The Best TV Shows On Peacock (June 2024)

Peacock has become a major player in the streaming industry with a wide selection of shows, especially comedy series. The best TV shows on Peacock include “Resident Alien” (2021-Present) and “Modern Family” (2009-2020). Peacock is the go-to streaming platform for popular sitcoms like “The Office” (2005-2013) and “Superstore” (2015-2021).

One of many newcomers to the streaming scene, NBCUniversal’s Peacock has already established itself as a major force in the industry after launching in 2020. The streaming platform contains an impressive selection of Universal properties, rivaling other brand-exclusive streaming content such as the many originals of rivals Netflix, Disney+, and Max. As such, the best TV shows on Peacock rank among the most sought-after series, especially when it comes to comedies (although Peacock has many great shows across multiple genres, including dramas, mysteries, and sci-fi).

Peacock has two tiers of payment: the first level is Premium, which gives subscribers access to the full Peacock library but still contains ads. In order to get an ad-free experience, subscribers must pay for Peacock Premium Plus, a model that resembles Hulu’s tiered plan. Regardless of the payment tier, Peacock has a lot of quality shows to offer viewers, making sorting the best from the rest no easy task. Here are the best TV shows currently available on Peacock.

Best Drama TV Shows On Peacock

The Tattooist Of Auschwitz (2024)

2024 saw the arrival of one of the best, and certainly most harrowing, TV shows on Peacock — the Holocaust-set period drama “The Tattooist of Auschwitz.” Based on the novel of the same name by Heather Morris, “The Tattooist of Auschwitz” tells the story of Lale Sokolov, who is interned at the infamous concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau by the Nazis during World War 2. Told in part by an older Lale in the present (played by Harvey Keitel), the show documents his journey and role in tattooing the identification numbers onto the arms of incoming prisoners.

As is to be expected given the subject matter, “The Tattooist of Auschwitz” is an incredibly emotive watch, though certainly one that will give Peacock subscribers pause for thought. The entire cast delivers incredible performances in bringing the story of real-life Holocaust survivor Lale Sokolov to the screen, especially Jonah Hauer-King as the younger version of Harvey Keitel’s character.

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Downton Abbey (2010-2015)

“Downton Abbey” was such a cultural phenomenon that sitcoms from “How I Met Your Mother” through to “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” riffed on the sudden fascination with the British historical drama. Created by Julian Fellowes, who is also known for “The Crown” and “The Gilded Age,” “Downton Abbey” focuses on a family of aristocrats, the Crawleys, and the staff of their Yorkshire country estate. The complex and intricate plots landed the show multiple awards, including a Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy.

Being set between 1912 and 1926 allows “Downton Abbey” to focus on the social impact of many historical events such as WWI, the outbreak of Spanish Flu, and the gradual collapse of the British Empire at the turn of the 20th century. These aren’t the main draw for many fans though, as the numerous (and often social hierarchy-defying) romances are undoubtedly what kept many viewers coming back for more — and a cast that includes the likes of Maggie Smith and Imelda Staunton certainly helped.

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The Chosen (2017-Present)

“The Chosen” captures a lot of what made 2004’s “Passion of the Christ” such a success, as both retell the story of Jesus Christ as a compelling drama that transcends the usual perceptions of religious content and appeals to a broad audience. Jonathan Rournie stars as Jesus in “The Chosen,” a role he interestingly also played in a 2014 short titled “The Two Thieves.” He is joined by a wide ensemble cast that doesn’t contain many prominent names, but is still incredibly well-selected, as each gives a fantastic performance bringing the characters of the Biblical parables to life.

Across its four seasons, “The Chosen” focuses on the life of Jesus Christ as an adult, jumping in with the first time he met Mary Magdelene. When it debuted in 2017, “The Chosen” was a relatively under-the-radar release, though with each season the fanbase and viewership have grown to the point that it now stands as one of the most popular shows on several streaming platforms, including Peacock.

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Suits (2011-2019)

Perhaps one of the most watchable legal dramas released in recent years, “Suits'” sharp script and colorful cast of characters have made it a smash hit. The show follows Mike Ross, a legal associate who talks his way into the profession by making use of his photographic memory. He is then taken under the wing of self-proclaimed “best closer in the city” Harvey Specter, with the show chronicling the pair’s adventures.

