Peacock Productions’ 1000th Episode

By Chris Ariens 

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NBC’s in-house production company Peacock Productions just finished production of its 1,000th episode: the season premiere of “Disappeared,” which airs on ID.

Launched in July 2007 and named for the iconic NBC brand, Peacock Productions produces shows for several networks inside the NBC family, including USA, Cloo and CNBC as well as outside the company for networks like A&E, TLC and History.

“We have an amazing team and incredibly supportive partners who make the creative process collaborative,” says Sharon Scott, EVP and GM. “As a result, we’ve been able to produce entertaining story telling and impactful award-winning programming.”

After the jump, some of the shows produced by Peacock Productions…

Discovery’s “iGenius: How Steve Jobs Changed the World”
ID’s “Disappeared” (series)
The Weather Channel’s “Storm Riders” (series)
UK’s Channel 5, “The Woman Who Lost Her Face: Extraordinary People”
Discovery’s “Secrets of SEAL Team Six”
MSNBC’s “Caught on Camera” (series)
Discovery’s “Killing Bin Laden”