Peacock launched nationally today, but the streaming service is already set to lose a list of titles from its lineup.
HBO Max also lost content immediately after launching, with DC movies and other titles removed just a few weeks after going live, due to licensing issues with other services. It’s likely that both services will get the content back when those licensing deals are up.
While nearly 30 titles, including Jurassic Park and Shrek which are both currently featured on the app, will be leaving, there will still be over 20,000 hours of content available for premium tier subscribers.
These are the movies leaving Peacock in the coming weeks:
- Evan Almighty (7/16)
- Fast & Furious (7/16)
- Dead Silence (7/27)
- In Good Company (7/27)
- The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything Wrong (7/29)
- The Story of Us (7/29)
- All hat Heaven Allows (7/31)
- Creature From the Black Lagoon (7/31)
- Frailty (7/31)
- Idlewild (7/31)
- Joe (7/31)
- The Blair Witch Project (8/1)
- Blair Witch 2 (8/1)
- Blood Ties (8/1)
- Cesar Chavez (8/1)
- Children of Men (8/1)
- Drive Angry (8/1)
- Jonah Hex (8/1)
- Jurassic Park (8/1)
- Jurassic Park: The Lost World (8/1)
- Jurassic Park III (8/1)
- Parenthood (8/1)
- Shrek (8/1)
- Spawn (8/1)
- The Matrix (8/1)
- The Matrix Reloaded (8/1)
- The Matrix Revolutions (8/1)
- The Mummy (8/1)
- The Mummy Returns (8/1)
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