NBC's comedy streaming service launches January 7th

SeeSo will be open to all after a month-long beta.

SeeSo, NBC's comedy streaming service, began serving up buckets of laughs for those with an invite to is free limited beta last week. The network announced today that it would keep its word and make the service available to all the first week of January. Starting January 7th, access to the collection of movies and TV shows will no longer require a special invitation, but it will demand a monthly fee. If you'll recall, SeeSo serves up episodes of series like Saturday Night Live, Parks & Recreation and more alongside new original series that are exclusive to the $4 monthly subscription. What's more, classics like Monty Python are also available to streaming.

You can also expect to catch up on the latest from The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Late Night with Seth Meyers the day after those episodes air. Despite the initial web-only, the service will be available on both Android and iOS when it properly launches next month. And yes, you can expect another free trial period at that time as well. If you were hoping to stream content on your favorite living room device, don't worry: NBC says it plans to add more platforms "in the coming months."

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