcheries."