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Peacock Premiere Dates for Scripted Series the Rest of 2022

Peacock today announced the premiere date schedule for its upcoming Originals scripted slate for the rest of 2022, including all-new programming from upcoming dramas, comedies, and kids’ titles. This is in addition to the previously released Peacock July 2022 schedule.

Peacock has also released early teaser images for select originals, including A Friend of the Family, Last Light, Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin, and The Best Man: The Final Chapters.

Peacock Premiere Dates for Scripted Series the Rest of 2022



Set in the high-pressured world of bomb disposal, “Trigger Point” stars Vicky McClure (Line of Duty, This is England) and Adrian Lester (Life, Trauma) as frontline officers who must risk their lives during a terrorist campaign in the heart of London. When a terrorist campaign threatens the capital over one summer, the Expos are at the forefront of urgent efforts to find out who is behind the bombings before fatalities escalate.

Under extreme pressure and searching for answers, Lana becomes suspicious that the bomber is premeditatedly targeting her unit – but how does she prove it and discover the bomber’s real identity? 

Cast: Vicky McClure, Adrian Lester, Mark Stanley, Warren Brown, Kerry Godliman, Cal MacAninch.

Writer / Creator: Daniel Brierley ; Showrunner/ Executive Producer: Jed Mercurio; Executive Producers: Jimmy Mulville, Mark Redhead, and Jessica Sharkey; Directors: Gilles Bannier, Jennie Darnell; Producer: Julia Stannard; Produced By: HTM Television for ITV, UK in association with All3Media International.

Format: Thriller drama, six episodes X 60 minutes ; Filming Location: London, UK.


In an epic, action-packed tale that spans the entire globe, from Monte Carlo to Hong Kong, beloved characters from Days of our Lives once again go “Beyond Salem!” as they trade the comforts of home for an adventure of a lifetime! Over the course of five thrilling episodes, heartwarming family reunions take a dangerous turn as a mysterious adversary wreaks havoc on their lives.

The next chapter of “Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem” is a story full of larger-than-life romance, jaw-dropping twists, and high-stakes drama – and it all connects back to a plot that long-time “DOOL” fans will surely remember.

Cast: Eileen Davidson as Kristen DiMera, Kristian Alfonso as Hope Williams Brady, Peter Reckell as Bo Brady, Deidre Hall as Dr. Marlena Evans, Drake Hogestyn as John Black, Steve Burton as Harris Michaels, Stephen Nichols as Steve “Patch” Johnson, Mary Beth Evans as Kayla Brady Johnson, Lucas Adams as Tripp Johnson, and Camila Banus as Gabi Hernandez.

Cast Continued: Victoria Konefal as Ciara Brady, Robert Scott Wilson as Ben Weston, Remington Hoffman as Li Shin, Christopher Sean as Paul Narita, Loretta Devine as Angela, Vince Van Patten as Phil Hellworth, Tanner Stine as Joey Johnson, Abigail Klein as Stephanie Johnson, Colton Little as Andrew Donovan, and Victoria Grace as Wendy Shin.

Executive Producer: Ken Corday; Co-Executive Producer: Albert Alarr; Headwriter: Ron Carlivati; Produced By: Corday Productions in association with Sony Pictures Television; Format: 5 x 60 min episodes (daily drop July 11-15).

THE RESORT (July 28, First 3 Episodes)

It is a multi-generational, coming-of-age love story disguised as a fast-paced mystery about the disappointment of time. An anniversary trip puts a marriage to the test when the couple finds themselves embroiled in one of the Yucatan’s most bizarre unsolved mysteries that took place fifteen years prior.

Series Regulars: William Jackson Harper, Cristin Milioti, Nick Offerman, Skyler Gisondo, Luis Gerardo Méndez, Nina Bloomgarden, Gabriela Cartol; Recurring Guest Stars: Ben Sinclair, Parvesh Cheena, Debby Ryan, Dylan Baker, Michael Hitchcock, Becky Ann Baker.

Showrunner / Writer / Executive Producer: Andy Siara; Executive Producers: Sam Esmail and Chad Hamilton of Esmail Corp (via Anonymous Content); Co-Showrunner / Executive Producer / Writer: Allison Miller; Co-Executive Producer: Sarah Matte (Esmail Corp); Director / Executive Producer: Ben Sinclair (episodes 1-4).

Produced By: UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group and Esmail Corp; Format: comedic thriller, 8 x 30 minutes; Filming Location: Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Mexico.


Set in 2024, TUW tracks a leading team of analysts buried in the heart of GCHQ, secretly working to ward off a series of cyber-attacks on the UK in the run-up to a general election. When a routine stress test of internet infrastructure goes awry, 21-year-old GCHQ intern Saara Parvin suddenly finds herself operating on the invisible frontier of high-stakes cyber warfare.

