NBC has secured “stacking rights” to 90% of its fall TV show lineup, including “The Voice,” “Saturday Night Live” and “Superstore,” and will offer the five most recent episodes for free on its website and mobile apps — as well as full seasons to subscribers of participating pay-TV providers.
In addition, the Peacock will offer the entire season of freshman comedy “The Good Place” for free, without requiring pay-TV authentication; it’s the only freshman show NBC owns full rights to.
Source and more: Variety
Will the additional exposure help keep The Good Place away from ‘The Bad Place’ that is the cancellation graveyard?
Stay tuned as we continue to monitor the status of The Good Place Season 2 renewal…