WWE content will be available to watch on the Peacock streaming service.
Variety wrote an article detailing the content listing that Peacock will have as it officially launches on July 15. As part of the sports package of Peacock Premium, WWE content will be featured and available to watch on demand.
It is being reported that more than 100 hours of WWE content will be coming to Peacock Premium in August, including series “WWE Untold” and “Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions,” and compilations like “John Cena’s Best WrestleMania Matches.”
Much of the WWE content that has been confirmed for Peacock can also be viewed on the WWE Network. The streaming service recently unveiled a free tier for those that do not wish to pay for the full service.
Peacock will have both a free and premium tier with two different versions of the premium tier ($4.99/month extra with ads, $9.99/month with no ads). The new streaming platform will have original TV shows and movies and will be available on platforms including those from Apple, Google, Xbox, LG, Vizio, Comcast and Cox, but will not be on Roku or Amazon Fire TV.