Boasting slick writing and a flair for unexpected drama, “Suits” has remained popular for years after its finale. The “Suits” cast have incredible chemistry, and also includes names like Meghan Markle and Katherine Heigl — though many attribute the show’s success to the incredible performances of Gabriel Macht as Harvey Specter, Sarah Rafferty as Donna Paulsen, and Patrick J. Adams as Michael Ross.

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One Chicago Franchise (2012-Present)

A trilogy of shows that takes a close look at life on the frontline of the Windy City’s emergency services, the “Chicago” franchise is an ambitious, multi-series story. Starting with “Chicago Fire” in 2012 before expanding to “Chicago PD” and “Chicago Med,” each series is a procedural in a particular department, following the lives of the people who work there and the cases they take on.

The shows in the “One Chicago” franchise all intersect with each other, sharing characters and arcs across the wider narrative. As a result, these first-responder dramas offer a uniquely comprehensive look at the field and are an incredibly immersive experience for Peacock subscribers looking for an extensive yet grounded franchise to sink their teeth into.

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Yellowstone (2018-Present)

“Yellowstone” is the sleeper-hit Western drama about a family of ranchers who face encroaching forces seeking to take over their property has proven to be the perfect showcase for creator Taylor Sheridan. The premiere episode was the most-watched debut for any series on the Paramount Network, including under its former Spike name, and in 2018 “Yellowstone” was the most-watched scripted show on basic cable.

Sheridan, critically acclaimed writer of the thrillers “Sicario” and “Hell or High Water,” and John Linson of “Sons of Anarchy” fame are both no strangers to the Western genre, yet it is in “Yellowstone” where the pair’s gritty sensibilities and eye for compelling character development are given the greatest opportunity to shine. The phenomenal “Yellowstone” cast led by Kevin Costner makes the show one of the most gripping dramas of the last decade.

Kevin Costner received a Golden Globe for his “Yellowstone” performance in 2023.

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The Law & Order Franchise (Various)

One of the most popular and long-running cop procedural media franchises, there are multiple “Law & Order” shows available to watch on Peacock. This includes the last 9 seasons of the original “Law & Order,” 4 seasons of “Law & Order: Organized Crime,” the past 21 seasons of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” and all 10 seasons of “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.”

Famous for its gritty, uncompromising view of police work, the franchise has become such an enduring part of pop culture that many more contemporary police procedurals still fail to escape its shadow. Subscribers seeking a show to binge-watch over a longer period of time need look no further, as there’s far more thrilling storytelling than can be digested in a single sitting.

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Bel-Air (2022-Present)

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air might have been a family sitcom in the 1990s, but Peacock has successfully reimagined the Will Smith show as a drama for the modern day. In it, Will (played in “Bel-Air” by Jabari Banks) is still sent to live with his uncle’s family when he gets into trouble — much like the original show — but the storylines are more serious with fewer moments of levity.

Incorporating elements of crime drama that weren’t in the original, “Bel-Air” has become one of Peacock’s most-watched original shows for its updated spin on some much-loved source material.

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Best Comedy TV Shows On Peacock

Ted (2024)

Seth MacFarlane rose to prominence thanks to hit animated shows like “Family Guy” and “American Dad,” as well as his work on sci-fi series “The Orville.” However, he’s no stranger to the big screen either, and in 2012 he brought his brand of humor to theaters with “Ted,” a movie about a foul-mouthed talking teddy bear. In 2024, he brought the property to his own personal roots on the small screen with the “Ted” series on Peacock, which serves as a prequel to the “Ted” movies — and is just as hilarious as subscribers would expect.

MacFarlane reprises his role from the “Ted” movies as the voice and motion-capture of the titular talking teddy bear, alongside Max Burkholder as the young John Bennet (Ted’s Thunder Buddy, played by Mark Wahlberg in the movies). The premise is relatively simple for those who’ve seen the films — Ted can’t be trusted to be left home alone, so he has to attend high school with John. R-rated hijinks ensue, and Peacock subscribers who enjoyed the “Ted” movies or any of MacFarlane’s other works will feel right at home.

