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Here's the best shows on Peacock right now

These are the best shows on NBC's Peacock streaming service right now

NBC's Peacock streaming service is the digital hub for new and old NBC series, Peacock originals, and a variety of content from other networks. And with both a free tier and two premium plan options, there's lots of content to choose from. With that in mind, we've rounded up the best Peacock shows available right now.


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NBC's Peacock streaming service is the exclusive home for iconic NBC series like The Office, as well as series from a collection of other networks. You also find a rotating lineup of free and premium movies.

Best Peacock shows

Peacock Originals

In addition to featuring a variety of classic series and shows that are currently airing new episodes on TV, Peacock features a lineup of content that is exclusive to the platform. Here are some of the best Peacock originals streaming right now.


Girls5Eva tells the hilarious story of a defunct one-hit-wonder girl group from the '90s who decide to reunite in 2021 after being sampled by a young rapper. The series stars Busy Phillips, Paul Pell, Sara Bareilles, and Renée Elise Goldsberry.

Rutherford Falls

Rutherford Falls stars Ed Helm and Jana Schmieding as lifelong best friends Nathan Rutherford and Reagan Wells, who find themselves at a crossroads when their normally boring small town gets an unexpected wake-up call.


Smother follows widow Val Ahern as she reexamines her 30-year marriage following her husband's tragic death. Among other things, Val attempts to better understand her late husband's complex relationships with his daughters, his stepdaughter, and his brother.

Vanderpump Dogs

Vanderpump Dogs follows businesswoman and socialite Lisa Vanderpump as she matches adorable rescue dogs with her colorful clientele at The Vanderpump Dogs Rescue Center in Los Angeles.

We Are Lady Parts

We Are Lady Parts follows the trials and tribulations of an all-female Muslim punk band who recruit a geeky student name Amina Hussein to be their lead guitarist. Between Amina's debilitating stage fright and a variety go cultural differences, hilarity ensues.

Current series on Peacock

Peacock allows subscribers to catch up on episodes of several current series 24 hours or one week after they air, depending on which tier you pay for. Here are some of the current shows you won't want to miss.


Season 16 of AGT finds judges Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, and Sofia Vergara searching for the best singers, dancers, magicians, comedians, and more. New episodes are added to Peacock after airing on NBC each week.

American Ninja Warrior (NBC)

American Ninja Warrior follows a group of athletes from all walks of life who come together to pursue their common dream of reaching Mount Midoriyama. Seasons 12 and 13 are streaming now.

Below Deck Mediterranean (Bravo)

Below Deck Mediterranean follows nine crew members as they live and work aboard a luxury yacht and host a new group of guests each week. Early access to Season 6 streams exclusively on Peacock every week.

Golden: The Journey of USA's Elite Gymnasts (Peacock)

A six-part docuseries, Golden: The Journey of USA's Elite Gymnasts highlights the journeys of five elite American gymnasts as they head to the Olympic Trials.

Small Fortune (NBC)

Hosted by Lil Rey Howery, Small Fortune tasks game show contestants with completing unique tests of strategy and precision in scaled-down games based on real-life locations, such as a mini airport and a replica of the Oval Office.

WWE on Peacock

Peacock is also the exclusive home for all things WWE, meaning that signing up for a Premium Peacock plan allows you to watch WWE events without PPV fees. So whether you want to rewatch your favorite match or watch a documentary about your favorite wrestlers, the platform has you covered. Here's some of the best WWE-related content you'll find.

50 Greatest (WWE Network)

50 Greatest counts down the best of the best in wrestling across two seasons. The first season focuses on the greatest women superstars, while Season 2 highlights the best tag teams. Both seasons are only available on the Peacock Premium tiers.

Camp WWE (WWE Network)

Available on Peacock's premium tiers, the animated Camp WWE series follows younger versions of your favorite current WWE performers as they attend summer camp as kids. The series also features some of the WWE's most iconic alumni as counselors.

Miz and Mrs (USA Network)

Miz and Mrs follows WWE Superstars The Miz and Maryse as they attempt to balance parenthood with their fast-paced lives. Season 1 is streaming for free, while new episodes of Season 2 are available via Peacock's premium tiers.

Money in the Bank (WWE Network)

Money in the Bank finds Superstars from both the Raw and SmackDown brands battling each other in men's and women's Ladder Matches to earn a Money in the Bank contract for a Championship Match.

Steve Austin: The Broken Skull Sessions (WWE Network)

In Steve Austin: The Broken Skull Sessions, the former wrestler sits down with other former and current pro wrestlers to discuss their careers in and out of the ring. Season 1 is available on Peacock's Premium tiers and includes guests like Mick Foley, Chris Jericho, Sasha Banks, and The Undertaker.

Comedy series on Peacock

NBC has established itself as the go-to network for funny sitcoms with heart. Here's a round-up of the best comedy series NBC has to offer, as well as shows from other networks that are currently streaming on Peacock.

Everybody Loves Raymond (CBS)

Everybody Loves Raymond stars Ray Romano as Ray Barone, a successful sportswriter and family man who also has to deal with his brother and parents — who happen to be his neighbors.

