The Peacock TV service, in an effort to attract new subscribers, opened the entire Office to everyone. Yes, you can check out all the Dunder-Mifflin events (even Michael Scott’s Paper Company lark), without spending a dime – but just for next week.
This would normally cost at least $ 4.99, as everything but the first two seasons are usually locked behind a Peacock Premium payroll wall. But until March 24, Peacock just takes everything (excluding the extended Superfan cuts) away
Of course, that $ 4.99 monthly price also typically includes ads – which irked fans who met the show on Netflix, where it broadcast without a trade. The good news for those sampling The Office through this test window is that there will be no ads. Peacock would normally charge you twice as much, at its $ 9.99 monthly plan, to eliminate ads.
One aspect of the Office Peacock cruise is missing: Office “Superfan” expansion events, which are currently expanding the season 3 content to give you a better view of what’s going on.
By permission, it will be difficult enough to watch the 99 hours of the series in time, with attention to the available window. But if you have 4 days, 3 hours of rest between now and then (and lots of coffee) it seems, if not terrible.
This offer is like one of the many ways Peacock can try to entice people to start on free accounts. The aim, obviously, is to see if they can show that there is enough reason to hold around – or start a paid account to get to the Office.
This free weekend of The Office coincides with the 16th anniversary of the series, which arrived on March 24, 2005. To celebrate the show and promote its offering, Peacock is running its own Dundies competition. to convince the fans of the show their fandom. The prize? Real Dundies Cup without a doubt. Unsure about that last paragraph? Draw out season 2 of program 1 of the Office to learn more.
Recently, Peacock made waves in live events streaming news by becoming the WWE’s exclusive streaming service. Currently, the WWE Network is still active, but once April’s WrestleMania week hits, Peacock is the only place to see live (pay-per-view) events (no one is paying That way more). This Sunday, WWE Fastlane 2021 will be the company’s first PPV on Peacock.