Cooking a turkey, visiting with family, watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade while stuffed, feeling guilty about the amount of stuffing and pumpkin pie consumed, and promising to get back in shape after bingeing on Thanksgiving leftovers are just a few of the many traditions that almost everyone partakes in every year.
Many people in the United States celebrate the holiday by tuning in to the National Dog Show. Everyone can find something to enjoy at the event, whether it’s seeing their favorite breed of dog parade around a packed auditorium or listening to the colorful commentary from the clearly amused presenters.
How Can You Watch it For Free?
Broadcast on television every year, the 21st Annual National Dog Show is a staple and can be watched for free by anyone with a TV, an antenna, and a good signal. This year, NBC will air the celebration of canine culture.
You can also tune in via the NBC Sports app on your Roku, Amazon Fire, or Apple TV, or online at NBCSports.com.
Where is it Streaming?
Don’t worry if you don’t have a cable subscription or would rather watch TV online. Multiple choices are available. Peacock will broadcast the National Dog Show live. Peacock, set to debut in 2020, will feature content from NBC Universal and Comcast, including films and television shows from Universal Studios, the Olympic Games, the Bravo network, and Saturday Night Live.
The Good Place, New Amsterdam, Law & Order: SVU, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine are just a few of NBC’s hit shows that are produced at Peacock. The service also features a wide variety of sports broadcasts, including those from the WWE, NFL, and Premier League.
Peacock now has a wider variety of original scripted and unscripted shows, such as Vampire Academy, The Resort, and a documentary on wrestler Teddy Hart.
When Can I Watch it?
On November 24 at 12 PM ET, the broadcast and streaming of the National Dog Show will begin. The show will run for two hours, ending at approximately 2:00 p.m. EST.
How Much Does it Cost?
When you sign up for Peacock’s most fundamental plan, no personal information or credit card details are required. Users can get free access to over 10,000 hours of content with just an email address. In terms of features, the free tier is severely lacking.
There are a number of paid tiers available on Peacock if you want access to more content. The first paid tier of the streaming service is called Peacock Premium, and it grants users access to more than 80,000 hours of content each month for $5, or $50 annually.
Access to new releases and live events is available, but users will be subjected to advertisements. The Peacock Premium Plus tier is available for an additional $10 per month, or $100 per year, if the limitations of the basic plan are too much to bear.
All the features of Premium, plus the ability to download and watch shows without an internet connection, no ads. During this year’s Black Friday sale, you can subscribe to Peacock for an entire year for just $1 per month.
Who Is in The National Dog Show?
Countless canine companions, needless to say. The competition will feature over 200 dog breeds and 1,500 canine participants. There are seven distinct types of canines, including toy dogs, terriers, working dogs, sporting dogs, hounds, non-sporting dogs, and herding dogs.
Claire, the Scottish Deerhound, has won the last two shows and is now defending her title. Does she have what it takes to win three in a row? Nestle Purina PetCare, the main sponsor of the competition, and John O’Hurley, best known for his role as J. Peterman on Seinfeld, are both returning.