NBCUniversal's Peacock TV streaming service will have it's full launch tomorrow and it will include some WWE programming.
It was reported today by Variety that the service will have 20,000 hours at launch with 100 hours of WWE programming added by next month.
The WWE shows will include programming like Steve Austin's Broken Skull Sessions, WWE Untold, "Best of" compilations and other series. However, recent episodes of WWE Raw will not be available.
Peacock had a soft launch on Comcast's Xfinity service in April but tomorrow the service will be widely available to everyone on streaming platforms. As of yet, they have yet to strike a deal with Roku or Amazon's streaming devices.
Peacock will have a free tier with limited programming and another tier with commercials. There will also be a higher tier without commercials.