Telemundo will have a strong presence on NBCUniversal’s new streaming service Peacock, with thousands of hours of original Spanish-language programming, when it launches in 2020.
Telemundo will debut original series that will only be available on the platform, such as “Armas de Mujer,” a 10-episode dramedy from the makers of “Reina del Sur,” and “100 Días Para Volver,” the U.S. adaptation of “100 Días para Enamorarse” from Underground Producciones studio, acquired in August as part of the network’s plans to produce more premium scripted content and grow its international footprint.
NBCUniversal announced Peacock (so named in honor to NBC’s iconic logo) would roll out with over 15,000 hours of content. Of those, more than 3,000 hours will be Telemundo-produced original programming.
You can read more details about Telemundo’s presence on the new platform and what could happen to its content on Netflix on Forbes.