NBCU published the loglines for the nine original series back in May, which include drama, comedy, docu, and kids. They will debut along with the national launch of a new streaming platform Peacock on 15th July.
NBCU published loglines for its Peacock originals in mid-May. Now, Comcast and NBCUniversal have released trailers for the nine original shows, which include drama, comedy, docu, and kids. The content will debut along with the national launch of a new streaming platform Peacock on 15th July.
Peacock will launch on peacocktv.com and across mobile and connected-TV platforms. The released official trailers and key art include "Brave New World," "The Capture," "Intelligence," "Psych 2: Lassie Come Home," "In Deep with Ryan Lochte," "Lost Speedways." Some kids series will be included as well, such as “Curious George,” “Cleopatra in Space,” Where’s Waldo.”
With the latest adaptation of British author Aldous Huxley's seminal dystopian novel classic, “Brave New World.” Brave New World: Alden Ehrenreich and Jessica Findlay-Brown from "Downton Abbey" star in this adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s best-selling novel about a utopian society of the future where everyone is not as happy as they first appear.
Written, directed and executive produced by Psych creator Steve Franks, "Psych 2: Lassie Come Home" focuses on Det. Carlton Lassiter, who is left for dead after he’s ambushed on the job and left for dead. He is discovered, and as he heals in a recovery clinic, he begins to see visions. Shawn and Gus Hill return to his side to help solve the case.
Sports Docuseries, “In Deep with Ryan Lochte” tells the story of Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, who now has a wife and a baby, but he still holds a strong Olympic dream. David Schwimmer from "Friends" returns to the NBC fold with Intelligence, a comedy from Sky One that is also written by and stars Nick Mohammed. British import The Capture stars BBC spy drama stars Holliday Grainger and Callum Turner.