NBC's comedy streaming service starts free beta preview December 3rd

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Billy Steele
November 16th, 2015
NBC's comedy streaming service starts free beta preview December 3rd

If you want to give SeeSo a shot before signing up, you'll get your chance next month. NBC's comedy streaming service will be available as a limited free public beta starting December 3rd. During the web-only trial period, viewers can expect to watch classics from Monty Python, including The Flying Circus, The Meaning of Life, Holy Grail, and Life of Brian. There's also the likes of 30 Rock, Parks and Recreation, Saved By the Bell, and both the US and UK versions of The Office. If that wasn't enough to convince you to check it out, episodes of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Late Night with Seth Meyers will be available the day after they air alongside 40 years of Saturday Night Live sketches.

Beta previewers will also catch a glimpse of SeeSo's exclusive original content, which includes The UCB Show, from Upright Citizens Brigade founders Amy Poehler, Matt Walsh, Ian Roberts and Matt Besser. NBC says SeeSo's regular subscription format will go live in January at $4/month across a range of devices, but until then, you might as well give the service a look free of charge. You'll want to act quickly, though, as a limited number of spots will be available.

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