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  1. Scott Merryfield

    Peacock Peacock - NBC/Universal Streaming Service (Official Thread)

    Not really. I don't watch the service much on the Apple TV in my main setup - - certainly not enough to spend a lot of money to replace the Roku devices on our four other displays.
  2. Scott Merryfield

    Peacock Peacock - NBC/Universal Streaming Service (Official Thread)

    Yes, but for me part of the idea of streaming is to reduce or eliminate the commercials. If NBC's Peacock service is going to have almost as many commercials as free TV, I'm not that interested in watching. I do not watch the other free streaming services with numerous commercial breaks. I have...
  3. Scott Merryfield

    Peacock Peacock - NBC/Universal Streaming Service (Official Thread)

    I was watching a couple of 30 minute TV shows last night, and NBC increased the commercial breaks from one to three for each of the episodes. That certainly didn't take them long to throw in more commercials. If this is going to be the new normal for the service, I will not be watching it much...
  4. Scott Merryfield

    Peacock Peacock - NBC/Universal Streaming Service (Official Thread)

    My experience after watching about 20 TV episodes is that I am seeing the same half dozen commercials from State Farm, Capital One and Target for 30 to 45 seconds after the show's intro. I am not seeing the variety of commercials NBC is claiming to be striving for.
  5. Scott Merryfield

    Peacock Peacock - NBC/Universal Streaming Service (Official Thread)

    I have only watched one thing -- the pilot episode of Leave It To Beaver. There was a message from State Farm at the beginning stating there would only be a single commercial, and then a 30 second State Farm commercial. So, I guess technically they lied, as wouldn't that be two commercials? ;)
  6. Scott Merryfield

    Peacock Peacock - NBC/Universal Streaming Service (Official Thread)

    Create a new Peacock account on your Apple TV (it probably will work from your personal computer or phone browser, too). Then login via your browser, go to your account, and link your Xfinity account to the Peacock account. You should now have a free premium account that is accessible on your...