Peacock provides access to popular NBC shows like The Office or Parks and Recreation, as well as Downton Abbey and Vikings. The streaming service also includes its own original programming like Rutherford Falls, a Saved By the Bell reboot, and a MacGruber TV show based on the classic sketch from SNL. In addition to TV shows, Peacock users can also watch a variety of movies.

With Peacock now widely available on virtually all smart TV platforms, the service is in the best position ever to start raking in subscribers. In 2020, Peacock reported just 33 million sign-ups and a loss of $914 million in revenue. Things didn't get that much better in 2021, with NBCUniversal confirming just 54 million subscribers as of Q2 of that year. Peacock's availability on Samsung smart TVs likely won't be the sole reason it becomes more successful, but it's a key step forward in ensuring as many people as possible can get the app.