Peacock may be one of the newer streaming services on the market, having only launched in July of 2020, but the service has some of the most enviable titles that previously appeared on competing streamers—like “Parks and Recreation” and “The Office”--and seems poised to continue bringing quality NBC Universal content to their subscribers in February 2021.

Check out a full list of new titles coming to the service this month:

Available Feb. 1:

“Apollo 13” (1995)

“Aries Spears: Hollywood, Look I’m Smiling” (2011)

“Caveman’s Valentine” (2001)

“Chicken Run” (2000)

“Coldwater” (2013)

“Conan the Barbarian” (1982)

“Conan the Destroyer” (1984)

“Daylight” (1996)

“Death at a Funeral” (2010)

“Deray Davis: Power Play” (2010)

“Dumb and Dumber To” (2014)

“Erin Brockovich” (2000)

“Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” (2004)

“Flashdance” (1983)

“Forgetting Sarah Marshall” (2008)

“Gary Owen: The True Story” (2012)

“Girl Lost: A Hollywood Story” (2020)

“Good Hair” (2009)

“I Am Legend” (2007)

“I, Frankenstein” (2014)

“In Godfrey We Trsut: year in Review” (2020)

“Just Go With It” (2011)

“Land of the Lost” (2009)

“Last Seen in Idaho” (2018)

“Mike Epps Presents: Live from Club Nokia” (20110

“Mo’ Better Blues” (1990)

“Phantasm 2” (1988)

“Premier League Transfer Deadline Day Special”

“Pride” (2007)

“Seabiscuit” (2003)

“Semi-Pro” (2008)

“Sins of Our Young” (2014)

“Slow Burn” (2007)

“Southern Baptist Sissies” (2013)

“The Best Man Holiday” 92013)

“The Big Lebowski” (1998)

“The Bourne Ultimatum” (2007)

“The Boy Next Door” (2015)

“The Breakfast Club” (1985)

“The Eye” (2008)

“The Great & The Smll” (2016)

“The Last Witch Hunter” (2015)

“The Little Stranger” (2018)

“ The Merry Gentleman” (2008)

“The Odd Way Home” (2013)

“The Prince of Egypt” (2007)

“The Road to el Dorado” (2000)

“This Christmas” (2007)

“Two Can Play That Game” (2001)

“We Are Boats” (2018)

“Wimbledon” (2004)

“D.L. Hughley: Uncut”

“Kevin hart: What the Fit?”

“Cold As Balls” Season 1-2

“Def Comedy Jam” Season 1-7

“House of Joy”


Available Feb. 2:

Monster Energy AMA Supercross (Round 5)

“Summer House” Season 4

Available Feb. 3:

“Modern Family” Season 1-11

“Kick-Ass” (2010

Available Feb. 4:

NBC Sports Edge BetCast

Available Feb. 5:

FIS Alpine Skiing (coverage begins)

Available Feb. 6:

Monster Energy AMA Supercross (Round 6)

Six Nations Rugby Events

“The Overview”- Peacock Original, new episodes every Saturday

Available Feb. 8:

Premiership Rugby (Round 8)

“Sox” (2013)


“The Weird Al Show” Season 1-6

Available Feb. 11:

World Speed Skating Championship

Available Feb. 12:

Premiership Rugby (Round 9)

“Temptation Island” Season 1-2

“The Amber Ruffin Show”- Peacock Original, new episodes every Friday

Available Feb. 13:

Monster Energy AMA Supercross (Round 7)

Six Nations Rugby (Round 2)

“The Overview” Peacock original, new episodes every Saturday

Available Feb. 15:

“Public Enemies” (2009)

“Grand Ole Opry: 95 years of Country Music” (NBC)

Available Feb. 16:

“The Rundown” (2003)

“Keeping Up With the Kardashians” (Season 19)

Available Feb. 17:

“Kenan” Season 1 (NBC)

“Young Rock” Season 1 (NBC)

Available Feb. 18:

“Archibald’s Next Big Thing is Here” Season 1- Peacock original

Available Feb. 19:

Premiership Rugby (Round 10)

Available Feb. 20:

Monster Energy AMA Supercross (Round 8)

Available Feb. 22:

“Black and Cuba” (2015)

“Boys of Summer” (2010)

”Father Knows Best” Season 1-6

“Love, Antosha” (2019)

Available Feb. 23:

“The Vow” (2012)

Available Feb. 25:

“Punky Brewster” Season 1- Peacock Original

Available Feb. 27:

Six Nations Rugby (Round 3)

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