What's Peacock Premium, what's it cost, how do you sign up to watch WWE Network?

Peacock Premium is going to be the exclusive home for the WWE Network’s huge library of pro wrestling content and upcoming live events.

Starting on March 18, 2021, Peacock, the relatively new TV streaming service from NBC, will begin the rollout of thousands of hours of new, original and archived WWE Network programming onto the platform. It will also be the new home of WWE Network’s full 24/7 broadcast lineup for fans who need their WWE fix all day every day.

» Subscribe to Peacock here (7-day free trial)

Peacock is divided into three tiers. Anyone can sign up for a free Peacock account, much like Hulu, and begin streaming from a huge library of content, including episodes of “The Office,” “Parks & Recreation,” and more.

You can upgrade to Peacock Premium for $4.99 per month, including a 7-day free trial, to unlock everything Peacock has to offer, including all episodes of all series on the platform, Peacock exclusive channels, live sports including Premier League soccer and next day access to the latest episodes of hit TV series.

Finally, if you can’t stand commercials, you can upgrade to the $9.99 per month plan, which is exactly the same as Peacock Premium, but removes ads and lets you download content to watch offline.

So where does WWE Network fit into all that? If you have Peacock Premium, the entirety of WWE Network’s library will be available to you for no additional charge. If you’re a current WWE Network subscriber, that’s a big deal. Right now, WWE Network subscribers pay $9.99 per month. When Network migrates to Peacock Premium, they’ll be saving $5 per month and getting more content.

WWE Network and Peacock Premium are over-the-top streaming services not available on cable or satellite TV. Conversely, NBC and NBC Sports channels are not included in your Peacock subscription.

Here’s what will be included in the WWE Network when it comes to Peacock in March:

  • Peacock will become the home for all live pay-per-view events including WrestleMania and SummerSlam. Fastlane will be the first WWE pay-per-view to stream on Peacock on Sunday, March 21.
  • Original series like “Steve Austin Broken Skull Sessions,” “Undertaker: The Last Ride” and the all-new “WWE Icons.”
  • In-ring shows like “NXT,” “NXT UK” and “WWE 205 Live,” as well as replays of “Raw” and “SmackDown”
  • WWE Network archives, including every WWE, WCW and ECW pay-per-view event in history
  • Groundbreaking documentaries, including “WWE 24,” “WWE Untold,” and “WWE 365″
  • Starting in 2022, one new signature documentary annually.

It all adds up to more than 17,000 hours of content. Find a full library of content here.

Peacock is available on most web browsers; Android and iOS devices; Android, Apple, Roku and LG TVs, XBox, PlayStation and more devices. Cox and Infinity cable customers can also access Peacock on their set top boxes.

Current WWE Network subscribers will receive communications regarding their accounts closer to the Peacock launch in March.

“We are thrilled to further the long-standing and trusted partnership WWE has with NBCUniversal,” WWE President and Chief Revenue Officer Nick Khan said in a statement. “Peacock is an innovative platform that will enable us to showcase our most significant events, including WrestleMania, and provide the extraordinary entertainment our fans have come to expect with the combination of premium WWE content, live sports, news, films, and television programs.”

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