Do viewers absolutely love Peacock? It seems that many TV aficionados are definitely giving Peacock a shot. The most popular streaming networks in existence today should be Netflix, Disney Plus, Hulu, and Amazon Prime.
Peacock is starting to run the streaming networks we already know and love for their money with some incredible original TV shows. Peacock shows that should be on your binge watch list range from the hilarious to the downright serious. These are the best, most interesting and very enticing shows on Peacock right now.
The Amber Ruffin Show
The Amber Ruffin Show is a Peacock show that premiered in 2020, which means it only has one season so far. It focuses on Amber Ruffin herself, while taking an equally silly and clever approach to each and every week’s real-world events.
Some of the things Amber has been talking about recently include the COVID-19 vaccination, the 2021 Oscar ceremony, and killers she thinks belong in jail. She’s a great comedian who knows how to add the right level of humor to what she’s doing. The Amber Ruffin Show is great for a laugh and great for those who want to keep up to date with current events.
The catch is a 2019 Peacock show classified as a mystery series. Trying to give hints about what happens next is what this show is built for. The catch tells a story of a former soldier named Shaun Emery who is convicted of murder in Afghanistan. His conviction is quashed after the alleged video evidence eventually fails.
After receiving his freedom, Shaun soon has to fight for his own personal freedom again, leaving him with little time to experience a sense of relief. A detective named Rachel Carey is added to his case as she tries to uncover the truth behind everything he says and everything she doesn’t know.
Code 404 is a 2020 Peacock show that has one season so far. It’s about two detectives named Major & Carver who are known as the best crime fighting duo in their town. They work for the police special forces unit and keep up with law enforcement activities at all costs.
One fateful day, Major is shot while seeking justice and Carver thinks he has lost Major forever. Major is eventually brought back to life with the help of an experimental intelligence project that neither of them knew existed.
Departure is a peacock show on Flight 716 that mysteriously disappears while flying across the Atlantic Ocean. A woman named Kendra Mally is chosen to investigate the crash, but since she just lost her husband, she’s not sure if tracking down this missing plane is something she can handle.
Kendra is overwhelmed with grief and emotional distress, which makes her investigation that much more difficult. Eventually she realizes the importance of tracking down the missing plane as there may be survivors.
Punky Brewster is a Peacock show based on an original 1980s sitcom. In the rebooted series, viewers see Punky Brewster and her dog move in with a photographer named Henry after being abandoned by her own parents. Her parents abandoned her, but that doesn’t mean she’s all alone in the world. She teaches Henry how to be happier in his day-to-day life.
Intelligence is a Peacock show about a government communications headquarters full of cybersecurity misfits trying to find their jobs. David Schwimmer, the same actor who played Ross Geller Friends from the 90s, plays Jerry Bernstein.
Nick Mohammed stars as Joseph Harries, and Elliot Salt plays Evelyn. The nerdy characters in this show spend time discussing cryptocurrency and dinosaur accessories.
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