From West Philly to Bel-Air. Sound familiar? The premise is loosely the same, but the context is much more complex in the drama series Bel-Air on Peacock TV. Produced by the original Prince of Bel-Air, Wil Smith, Bel-Air tells the story of Wil, a Black teen in Philadelphia who gets shipped cross-country to his wealthy aunt and uncle’s home in California after a scuffle on a basketball court. While those points are the same as the 1990s sitcom, Bel-Air re-envisions the show as a one-hour drama, in which Wil’s “scuffle” landed him in cuffs and on the bad side of some really bad dudes. Now, he’s navigating the world of the upper crust in sunny Bel-Air, trying to fit in and build a second chance while still staying true to his Philadelphia roots. Read on to find out how to stream the Bel-Air TV series.
- Where To Watch Bel-Air: Bel-Air airs on Peacock. Sign up and Watch Bel-Air
- When Do New Episodes of Bel-Air release: Bel-Air season 2 premieres on Thursday, February 23, with new episodes arriving on Peacock every Thursday.
Where to stream Bel-Air
Bel-Air is a Peacock Original series and streams exclusively on Peacock. Peacock is the over-the-top streaming service from NBCUniversal, with video-on-demand and some live events. In addition to TV shows and movies from the NBC and Universal libraries, plenty of third-party content is available from Lionsgate, Starz, Warner Bros, A&E Networks, ViacomCBS, Paramount, Cinedigm, and more.
Peacock has premium and ad-free plan options. Most Peacock originals like Bel-Air are on the premium tier, which is $5.99 per month and will let you watch new episodes one day after they air. Peacock also has a premium ad-free subscription for $11.99 per month. Not only will this subscription eliminate ads, but also provide a live stream of your local NBC station.
Peacock supports iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV 4K, Apple TV HD, Xbox One S and Xbox One X, Android devices, Android TV, Chromecast, and Chromecast built-in. New episodes of the latest season become available within eight days of the shows airing on NBC. You can learn more in our review of Peacock. You can sign up for Peacock on their website.