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Resident Alien (2021-Present)

Quirky sci-fi comedy “Resident Alien” originally aired on SyFy but has truly come into its own thanks to finding a new audience on streaming, and even among the many top-tier comedies on Peacock it manages to stand out. The show stars Firefly and Wish alumni Alan Tudyk as “Harry,” an alien who finds himself stranded in the small town of Patience, Colorado. After stealing the identity of the real Dr. Harry Vanderspiegle, “Harry” integrates into the local community and finds that he’d much rather settle down on Earth (instead of his original mission, which was to help destroy it).

“Resident Alien” is as heartwarming as it is hilarious, with Tudyk giving an incredible performance both as “Harry” and the real human Dr. Harry Vanderspiegle, who it transpires was also an assassin as well as a medical doctor. Tudyk is joined by an incredibly well-rounded ensemble cast, and it’s easy to see from the very first episode why the “Resident Alien” fanbase has grown with each passing season.

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Community (2009-2014)

Joining the lineup of hit comedy shows on Peacock in 2024 is the cult gem “Community,” created by Dan Harmon. Originally airing between 2009 and 2014, “Community” has a hugely loyal following that has helped the show remain relevant and continue to grow a fanbase despite leaving the air a decade ago. The show derives its name from its Community College setting and focuses on a group of adult students who find themselves thrown together in a study group.

The cast of “Community” includes the likes of Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Allison Brie, Yvette Nicole Brown, Donald Glover, and (in earlier seasons) comedy legend Chevy Chase. With all 110 episodes now on Peacock, “Community” makes for the perfect comedy binge-watch on a platform that is stacked with hilarious shows, and with the “Community” movie reportedly on the way, there’s never been a better time for subscribers to jump on the bandwagon.

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Modern Family (2009-2020)

A classic example of the mockumentary, “Modern Family” follows a large dysfunctional family as its members navigate every stage of life. The audience gets to watch the kids grow up, understand sibling banter, and see heart-to-heart talks between parents and children of all generations that are always full of heart and humor. The show successfully navigates the delicate balance between multiple competing storylines and characters, giving everyone the chance to enjoy the spotlight. Its 22 Emmy wins (and 85 nominations) are a testament to the series’ success and status as a modern comedy classic.

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The Office (2005-2013)

In an unequivocal display of intent, NBCUniversal withheld the exclusive streaming rights to “The Office” once they expired on Netflix. Now, one of Netflix’s most-watched television shows ever is only available to watch on Peacock — a major draw for potential subscribers. The streaming service heavily advertised its acquirement for good reason.

Over 15 years after its debut, “The Office” is still ingrained in pop culture for widely popularizing the single-camera, mockumentary style that influenced later sitcoms, such as “Modern Family.” Many of the most successful modern comedy series owe a debt to “The Office,” underlining its status as one of the best TV shows on Peacock.

Surprisingly, “The Office” only won 30 of the 164 awards it was nominated for during its runtime — a figure that seems low considering its continued cultural impact and presence. These wins include a 2006 Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy for Steve Carell as Michael Scott.

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Superstore (2015-2021)

Anyone who has ever worked in retail or shopped in a store can appreciate “Superstore,” as it’s a rare workplace comedy where even the most exaggerated storylines feel true to life. On the surface, each of the characters seems to fall into two-dimensional comedic stereotypes, yet it soon becomes clear that both the protagonists and the series as a whole are much more nuanced than they appear.

Offering thoughtful explorations of different relationships that define the workplace — both romantic and friendly — “Superstore” is an extremely relatable show from start to finish. It might not be exclusive to Peacock, but it’s definitely one of the best casts of sitcom characters the streamer has to offer. Among the hilarious ensemble cast is America Ferrera, starring in one of her best roles outside Barbie and Ugly Betty.

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Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist (2020-2021)

An inventive and quirky comedy, “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist” is an extremely original take on the musical. The series’ titular character, played by Jane Levy, begins to hear people’s innermost thoughts and emotions, but not by reading their minds. Instead, Zoey’s insights manifest as though she were participating in a bizarre psychosomatic musical performance.

