NBCUniversal’s Telemundo Enterprises is launching content brand Tplus on Peacock this fall in sync with the company’s exclusive Spanish-language coverage of the World Cup in Qatar.Programming under the Tplus banner will be available on the premium tier of Peacock, NBCU’s streaming service, which costs $5 a month with ads and $10 without them. (Some pay-TV and broadband customers get Peacock Premium at no extra charge.)Programming will range from scripted drama to unscripted projects from top producers to a docuseries centered on Colombian music star J Balvin. (See more details about the shows below.)Telemundo, which has exclusive Spanish-language rights to the World Cup, will stream all matches in Qatar on Peacock.
Soccer has proven to be a subscription driver for Peacock, with Premier League matches accounting for many Premium sign-ups.
NBCU parent Comcast has not provided a recent update on Peacock’s numbers, indicating it last summer that it is ahead of internal projections with 20 million monthly active users.Read more on deadline.com