Comcast executives are considering plans to bring Peacock to an international audience.
Comcast’s streaming service Peacock has netted 42 million sign-ups, according to a quarterly earnings report released on Thursday.
Additional news content providers, including Telemundo, are said to launch at a later date.
Comcast and the WWE have affirmed reports that the companies are screening and removing problematic content in certain professional wrestling shows.
Peacock has 35 million registered users, according to data revealed by executives at an advertiser event earlier this week.
Comcast and the WWE are editing some shows to remove racist and problematic content.
The NFL ended months of anticipation when it announced news broadcast and cable distribution deals that cover television rights to its football games.
From March 18 to March 24, all episodes of “The Office” will be free to stream with ads on Peacock.
Peacock now has 33 million users across the United States, an increase from 22 million users at the end of September.
The WWE Network will shut down in mid-March, with content moving to Comcast’s Peacock.