NBCU’s Comedy Subscription Service For Cord Cutters, SeeSo, Goes Live

by • January 7, 2016

SeeSo, NBCUniversal’s oddly named subscription service aimed at cord cutters, is now live. The ad-free streaming service is solely focused on comedies, pulling together well-known titles and fan favorites, including Monty Python classics, “Parks and Recreation,” “The Office” (US and UK versions), “The IT Crowd,” “The Kids In The Hall,” and many others, plus next-day access to full episodes of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and “Late Night with Seth Meyers” as well as over 40 years of “Saturday Night Live,” along with original programs and stand-up specials.

In total, there will be over 2,000 hours of original content provided at launch, with more being added every day, the company says.

Pricing for the service, which had previously been in private beta, is a fairly reasonable $3.99 per month.

Consumers can access SeeSo from the website, or from the just-launched iOS and Android applications.

Both online and on mobile, SeeSo is easy to use – it offers simple navigation, a search engine, tools to build playlists and a favorites list, and its various sections help you quickly find its originals, exclusives (like Monty Python), top shows (like SNL), and genres (like standup).



Source: TechCrunch - Sarah Perez

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