The unique premise made the cancellation of the show truly heartbreaking for the audience — making its availability on Peacock a welcome relief.

“Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist” won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography for Scripted Programming, making it a must-watch for dance fans among Peacock subscribers.

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New Girl (2011-2018)

A bona fide comedy hit that only grew in confidence and creative scope with each season, “New Girl” was one of the most popular sitcoms on television when it was originally on the air. Deschanel stars as a young woman who moves in with three guys she finds on the internet after her boyfriend cheats on her.

Though the characters in “New Girl” are all in their 30s, the show is ultimately about growing up as they all enter serious relationships, have kids, and play many rowdy games of True American. “New Girl” earned five Primetime Emmy nominations and five Golden Globe nominations during its run and remains wildly popular years after its finale. The cast is led by Zooey Deschanel and Jake Johnson, who have both since gone on to have incredibly successful careers.

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Parks And Recreation (2009-2015)

Exclusively available on Peacock, “Parks and Recreation” built on the success of “The Office” before establishing itself as a comedy great in its own right. Following the fictional employees of the Parks Department in rural Indiana, the series is extremely rewatchable thanks to its comforting, easygoing humor. “Parks and Rec” brims with optimism, its characters growing into supportive and empathetic people while they work within the confines of local government bureaucracy.

Beloved for its sweetly silly sense of humor, “Parks and Rec” provides some welcome light relief in what can be a cynical TV landscape. The ensemble cast of this sitcom on Peacock is also incredibly stacked with now-famous faces, including Amy Poehler, Chris Pratt, Nick Offerman, and Aubrey Plaza.

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Saturday Night Live (1975-Present)

As is to be expected, given its improvisational premise

, “Saturday Night Live” has had its ups and downs throughout its 46-year history. However, what’s beyond doubt is that the show’s highs rank among the most influential comedy ever produced.

A benchmark for American comedy that has shaped the genre for decades.

The fact that the entire show is available on Peacock means that fans can see everything from Eddie Murphy’s original “Mister Robinson’s Neighborhood” sketches to Mike Meyers’ “Wayne’s World” skits to the original 1975 cast that included Dan Akroyd, John Belushi, and Chevy Chase. While “SNL” hasn’t always hit the mark, it remains a benchmark for American comedy that has shaped the genre for decades.

“Saturday Night Live” has been running near-continuously since 1975 and is currently on its 49th season, making it the longest-running sketch comedy show on American TV.

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013-2021)

A sitcom instead of a police procedural, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” goes a long way in making TV detectives more than two-dimensional grizzled puzzle solvers. Here, the characters are allowed to be as vibrant and eccentric as they would be in other workplace comedies — the difference being that the workplace just happens to be a police station. The show also has some great central relationship storylines, Halloween heists, and some of the best cold opens in television history. Its availability on Peacock is a great incentive to subscribe to the platform.

Among “Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s” impressive slew of accolades are two Golden Globes in 2014, one for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy (which went to Andy Samberg), and Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy for the show itself.

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Based On A True Story (2023-Present)

Part thriller, part hilariously dark black comedy, “Based on a True Story’s” unique premise takes a subversive look at the true crime craze that’s dominated the past decade. Cuoco and Messina play a married couple who come up with an idea for a true-crime podcast that will see them unmask a dangerous serial killer.

Although its concept is gruesome, “Based on a True Story” is frequently hilarious, drawing great comedy from its farcical premise. Following in the footsteps of hit shows such as “Only Murders In The Building,” “Based on a True Story” is a welcome addition to an ever-popular genre.

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That ’70s Show (1998-2006)

Peacock is home to many quirky sitcoms, but among the quirkiest of them all is “That ’70s Show,” which had a hugely successful 8-season run between 1998 and 2006 (and more recently, a failed spin-off in the form of “The ’90s Show”). As the title suggests, “That ’70s Show” is set in the 1970s and lambasts almost everything about the decade, from the fashion sense to the music and changing attitudes towards sexuality. Few sitcoms managed to do running gags or catchphrases nearly as well, either, which make this show on Peacock particularly rewarding when it comes to repeat viewing.

