‘Kung Fu Panda 4’ Set for Streaming Premiere on Peacock TV

‘Kung Fu Panda 4’ Set for Streaming Premiere on Peacock TV

Fans of the beloved Kung Fu Panda franchise have reason to celebrate as Jack Black’s latest animated blockbuster, “Kung Fu Panda 4,” is set to premiere on Peacock TV.

Following a successful theatrical release, the film will be available for streaming on June 21. Released in theaters on March 6, “Kung Fu Panda 4” has been a commercial hit, raking in $215.4 million domestically according to The Numbers.

With international sales boosting its total earnings to $544.7 million, the film has significantly surpassed its $85 million production budget, even before accounting for marketing expenses.

The decision to stream “Kung Fu Panda 4” on Peacock TV is a strategic move by Universal Pictures, as the platform is owned by NBC Universal. This alignment ensures that fans have easy access to the latest adventures of Po and his friends.

To watch the film on Peacock TV, viewers need to subscribe to the service, which has become a major player in the streaming market. The film’s journey to streaming started with its digital release on April 9, making it available on premium video on demand platforms such as Prime Video, AppleTV+, and VUDU (also known as Fandango at Home).

The film continues the story of Po, the lovable panda who has become a kung fu master, as he embarks on new adventures. Jack Black’s return to voice Po adds to the film’s charm, attracting audiences of all ages.

“Kung Fu Panda 4” promises to be a delightful addition to the franchise, which has been praised for its humor, heart, and stunning animation. As the movie transitions to streaming, it is poised to reach an even broader audience, solidifying its place as a family favorite.

Make sure to mark your calendars for June 21 and get ready to join Po and his friends on Peacock TV for another thrilling adventure in “Kung Fu Panda 4.”