How to Stream Nope, Jordan Peele's Sci-Fi Nightmare, This November

How to Stream Nope

It will soon be time to say yep to streaming Nope at home.

On Friday, Nov. 18, four months after Nope‘s theatrical release, Peacock will become the exclusive streaming home for Jordan Peele’s sci-fi pop nightmare.

Peacock will also stream a new documentary that looks at the making of Nope, featuring interviews from cast and crew and offering behind-the-scenes footage.

How to Watch Nope on Peacock Streaming
Nope will only be available to subscribers of the Peacock Premium tier, which costs $4.99 per month. Sign up now to also gain access to other exclusive Peacock content such as the Halloween Ends franchise finale, the supernatural horror film The Black Phone, the slasher flick They/Them, Idris Elba’s Beast, Minions: The Rise of Gru and the blockbuster Jurassic World Dominion… the TV series Vampire Academy, Girls5eva, One of Us Is Lying and the Fresh Prince reboot Bel-Air… the daily soap opera Days of Our Lives… and full seasons of Yellowstone, Modern FamilyThe OfficeTwo and a Half Men and Psych.

Peacock also is the new, exclusive home for next-day streaming of new episodes of NBC shows such as the #OneChicago trifecta, La Brea, the Law & Order franchise, Saturday Night Live and The Voice.

($4.99/month; $9.99/month for Peacock Premium Plus with no ads)
Streaming Sign Up Link

Currently, Peacock offers three subscription levels: a free, basic plan that will not allow you to watch Nope; the Premium plan, which has you sit through some ads and is $4.99/month (sign up here); and Peacock Premium Plus, which fetches $9.99/month and spares you the watching of any ads (sign up here).

What Is Nope About?
Peele’s follow-up to 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us reunites the filmmaker with Oscar winner Daniel Kaluuya, who with Keke Palmer plays OJ and Emerald Haywood, siblings who have inherited a horse ranch from their industry-legend father, Otis Haywood Sr. (Keith David). Oscar nominee Steven Yeun plays Ricky “Jupe” Park, a former child star who now owns and runs Jupiter’s Claim, a neighboring family-fun theme park and petting zoo predicated on the white-washed history and aesthetics of the California Gold Rush. When OJ and Emerald begin observing unexplained phenomena on their vast ranch, it leads them down an obsessive rabbit hole.

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