NBCUniversal is ready to bring some more comedy to your digital screens. The broadcast network has set January 7, 2016 as the official release date of its ad-free, comedy streaming subscription service SeeSo.
SeeSo will be available at seeso.com and on iOS and Android devices, with NBC planning to add more platforms in the coming months. Several original series and specials will be available at the time of SeeSo’s launch, including the animated comedy The Cyanide & Happiness Show (brought to you by the Streamy Award-winning team behind the Cyanide & Happiness YouTube channel and its more than five million subscribers) , the Matt Besser special Besser Breaks the Record, and the Amy Poehler-hosted variety sketch show The UCB Show. NBC will release new episodes for each of SeeSo’s five original series every week after the service’s official launch.
NBC originally announced its plans to launch a comedy video subscription service back in March 2015. Little was known about the unnamed product until the Peacock network dubbed it SeeSo and revealed more information about the service in October. NBC released a teaser trailer for SeeSo shortly afterwards, and then launched a month-long beta version for users to test the service starting December 3.
You can sign up for a $3.99-per-month subscription to SeeSo on the service’s official site.