Eric’s parents are arguably the funniest characters on the show, with Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith’s Kitty and Red Forman being a hilarious depiction of 1970s parents.

The central cast of “The ’70s Show” are a group of teens who usually hang out and smoke cannabis in the basement of Topher Grace’s character Eric Forman. Grace is joined by the likes of Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Laura Prepon, and Wilmer Valderrama, and in the final season, Josh Meyers. However, Eric’s parents are arguably the funniest characters on the show, with Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith’s Kitty and Red Forman being a hilarious depiction of 1970s parents.

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Best Mystery TV Shows On Peacock

Luther (2010-2019)

Idris Elba is a known name in Hollywood in the 2020s, and at one point was tipped to play the next James Bond — and a key ingredient in both his success and suitability as 007 was his casting as the lead in the British crime drama “Luther.” Elba stars in the show as DCI John Luther, a gruff and no-nonsense high-ranking police officer with the Serious Crime Unit of London’s metropolitan police. “Luther” is dripping with everything that makes both crime dramas and British TV shows so endearing, and definitely isn’t one to miss for Peacock subscribers seeking a thrilling and tense watch.

Idris Elba won a Golden Globe for his performance in 2012, and a Critics’ Choice television award in 2016, though he’s not the only notable performance in the “Luther” cast. “The Affair” star Ruth Wilson appears in several seasons of “Luther” as his reluctant ally Alice Morgan and is an equally gripping on-screen presence.

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Apples Never Fall (2024)

The mystery thriller “Apples Never Fall” has been a breakout hit for Peacock in 2024, and it’s not difficult to see why. For starters, it’s based on the novel of the same name by Liane Moriarty, the creative mind behind “Big Little Lies,” “Nine Perfect Strangers,” and many more. Secondly, the cast — which includes “Community” star Alison Brie and Golden Globe winner Annette Bening of “Death on the Nile” fame — is incredibly well-selected, with each delivering a standout performance. However, what makes “Apples Never Fall” so watchable at its core is the shocking mystery.

“Apples Never Fall” is a slowly unraveling thriller that starts with the disappearance of Joy Delaney (Bening), a matriarchal figure in her family and the axis upon which their lives spin. The adult Delaney children must then piece together why she suddenly vanished, and along the way learn that their parents may not be who they thought.

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The Bletchley Circle (2012-2014)

Using an interesting premise somewhat rooted in historical fact, “The Bletchley Circle” follows former employees of the famous code-breaking facility at Bletchley Park. Set after the end of the Second World War, the series sees the women use their code-breaking skills to solve a series of gruesome murders. Providing an unusual twist on the detective formula, “The Bletchley Circle” was positively received over its two short seasons and remains a gripping mystery drama.

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Monk (2002-2009)

A gently comedic mystery show revolving Tony Shalhoub’s eccentric detective, “Monk” is perhaps underappreciated for a show that ran for eight seasons. The series follows Adrian Monk (Shalhoub), who used to be on the San Francisco police force until his Obsessive Compulsive Disorder got in the way of his career. The series sees him as a consultant for the force as he goes into treatment for his OCD.

While he’s busy putting the puzzle pieces together for murder cases on a weekly basis, he also tries to take steps toward managing his OCD with the help of his assistant, as well as working on his wife’s unsolved murder case. Over the course of its run, “Monk” won eight Primetime Emmys and Shalhoub was consistently nominated for the Screen Actor’s Guild’s Best Actor. Funny, moving, and genuinely intriguing, “Monk” is one of the best TV shows on Peacock.

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Poker Face (2023-Present)

A modern mystery series that’s the perfect conduit for creator Rian Johnson’s signature style of storytelling, “Poker Face” is one of the best original shows to debut on Peacock. Natasha Lyonne stars as Charlie, a woman who can always tell when others are lying — a unique skill that gets her into trouble, but it also means that she’s able to see through the lies people feed her to unravel mysteries other people can’t.

Lyonne’s performance drives the show just as it did in her previous series, “Russian Doll.” Coupled with “Knives Out” creator Johnson’s clear passion for the genre, “Poker Face” makes the most of its clever central conceit.

