More Video Streaming Services Being Tested for Peloton Entertainment on Tread, Bike & Row

Peloton Entertainment is gearing up to offer a wide range of new streaming video services when they roll out this feature. If you haven’t heard yet, Peloton Entertainment is still in the beta testing stage, allowing members to enjoy streaming content on their hardware devices like the Bike or Tread. For those lucky members participating in the beta testing group, you’ll spot a new “Entertainment” option in the “More” tab on your hardware screen. As of now, the test lineup includes just Amazon Prime TV and YouTube TV. But stay tuned for more exciting additions!

Peloton seems ready to quickly grow its streaming services with more content providers. We’re not sure yet if all these new services will be available when Peloton Entertainment goes live for everyone, or if they’ll be introduced gradually in the weeks and months that follow.

Some Peloton members shared their experiences of briefly having access to extra streaming video choices via Peloton Entertainment. They could use their login info for those providers, but these extra options vanished after a few hours.

It appears that Peloton had initially planned to try out these extra video choices with a smaller group, but they ended up being included in a larger test group by mistake before they got taken away.

The extra streaming services that unexpectedly popped up in Peloton Entertainment for some members include:

  • Apple TV+
  • Disney+
  • CBS Sports
  • ESPN+
  • Fubo TV
  • Fox Sports
  • HBO Max
  • NBC Sports
  • Hulu
  • Pluto TV
  • Paramount Plus
  • TNT

Seeing these options show up briefly suggests that Peloton might be getting ready to include them in the Entertainment feature soon, maybe in the coming weeks or months.

You might have noticed a big name missing from the list – Netflix. Even though there haven’t been any reports of Netflix in the Peloton Entertainment beta test, it’s hard to imagine it won’t be added eventually. After all, Netflix is the largest streaming service in terms of subscribers, and Peloton’s CEO, Barry McCarthy, used to be their Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

We’ll keep you posted with any new developments on the Peloton Entertainment feature. If you want to learn more about the Peloton Entertainment beta test, feel free to explore our comprehensive article for extra information and visuals.

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