Gary, that's an excellent article. Thank You.Peacock, the NBCUniversal streaming service that launched in April in Comcast homes, started expanding nationally overnight as Tuesday turned to Wednesday on the East Coast. Along with Comcast̵…deadline.com
And this is very easy to do if you do it through the subscription section of your Apple TV or iOS device, rather than each service's app.We all have to make decisions as to how many services we are willing to pay for each month. I think if you rotate them around by paying for a month and then going on to something else, you can do very well in this subscription-based entertainment world.
That's a great idea!And this is very easy to do if you do it through the subscription section of your Apple TV or iOS device, rather than each service's app.
I actually cancel the month of a service the second I sign up for it (because you can continue watching until the month ends), as I've already done with the trial if Peacock.
A Happy to see Tammy and the BachelorI'll be watching the following movies in the next seven days. I might not get to all of them, but I should be able to watch several of them.
- True Confession (1937)
- The Great Imposter (1960)
- The Chalk Garden (1964)
- Untamed Frontier (1952)
- Cimarron Kid (1951)
- Destry (1955)
- Tumbleweed (1953)
- The Shepherd of the Hills (1941)
- Beau Geste (1966)
- Morocco (1930)
- Desire (1936)
- The Spoilers (1956)
- The Texas Rangers (1936)
- Streets of Laredo (1949)
That's unfortunate as I didn't sample each movie I named. This will only be a second rate streaming option until they up their game PQ-wise.A Happy to see Tammy and the Bachelor
Tammy Tell Me True
Tammy and the Doctor
The Thrill of it All
Written on the Wind
To Each His Own
The Great Imposter is not in it's original aspect ratio/
When I talk about PQ, it includes the proper aspect ratio! It includes having 4K and Atmos.The PQ of titles I've sample looks very good. Chalk Garden, To Each His Own ( one of Olivia de Havilland's Oscar wins that has yet to be released anywhere to my knowledge). The Great Imposter looks excellent except the aspect ratio.
It does still have the Channels feature in itIf you have an Apple TV app on your Samsung TV then it's just an app. You can only watch APPLE TV through it and I don't think it's a portal for you to add other channels. I am only speculating as I have an actual Apple TV and I can't imagine the app works the same way.
To be clear though, the App Store is not available on the Apple TV app, it's the Channels feature that is. That's where Gary is trying to find it.Interesting. So if that is the case, the channel should be found in the Apple App Store on Apple TV.
Just very surprised that Apple or anyone would allow this through an app. However, that's good news if true
Gary,Thank you all for responding. I guess for now I will not be be able to get Peacock on my TV. Air Play does not appear available on the Peacock app though it is mentioned as available per the instructions Ron posted. I know Air Play is set up properly on my TV and Iphone as I can stream HBOMAX and TCM from my Iphone to my TV but not Peacock. Perhaps this will be corrected in a update of the app. Only the first day. If anyone has been successful streaming Peacock from their phone Via Air Play please let me know and perhaps then I will figure out what i am doing wrong, if anything.
That was a great idea and at first it appeared it was going to work but when I clicked on my TV icon in Air Play from the control center when playing Peacock, I got an error message that it wasn't able to connect. I will try again later. I appreciate all the help I have been given . It appears you were able to get it to work as per your screen shot you were watching "Brave New World" which is a Peacock show. Thanks, again .
So even if your pay $10 a month for premium+, they will still have commercial.*Please note: due to streaming rights, a small amount of programming will still contain ads (Peacock channels, events and a limited number of shows and movies).