The series is a result of meticulous research by BAFTA award-winning creator Peter Kosminsky, lifting the veil on the most urgent battle of our time. In a thrilling cat-and-mouse game, Saara and the team at GCHQ must try to stay one step ahead and anticipate their opponent’s every hidden move.

The clock is ticking as a battle with high stakes and unpredictable enemies takes place entirely online, with very real consequences. But how do you win a war most of the public don’t know you’re fighting?

Cast: Simon Pegg, Mark Rylance, Adrian Lester, Alex Jennings, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, Hannah Khalique-Brown.

Executive Producer / Director / Writer: Peter Kosminsky; Executive Producers: Colin Callender and Noëlette Buckley; Director: Peter Kosminsky; Producer: Robert Jones; Co-Produced By: Playground, Stonehenge Films and Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group in association with Channel 4.

The series will be distributed by NBCUniversal Global Distribution; Format: 6 x 60”; Additional Writers: Declan Lawn, Adam Patterson, and Amelia Spencer.


Four friends. One story of great love. A messy, raucous stumble into bad dates and heartaches – and surviving your twenties. The bestseller from the heart of Dolly Alderton.

The central love story of Everything I Know About Love is between childhood best friends Maggie and Birdy. But it is also a raucous girl gang show, set in a 2012 London house-share inhabited by four girls – Maggie, Birdy, and their mates from university, Amara, and Nell. The series is an unflinching deep dive into bad dates, heartaches, and humiliations and begs the question: can platonic love survive romantic love as we grow up?

Cast: Emma Appleton, Bel Powley, Marli Siu, Aliyah Odoffin, Connor Finch, Jordan Peters and Ryan Bown

Creator, Writer & Executive Producer: Dolly Alderton; Executive Producers: Surian Fletcher-Jones, Eric Fellner, and Tim Bevan for Working Title Television and Jo McClellan for the BBC; Directors: China Moo-Young, Julia Ford; Producer: Simon Maloney; Produced by: Working Title Television, which is part of Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group.

The series will be distributed by NBCUniversal Global Distribution; Format: 7 x 45”, comedy-drama series; Filming Location: Manchester (UK), London (UK), New York (USA).

LAST LIGHT (September 8)

The series is based on Alex Scarrow’s international best-selling novel Last Light, which tells the story of a family fighting to survive in a world that has been suddenly thrown into chaos.

Petro-chemist Andy Yeats knows how dependent the world is on oil; if something were to happen to the world’s oil supply, it would set off a chain reaction: transportation would grind to a halt, supplies would cease to be delivered, law enforcement would be overwhelmed. While on a business trip to the Middle East, Andy realizes that his worst fears are coming true, and his family is separated at this crucial moment.

His teenage daughter, Laura, is alone at home in London while his wife, Elena, and young son, Sam, are in Paris. Amid this chaos, each family member will sacrifice everything to find one another, despite the distance and the dangers that separate them. Based on Alex Scarrow’s best-selling novel of the same name.

Cast: Matthew Fox, Joanne Froggatt, Alyth Ross, Taylor Fay, Amber Rose Revah, Victor Alli, Tom Wlaschiha, Hakeem Jomah

Director of all episodes: Dennie Gordon; Executive Producers: Dennie Gordon, Matthew Fox, William Choi, Sydney Gallonde, Rikke Ennis, Patrick Renault, Diego Piasek, Patrick Massett, John Zinman; Co-Executive Producers: Rola Bauer and Steven Johnson; Producer: Veronika Lencova; Produced by: MGM International Television Productions in association with Peacock, Viaplay Group, MBC, and STAN.

Format: 5 x 45 min episodes, limited drama series; Filming Location: Prague, Paris and Abu Dhabi.

VAMPIRE ACADEMY (September 15)

From executive producers Julie Plec & Marguerite MacIntyre comes a story of friendship, romance, and danger. In a world of privilege and glamour, two young women’s friendship transcends their strikingly different classes as they prepare to complete their education and enter vampire society.

One is a powerful Royal, and the other is a half-vampire Guardian trained to protect against the savage ‘Strigoi’ who threaten to tear their society apart. That is if Royal infighting doesn’t do the job first.

Cast: Sisi Stringer, Daniela Nieves, Kieron Moore, André Dae Kim, J. August Richards, Anita-Joy Uwajeh, Mia Mckenna-Bruce, Rhian Blundell, Jonetta Kaiser and Andrew Liner.

