The first two seasons are free, whether or not you have a Peacock membership. You will then need a Peacock Premium membership – either the ad-supported tier or the ad-free Peacock Premium Plus membership – to watch seasons three through nine, as well as the Superfan episodes mentioned above. Those who wish to watch the series in Spanish, with audio dubbing or closed captioning, will be able to do so in February.
“Having Office returning to the NBC family opens up access to a lot of additional content that we originally shot, ”said Greg Daniels, the creator of the US version of the show. Daniels worked with the show’s original editors to find the footage included in the Superfan episodes. Although he comes from the cutting room floor, he says the scenes are “always fun to see”.
In addition to the Superfan episodes, Peacock will host behind-the-scenes footage from the show, including bloopers and interviews if you just want to see the show at its best. In addition, they will receive episode lists. Oh, and it will be a dedicated Zen channel that plays the ambient sounds of the show 24/7 to make you feel like you’re working out of Dunder Mifflin. “The experience on Peacock should be like a celebration of Office for the fans, ”according to Daniels, and it just might end up being the case.