Otherwise, you might have some decisions to make. Change subscription – or add another to one list that probably also includes services like HBO Max, CBS All Access, and Disney + – is it worth it for you? Peacock has other content like Parks and recreation, and just launched his Saved by the Bell restart positive reviews.
If you really just wanna watch Office, so maybe it makes sense to step out of the quicksand of licensing and streaming services, and just buy the show. Hanging the series on Blu-ray for HD viewing is expensive to $ 120, and sold out in every store I could find. DVD edition is cheaper at $ 50, but 480p is a difficult one. Your best bet, and the cheapest, may be to buy a digital copy, because The Office: Complete Series run is available from retailers like Seen or Apple iTunes for $ 30.
If you don’t want to pay at all, Peacock is streaming the first two seasons for free and has posted some of his complementary content on YouTube for you to enjoy, with more to come over the next few days. For paying subscribers, there is much more, with select episodes featuring each character’s best moments, and even a 24/7 live channel dedicated to the sights and sounds of an office environment. They also added Behind the Scenes extras and extended cut “Superfan” episodes that add new footage.