How to watch ‘The Amber Ruffin Show’ on the new NBC streaming service, Peacock
Comedian Amber Ruffin headlines her own late-night comedy, The Amber Ruffin Show, streaming on Peacock today, Sept. 25. Her show will be a mixture of sketches and monologues on current events and politics, and on-brand Ruffin comedy all the time. Where can I watch The Amber Ruffin Show? You can watch it on Peacock, the new streaming service that offers hundreds of movies, binge-worthy TV shows, sports, and news for free. If you like their service, they have a premium plan available for $4.99/month with even more content you’ll love.mlive.com
New this week: 'Enola Holmes,' Public Enemy and Bonnaroo
Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. MOVIES— “Enola Holmes”: It’s somewhat fitting that “Stranger Things” breakout Millie Bobby Brown gets her first starring role in a Netflix film, “Enola Holmes,” coming to the streamer Wednesday. — The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival was supposed to take place in June in Tennessee but was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. This week, though, the festival is launching Virtual ROO-ALITY, a three-night live broadcast featuring new performances as well as content from the Bonnaroo archive. The two-hour film will be available at 7 p.m. EDT Tuesday at pbs.org/frontline and on YouTube at 9 p.m. EDT.
Larry Wilmore, Amber Ruffin anchor weekly late-night shows
FILE - Larry Wilmore attends the 2019 Writers Guild Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Feb. 17, 2019. Peacock is launching a pair of weekly late-night comedy series with Wilmore and Amber Ruffin. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)LOS ANGELES Peacock is launching a pair of weekly late-night comedy series with Larry Wilmore and Amber Ruffin to focus on current events. We cant wait to write sketches, songs and jokes about this terrible time we call now!" Ruffin said in a statement Monday announcing the The Amber Ruffin Show." The shows are set to launch in September, with 11 episodes ordered for Wilmore's series and nine for Ruffin's, Peacock said.