The WWE Network has landed on Peacock Premium as the five-year deal with NBCUniversal’s streaming service kicked off today.
WWE has got its own tab at the top in the menu of Peacock and is the only brand that is not part of another sub menu. The layout of the WWE Network on Peacock resembles that of the legacy WWE Network app but fans have to get used to the workings of Peacock to figure out where everything is.
Playing a 27-minute documentary brings up three ad breaks and more ads are included depending on the length of each show. Upgrading to a $9.99 deal will eliminate the ads completely. WWE live pay-per-views will not have additional Peacock ads.
If you’re new to Peacock, you can get four months of Peacock Premium for a single, one-time payment of $9.99. When the 4-month period expires, the service will auto-renew on a monthly basis at $4.99 until you cancel at any time. You can use the promo code PEACOCKMANIA to sign up and offer expires on April 9.
The U.S. version of the WWE Network will continue until April 4, after which Peacock takes exclusive rights and the website and apps will become inaccessible for those in the U.S.