Peacock Productions

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Logo descriptions by WizardDuck and Sagan Blob

Background: Peacock Productions is the documentary division of NBCUniversal Television.

1st Logo
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Logo: Several yellow and white NBC peacock feathers fall down over a black background, as a white stripe descends from the top. As this happens, another yellow feather comes in from the right of the screen, and
curves around a larger yellow feather on the bottom of the screen and lands on the white half of the screen, and the rest of the peacock appears from the feather (the remaining five feathers are also yellow). The white half has also revealed the word "PEACOCK" in Bank Gothic, and another yellow feather curves around the one on the bottom half to reveal "PRODUCTIONS", also in Bank Gothic. By the end of the logo, "NBC" is passing through the white half, and "PEACOCK" is passing through the large yellow feather in the black half. The whole thing is seen through a "vignette" perspective.

Variants: There is also a longer version that starts with a yellow NBC peacock logo, and says "NBC NEWS PRODUCTIONS" at the end.

FX/SFX: The animations of the feathers.

: The same music from the NBC Universal logo.

Availability: First seen on MSNBC's airings of The Kennedy Brothers: A Hardball Documentary, which debuted on August 26, 2009 to coincide with the death of Ted Kennedy. Currently seen on season 1-4 episodes of Caught on Camera.

Editor's Note
: None, though it can surprise some who were expecting the NBCUniversal logo.

2nd Logo
(2012- )

Logo: On a black background, the word "PEACOCK" , along with the NBC peacock zoom out and flip from left each. The word "PRODUCTIONS" appears below the logo, followed by a blue flash.

FX/SFX: The zoom-out, and the flipping.

Music/Sounds: A heavy-chimed tune version of the generic NBC theme.

Availability: Seen on Caught on Camera from season 5 onwards.

Editor's Note: None.