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How to Stream Every Season of NBC's Las Vegas For the First Time Ever
Want more bingeable dramas? Peacock's got one that's never made it to streaming before.
In the era of Suits climbing the streaming charts and reminding viewers everywhere how fun it is to watch an episodic drama again, a lot of streaming viewers are probably looking for more shows they can breeze through, including shows that they remember from a few years back. Well, Peacock's got one for you, and it's one that's never made it to any streaming service before. As of Dec. 29, all five seasons of the NBC drama series Las Vegas are on the streaming service, so you can take a trip to Sin City right from your couch.
What Is Las Vegas?
Created by The Fast and The Furious writer Gary Scott Thompson, Las Vegas premiered on NBC in the fall of 2003 as a new workplace drama focusing on the staff of the Montecito, a fictional hotel on the Vegas strip. The big picture of the series, and the framework for its stories, is the complexity of running a hotel like the Montecito, complete with a casino and various resort offerings, and all the potential comedy and drama that comes from the day-to-day of the workplace.
But of course, the casino is not the star of the show. Las Vegas centers on the lives and work of an ensemble of characters working behind the scenes at the Montecito, including head of security Ed (James Caan), his protege Danny (Josh Duhamel), head of special events Mary (Nikki Cox), and Ed's daughter Delinda (Molly Sims), to name just a few. Over the course of the show, these characters change jobs, get into trouble, fall in and out of love, and much more, all while navigating the tough business world of running a Vegas casino, and facing challenges when their respective pasts come back to haunt them.
The series ran for five seasons from 2003 to 2008, where it performed well in the ratings and earned a devoted following thanks to its twisty plotting and slick production style. The show was broadcast internationally and, of course, released on DVD, but in the 15 years since it went off the air, Las Vegas hasn't found a streaming home...until now.
How to Stream Las Vegas Seasons 1-5
The full, five-season run of Las Vegas is streaming now on Peacock, marking the streaming debut of a show that's waited more than a decade to ride the binge-watching wave.
That means that right now, with a Peacock membership, you can start at the beginning of the series and work your way to the end as fast or as slow as you like. Just head over to Peacock and sign up for a Premium Plan, beginning at $5.99 per month. You can also upgrade to a Premium Plus plan, featuring almost no ads, for an additional $6 a month.