Peacock has tiers. The free level of 7plus would remain, but the next tier is ad-free, then top level is premium, with more movies, bigger selection. It’d be better than trying to introduce a new brand to the market and NBCU extends their reach. Seems like a no-brainer to me.

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7Plus attracts Australia’s biggest free premium streaming audience

7plus has soared in Q2 to become Australia’s most-watched premium streaming service. Up 32% from Q1 2023, 7plus is #1 in BVOD post-Easter with a dominant 41.5% commercial share.

Record-breaking figures have been driven by Seven’s hit shows, including Farmer Wants A Wife, Home and Away, The 1% Club and breakout hit, The Rookie. Post-Easter 7plus is:

  • #1 In BVOD

  • 32% Up in minutes streamed

  • 12pts Up in share points


7+ / 7premium /7premium+ ??

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Recent FAST changes on 7+:


  • 7NEWS Spotlight
  • Family Fun
  • Rally Replay


  • Australian Idol
  • Holey Moley

You’d probably have to go 7plus / 7plus ad-free / 7plus Premium

Or try colours: 7plus Red for free, 7plus Silver for ad-free, 7plus Gold for Premium?


Is this any good?

Law and Order UK

From today

UK version of the long-running U.S. TV drama that tells the stories of two separate yet equally important groups: the police, who investigate crime; and the attorneys, who prosecute the offenders.


The patent office must be interesting…


Eight series of Law & Order: UK were produced for ITV from 2009 to 2014. 10 only showed series 1 in Australia.

Will 7plus get the rights to all eight series?


Does anyone in Australia want to watch it? Ten only showed one season so the answer is probably no.

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I find British tv much better quality in terms of drama and sitcoms then say American ones so I’ll probably give this one a go.

I am fairly sure Ten showed 2 or 3 seasons before dropping it. It popped in and out of the schedule a number of times during it’s run on Ten.

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Peacock free tier has been dumped for new subs in the U.S. The other two tiers get the same content - one with ads, one without.