How To Watch Peacock on Ruko TV 


We’ve the complete guide on how to watch Peacock on Ruko TV. Did you know you can watch NBCUniversal’s newest streaming service, Peacock, on Roku?

What is Roku Tv?

A Roku is a gadget (manufactured by Roku) that streams media (shows, movies, and even music) from the internet to your television. It provides a simple and cost-effective solution to add or enhance internet streaming alternatives to the TV and home theatre watching experience.

Roku is simple to set up and connects to the internet in the same manner that your PC does. Roku media streaming devices are equipped with an operating system (OS) that enables users to access and control internet streaming content.


Roku Devices Are Classified Into Three Types:

Roku Box: This is a stand-alone box (such as the Roku Premiere) that connects to the network via your broadband network via Ethernet or Wi-Fi. A Roku Box may be connected to your TV directly or through HDMI to a home theatre receiver (like a DVD or Blu-ray player).

Roku Streaming Stick: This is a little gadget that is slightly bigger than a USB flash drive, rather than plugging into a USB port, you plug it into an HDMI input on your TV or home entertainment receiver. The streaming stick features built-in Wi-Fi that allows it to connect to a broadband router.

Roku TV: A Roku TV is an all-in-one solution that does not require the attachment of an additional box or stick to access internet streaming content because the Roku operating system is already embedded into the TV. The TV connects to your broadband router through either Wi-Fi or Ethernet. Roku TVs are available from Hisense, Hitachi, Insignia, Sharp, and TCL. Roku TVs come in a variety of screen sizes, including 720p, 1080p, and 4K Ultra HD models.

Prices and Plans for Peacocks

Peacock, NBCUniversal’s streaming service, will go live in the United States in July 2020, including current and historic TV, original movies and series, studio releases, live sports, and news. It does not, however, feature Friends, one of the network’s most successful TV shows of all time. Because HBO is owned by WarnerMedia, which owns the rights to the adventures of Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Monica, Phoebe, and Joey, the show may be accessed on HBO Max.

Peacock is divided into three tiers:

Peacock Free: Provides about two-thirds of the service’s content for free, including Seasons 1 and 2 of the network’s popular series The Office, as well as limited episodes of Peacock original shows (you only get two episodes of Brave New World, for example). Current-season series on NBC and Telemundo are added to the free tier a week after they air. One additional advantage is that you do not need to input a credit card number to access the Free tier. This subscription also includes movies, sports (including select Beijing Olympics events and daily NBC Sports highlights), news, kids’ programming, and Telemundo programmes.

Peacock Premium: The $5/month tier, which includes a free week, covers everything the Free tier does plus the full spectrum of Peacock programmes (for example, the whole run of The Office), as well as next-day access to current NBC and Telemundo TV episodes. On this tier, you’ll discover Peacock original material, live sports, all the WWE programming you can take, Premier League, and more movies and TV programmes, as well as commercial breaks.

Peacock Premium Plus: This $10/month tier includes a one-week free trial and includes everything that the Premium tier does. The key distinction is that the plan is mainly devoid of advertisements (some live programming still has commercials due to previous deals). It also includes the opportunity to watch certain titles offline.

How To Watch Peacock Using Roku TV

1. Create a Peacock account.

  • Navigate to the registration page in a web browser. Create an account and choose your plan (Peacock Free, Peacock Premium, or Peacock Premium Plus).

2. Now turn on your Roku device.

  • Navigate to your Roku device’s Home screen.

3. Include Peacock

  • Search for “Peacock,” then click “Add Channel.”
  • Return to the Home screen after it has been installed.
  • Look for “Peacock TV” in your available channels list and choose it.
  • When you initially launch it, you’ll log in with the account credentials you created previously.
  • That’s all there is to it. You’re now ready to delve into the Peacock material.

What Can I Watch On Peacock using Roku?

Peacock offers a vast range of programmes for Roku users, with over 20,000 hours of material available to members. Of course, programming is added or withdrawn on a monthly basis, so make sure to check the provider’s website for the most up-to-date lineups.

Current television programmes, including America’s Got Talent, Blindspot, Law & Order: SVU, Chicago PD, Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, The Kelly Clarkson Show, and others, featuring on-demand episodes.

The Office, 30 Rock, Superstore, Downton Abbey, Frasier, Cheers, Coach, The Johnny Carson Show, Heroes, Suits, Parks and Recreation, Law & Order, and more classic TV programmes are available. Shows are classified according to their genre (Drama, Comedy, Reality, True Crime, and so on).

Peacock original shows such as Brave New World, The Capture, Cleopatra in Space, Psych 2: Lassie Come Home, In Deep with Ryan Lochte, Lost Speedways, and others, as well as reboots of Battlestar Galactica, Saved By the Bell, Punky Brewster, and many others.

Our Final Take 

NBCUniversal’s entrée into the streaming world is substantial, with many hours of new content as well as dozens of classic favourites, and you can try Peacock for free. Movie and binge-watching lovers will almost certainly want to pay for a higher tier of service, which can be tested with a seven-day free trial.

In any case, there’s a lot to appreciate about Peacock; even the Peacock Premium service, which costs $5 per month, is reasonably priced, especially given the diversity of content accessible. Do you dislike commercials? Then, instead, try the $10/month plan to see whether it is beneficial.

The Roku interface makes it simple to get Peacock material quickly and comfortably, and while the lack of 4K content may be a turnoff for some viewers, the abundance of movies, TV series, originals, sports, and live TV here, in our opinion, outweighs that drawback.