Frasier (NBC)

Catch up on the hit sitcom ahead of the planned reboot, which is currently in the works at Paramount+. A spinoff of Cheers, Frasier follows the titular Dr. Frasier Crane after he moves from Boston to Seattle for a fresh start. Season 1 is free to watch, while the other 10 seasons are only available to subscribers of Peacock's Premium and Premium Plus plans.

The Office (NBC)

The U.S. adaptation of Ricky Gervais' hit UK series, The Office is a documentary-style comedy series that follows the trials and tribulations of the staff at the Dunder-Mifflin paper company. The ensemble cast includes Steve Carrell, Mindy Kaling, John Krasinski, Rainn Wilson, and Jenna Fischer. All nine seasons are streaming now.

Parks and Recreation (NBC)

Parks and Recreation stars Amy Poehler as a small-town civil servant named Leslie Knope, who works tirelessly with her co-workers in the Indiana Parks and Recreation Department to improve her hometown of Pawnee, Indiana. The ensemble cast also includes Aubrey Plaza, Nick Offerman, Chris Pratt, Rashida Jones, and Adam Scott. Seasons 1 and 2 are streaming for free, while Seasons 3-7 are available exclusively to Premium and Premium Plus subscribers.

Two and a Half Men (CBS)

Two and a Half Men follows the hilarious relationship between brothers Charlie (Charlie Sheen) and Alan (Jon Cryer) Harper. The later seasons deal with the relationship between Alan and his Internet billionaire roommate Walden Schmidt (Ashton Kutcher), who bought their beachfront house following Charlie's death.

Drama series on Peacock

Peacock also offers a variety of drama series. From long-running favorites like Law & Order to buzzworthy new series like Yellowstone, here's some of the best drama series available now on Peacock.

Bates Motel (A&E)

Bates Motel stars Freddie high more as a teenage version of Psycho antagonist Norman Bates, who moves to a coastal town with his widowed mother to open a motel and start over. All five seasons are streaming now.

Downton Abbey (PBS)

Set in the aftermath of the 1912 sinking of the Titanic, Downton Abbey follows the ups and downs of the Crawley family and their servants in the family's Edwardian country house. The series stars Maggie Smith, Michelle Dockery, Dan Stevens, and Lily James.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC)

Recently dubbed the longest-running live-action show, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit follows a team of detectives with NYPD's Special Victims Unit as they investigate sexual crimes. The ensemble cast includes Mariska Hargitay, Christopher Meloni, Ice-T, and Richard Belzer.

Vikings (History Channel/Amazon Prime)

Get ready for the planned Netflix spinoff, Vikings: Vahalla, by bingeing all six seasons of the original show. Vikings follows the exciting adventures of Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Kimmel) as he rises to become king of the Viking tribes. The series also stars Katheryn Winnick, Alexander Ludwig, and Gustaf Skarsgård.

Yellowstone (Paramount Network)

Yellowstone stars Kevin Costner as a sixth-generation homesteader and dad John Dutton, who controls the largest contiguous ranch in the United States. The series follows Dutton's operation as he navigates corrupt politicians and influential corporations.

Reality series on Peacock

While NBC might not be the first place you think to go for reality series, the company's Peacock service boasts an impressive roster of content based in reality. Here's a list of some of the best reality programming streaming now.

Growing Up Chrisley (USA Network)

Growing up Chrisley follows siblings Savannah and Chase Chrisley as they strike out on their own in an attempt to prove to their father, Todd Chrisley, that they are grownups. Seasons 1 and 2 are streaming now for free.

Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles (Bravo)

Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at young real estate agents in Los Angeles, who spend their days selling luxury properties in areas including Beverly Hills and Malibu.

Shahs of Sunset (Bravo)

Shahs of Sunset follows a group of wealthy Persian-American friends as they juggle their personal lives, careers, families, and traditions while living in Los Angeles.

Escape to the Chateau (Channel 4)

Escape to the Chateau follows Dick and Angel Strawbridge and their two children as they purchase an abandoned French chateau and restore it to its former 19th-century glory. All six seasons are streaming for free right now.

Temptation Island (USA Network)

Temptation Island follows four couples at a crossroads in their relationships who decide to try the single life in hopes of figuring out if they should stay together. Seasons 1 and 2 are streaming for free.

Coming soon to Peacock

Whether you want to catch up on a new episode of your favorite show or are looking for a robust catalog of series that will make you both laugh and cry, Peacock has got you covered.

While many of the shows mentioned above — including the first season of Yellowstone and all Peacock Originals — are available to watch via Peacock's free tier, this may change at some point in the future. It's also worth noting that new episodes of current series like American Ninja Warrior and Small Fortune are only available to stream the next day for Premium and Premium Plus subscribers. So if you're only using the free tier, you'll have to wait seven days.

Peacock previously announced that it's already working on series reboots of Queer as Folk and Battlestar Galactica as far as future content is concerned. Other original projects currently in development at Peacock include a dramatic adaptation of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air called Bel-Air, a new series based on Will Forte's MacGruber character, and a Spanish language dramedy called Armas de Mujer.

With all of that in mind, it's the perfect time to sign up and see if Peacock's free tier or Premium plans are the better fit for you.


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