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How to watch and set up Peacock on Apple TV

Install the app and enjoy what NBC's new platform has to offer.

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Looking to up your entertainment game? NBC’s Peacock is the newest streaming player on the block, and it comes with a bunch of fan favorite series.

The list includes titles like Cheers, Parks and Recreation, 30 Rock and Two and a Half Men, as well as series originals. Along with a ad-supported free tier and seven-day Premium trial, you have plenty of reasons to check it out on your Apple TV.

Step 1. Download the Peacock app.

Launch the App Store on your Apple TV and search for the Peacock app. Once you’ve found it, select the Install button using your Apple TV remote.

Step 2. Create a Peacock account.

Haven’t set up a Peacock account yet? Do that now. Simply follow the onscreen prompts and enter your personal information.

Step 3. Start watching.

Log in to Peacock through the Apple TV app and start browsing its library of TV shows and movies.

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