Showrunner / Writer / Executive Producer / Director: Julie Plec; Showrunner / Writer / Executive Producer: Marguerite MacIntyre; Executive Producers: Emily Cummins, Don Murphy, Susan Montford, Deepak Nayar and Jillian DeFrehn; Directors: Bille Woodruff (first episode), Luis Prieto, Jesse Warn, Erica Dunton, Geoff Shotz and Julie Plec; Author: Richelle Mead.

Produced By: Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group; Format: 10 x 60 min episodes, YA drama; Filming Location: Spain.


The Rescue Rides are back with exciting adventures as they help Magnus reclaim his workshop from a group of baby, metal-eating Razortooth Metalmaw dragons before they eat him out of house and home- literally. Dak, Winger, Aggro, and Burple find themselves dueling with a mischievous Copyclae dragon who can impersonate both their voices and powers.

But when a dragon whose blast wipes out memories attacks Dak and Layla, it’s up to their dragon friends to bring their memories back before the twins forget they were “Rescue Riders” forever.

Cast: Nicolas Cantu, Brennley Brown, Carlos Alazraqui, Moira Quirk, Roshon Fegan, Brad Grusnick, Tara Strong, Zach Callison, Skai Jackson, Noah Bentley, Andre Robinson and Marsai Martin.

Executive Producer: Jack Thomas; Co-Executive Producer: Brian Roberts; Produced By: DreamWorks Animation; Format: 6 episodes x 22 minutes.

Peacock - A Friend of the Family


“A Friend of the Family” is based on the harrowing true story of the Broberg family, whose daughter Jan was kidnapped multiple times over a period of years by a charismatic, obsessed family “friend.” The Brobergs — devoted to their faith, family, and community — were utterly unprepared for the sophisticated tactics their neighbor used to exploit their vulnerabilities, drive them apart, and turn their daughter against them. This is the story of how their lives were permanently altered — and how they survived.

Cast: Anna Paquin, Jake Lacy, Colin Hanks, Lio Tipton, Mckenna Grace, Hendrix Yancey, Austin Stowell, Patrick Fischler, Bree Elrod, Philip Ettinger.

Showrunner / Executive Producer / Writer: Nick Antosca; Executive Producer: Alex Hedlund; Executive Producer / Director (multiple episodes, including 101): Eliza Hittman; Producers: Jan Broberg, Mary Ann Broberg; Consulting Producer: Skye Borgman for Top Knot Films.

Produced by: UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group; Format: 9 x 60 min, True Crime Limited Drama Series.


Following the heart-pounding conclusion of Season One, the Bayview Four have a very deadly secret. In Season Two, we’ll see just how far they’ll go to protect their secret, themselves, and each other.

Cast: Marianly Tejada, Chibuikem Uche, Annalisa Cochrane, Cooper van Grootel, Jess McLeod, Melissa Collazo, Sara Thompson, Alimi Ballard.

Writer/ Showrunner / Executive Producer: Erica Saleh; Executive Producers: Darío Madrona, John Sacchi, and Matt Groesch of 5 More Minutes Productions, Jan Oxenberg, Molly Nussbaum, and Bill Johnson; Executive Producer / Director: Michael Weaver; Directors: Shannon Kohli, Roxanne Benjamin, Ben Semanoff.

Produced By: UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group; Filming Location: New Zealand; Format: 8 x 60 min, drama series.


Series two of “The Capture” will again question if we can really believe what we see. Britain is under siege: hacked news feeds, manipulated media, and interference in politics. Entrenched in the UK’s own ‘Correction’ unit, DCI Rachel Carey finds herself in the middle of a new conspiracy – with a new target.

But how can she solve this case when she can’t even trust her closest colleagues? Escalating from the CCTV thriller of series one, the six-part run features ‘invisible’ assassins, the terrifying rise of deepfake technology, the ever-growing tension between government and Big Tech, and corruption at the heart of the British media.

Cast: Holliday Grainger, Paapa Essiedu, Indira Varma, Andy Nyman, Ron Perlman, Rob Yang, Ben Miles, Lia Williams, Cavan Clerkin, Ginny Holder and Nigel Lindsay.

Showrunner / Writer / Executive Producer: Ben Chanan; Executive Producers: David Heyman, Rosie Alison, and Tom Winchester for Heyday Television, Tom Coan for Universal International Studios, Ben Irving for the BBC alongside Ben Chanan and Derek Ritchie; Producer: Kristian Dench; Directors: James Kent, Philippa Langdale.

Produced By: Heyday Television, which is part of Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. The series will be distributed by NBCUniversal Global Distribution and airs on BBC One in the UK. Filming Location: London (UK); Format: 6 x 60”, thriller series.

