Queens Court is a new reality dating show that features three famous single ladies searching for their match. Tamar Braxton, Evelyn Lozada, and Nivea are legendary queens in the public eye, but need partners who can handle their fame and success. Hollywood power couple Holly Robinson Peete and Rodney Peete are here to help guide them on a quest to find their kings as they meet 21 successful and confident suitors. Throughout the process, the three Queens form a sisterhood of support between themselves. Read on for more on how to watch Queens Court.
- When to Watch: New episodes of Queens Court drop on Thursdays.
- Where To Watch Queens Court: Queens Court is available on Peacock Premium (sign up).
Where to stream Queens Court
Queens Court is available in the US on Peacock TV. 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 originals like Queens Court are on the premium tier, For $4.99 per month and will let you watch new NBC episodes one day after they air, as well as offer full access to original programming. Peacock also has a premium ad-free subscription for $9.99 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 airing on NBC. You can learn more in our review of Peacock. You can sign up for Peacock on their website.
Trailer for Queens Court
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