It looks like NBC is taking its turn in the game as they plan to launch a comedy subscription-video service later in 2015. But as of now the service is still in development. NBC’s comedy subscription VOD offering could be stocked with content including full episodes of such shows as The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Saturday Night Live, according to the Wall Street Journal, which first reported on the plans. However, no decisions about what programming will be part of the package have been made. NBCU is working with the price range of $2.50 to $3.50 per month for the service. In addition to episodes of full-length TV shows, the service also could include original series. The digital comedy originals could potentially feature stars from NBCU’s television shows, but again, that’s just an idea at the moment. The NBC comedy service would join other OTT ventures from traditional TV nets. The goal is to reach consumers cutting the cord on cable and satellite services, or who are never signing up for pay TV in the first place.