THE MISSING (Working Title, November 10)

“The Missing” tells the story of NYPD Detective Avraham Avraham, whose belief in mankind is his superpower when it comes to uncovering the truth. Guided by a deep sense of spirituality and religious principles, Avraham is left to question his own humanity when a seemingly routine investigation turns upside down.

Cast: Jeff Wilbusch, Juliana Canfield, Karen Robinson, Michael Mosley.

Showrunner / Writer / Executive Producer: David E. Kelley; Executive Producers: Jason Horwitch, Jonathan Shapiro, Matthew Tinker (Kelley’s producing partner), Keshet Studios’ Peter Traugott and Lisa Roos, Keshet International’s Alon Shrutzman, Keshet Media Group’s Avi Nir, Keshet Broadcasting’s Karni Ziv; Co-Executive Producer: Keshet Studios’ Heather Brewster; Director (multiple episodes, including 101) / Executive Producer: Barry Levinson; Author / Executive Producer: Dror A. Mishani.

Produced By: Keshet Studios, the U.S. production arm of global content producer and distributor Keshet International, and Universal Television, a division of Universal Studios Group; Format: 8 x 60 min episodes, crime drama series.

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In the new series for Peacock, several years after we last saw him in “Pitch Perfect,” Adam Devine’s Bumper Allen moves to Germany to revive his music career when one of his songs becomes big in Berlin. 

Cast: Adam Devine, Flula Borg, Sarah Hyland, Lera Abova, Jameela Jamil.

Showrunner / Writer / Executive Producer: Megan Amram; Executive Producers: Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman of Brownstone Productions, Paul Brooks and Scott Neimeyer of Gold Circle Films, Adam Devine; Executive Producer (episode 1) / Director (episodes 1-2): Todd Strauss-Schulson; Executive Producer / Producing Director (episodes 3, 4, 6): Richie Keen; Director (episode 5): Maureen Bharoocha.

Produced By: Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group; Format: 6 x 30 min episodes, comedy series.

IRREVERENT (November 30)

A criminal mediator from Chicago is forced to flee his life and everything he knows and hide out in a small Australian reef community in Far North Queensland, posing as the new church Reverend. “Reverend Mackenzie Boyd” (not his real name) has made a mess so bad he can never go home, but he’s going to need all his considerable street smarts to pull off posing as clergy – something he doesn’t know the first thing about.

If he slips up, he’s dead, and after a lifetime of crime, doing good work is not something that comes naturally. But “Mack” finds himself in a small beach town with no phone or internet, in a community that is filled with people desperate for connection and crying out for a leader.

What at first seems like a perfect hiding place from the Chicago mob quickly becomes Mack’s home. But as he reluctantly settles into his new life, Chicago commences the hunt. The only way he will be able to stay off their radar will be to maintain the illusion that he is a Reverend.

To do that, though, Mack will have to appear to care. Trouble for Mack is, after all that pretending, it may just become a little bit real.

Cast: Colin Donnell, PJ Byrne, Kylie Bracknell, Briallen Clarke, Tegan Stimson, Ed Oxenbould, Wayne Blair, Russell Dykstra, Calen Tassone, Jason Wilder.

Showrunner / Creator / Writer: Paddy Macrae; Executive Producer / Writer: Andrew Knight; Executive Producer: Debbie Lee, Alastair McKinnon; Additional Writers: Andrew Anastasios, Angela McDonald, Darlene Johnson and Dan Knight; Directors: Jonathan Teplitzky and Lucy Gaffy; Producer: Tom Hoffie.

Produced By: Matchbox Pictures, which is part of Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. The series is a co-production between Peacock and Netflix Australia. It will be distributed by NBCUniversal Global Distribution; Format: 10 x 60”, drama series; Filming Location: Queensland, Australia.


Based upon the eponymous Universal film franchise written and directed by Malcolm D. Lee, the series will catch up with Harper, Robyn, Jordan, Lance, Quentin, Shelby, Candace, and Murch as relationships evolve and past grievances resurface in the unpredictable stages of midlife crisis meets midlife renaissance.

Cast: Morris Chestnut, Melissa De Sousa, Taye Diggs, Regina Hall, Terrence Howard, Sanaa Lathan, Nia Long and Harold Perrineau.

Writers / Executive Producers: Malcolm D. Lee of Blackmaled Productions and Dayna Lynne North of Loud Sis Productions. Dominique Telson will oversee production for Blackmaled Productions; Directors: Malcolm D. Lee (four episodes), Charles Stone III, Robert Townsend, and Stacey Muhammad; Executive Producer: Sean Daniel of Hivemind.

Produced By: Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group.