NBC’s Peacock streaming service has announced that it will start streaming its entire back catalog of Saturday Night Live episodes on October 1st, following reports from Deadline and Variety.
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When all of the 45 seasons of SNL finds their way to Peacock, it will mark the first time the entire run of the sketch comedy show has been available to watch in one platform.
Peacock currently has some of Saturday Night Live’s most famous episodes, mostly the ones involving remarkable past guests like Chris Farley.
Viewers can also watch seasons one to five and seasons 30 to 45 on Hulu, but that means you miss on the show’s 80s run with Eddie Murphy.
The new timing is an assurance that you will be able to rewatch the series ahead of the premiere of season 46 on October 3rd, which Chris Rock will host.
This follows weeks after NBCUniversal and Roku sealed a business deal, following tense negotiations, to bring Peacock to Roku devices.