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Murder, She Wrote (1984-1996)

Like “Columbo,” the quotable Jessica Fletcher (Angela Lansbury) is considered one of the best TV detectives of all time. Whereas Columbo’s movie-length mysteries were a touch harder-edged, Mrs. Fletcher’s were considered “cozy” murder mysteries thanks to her living in a small New England town and writing murder mysteries about her experiences.

There’s no profanity, no gore, and rarely foul language, and yet “Murder, She Wrote” somehow manages to be a warm and fuzzy series that makes the audience feel good while they watch a woman solve murders. Lansbury was nominated for 10 Golden Globes (winning four) and 12 Emmys during the run of the show.

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Psych (2006-2014)

This cult comedy series about Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and his best friend Gus solving crimes together was one of Peacock’s first major acquirements upon the service’s launch. “Psych” centers around Spencer, a detective with a near-super-powered photographic memory who uses his gift to convince people that he is actually psychic.

Creator Steve Franks has brought his characters back to television screens in movie form. “Psych 2: Lassie Come Home” was available to watch on Peacock’s launch day and was undoubtedly a major incentive for those who followed the show to subscribe. A third film, giving Gus (Dulé Hill) the spotlight, also premiered on Peacock, yet it is the original series that set the standard.

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Best Sci-Fi TV Shows On Peacock

Heroes (2006-2010)

“Save the cheerleader, save the world,” has become “Heroes'” most enduring contribution to pop culture, yet the show made many more significant contributions to sci-fi television than this single line. The first season of the series remains one of the best and most intriguing debuts in decades, expertly blending multiple storylines and setting up a potentially thrilling saga.

A Writers Guild of America strike in the middle of season 2 famously meant the creative team had to tie up loose ends quicker than they liked, and the decisions made there impacted the remainder of the series. Despite that, “Heroes'” central concept, of an event around the world causing sudden manifestations of superpowers, made for a great jumping-off point for the show and one of the great “what could have been” series on television.

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Mrs. Davis (2023-Present)

A satirical look at the age-old debate between science and religion, “Mrs. Davis” is a gleefully entertaining sci-fi comedy. Gilpin stars as Sister Simone, a nun on a one-woman mission to battle artificial intelligence. Despite its singularly bizarre premise, “Mrs. Davis” never descends into total chaos. Instead, the show pushes its ridiculous comedy to the limit, keeping its characters relatable throughout. It’s no surprise that the show boasts an impressive 91% on Rotten Tomatoes, making it one of the best TV shows on Peacock.

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Best Horror TV Shows On Peacock

The Vampire Diaries (2009-2017)

Teen romance meets the supernatural in “The Vampire Diaries.” The show centers on Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev), an orphaned teenage girl living in Mythic Falls, Virginia, who finds herself the object of vampire brothers Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon Salvatore’s (Ian Somerhalder) affection.

While the central love triangle was an engrossing storyline, “The Vampire Diaries” also shines with its supporting characters, be they Elena’s high school friends or memorable wicked villains. The series was so popular that it spawned two spinoffs, “The Originals” and “Legacies,” that are both worth watching, though they don’t quite capture the magic of the original.

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Chucky (2021-Present)

While it can be difficult to execute an effective horror concept on television, “Chucky” benefits from drawing on the mythology of the much-loved “Child’s Play” series. The show features cast members from the original movies as well as new faces to tell a whole new story that also connects with existing lore.

“Chucky” is a great love letter to fans of the renowned murderous children’s toy, but even those who haven’t seen every “Child’s Play” movie in the franchise can watch the show without being completely lost. This delicate balancing act makes the “Chucky” TV series reimagining one of the best shows available on Peacock.

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Wrapping Up

Peacock’s extensive library offers a plethora of quality TV shows across various genres, from comedy and drama to mystery and horror. Whether you’re in the mood for a heartwarming comedy like “Modern Family” or a gripping drama like “Yellowstone,” Peacock has something for everyone. Dive into these top 35 TV shows and discover why Peacock is becoming a go-to streaming platform for quality entertainment.

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