NBCUniversal has revealed its plans for its upcoming streaming service, Peacock: The platform will drop April 2020 and poach "Parks and Recreation" (on top of "Friends" and "The Office") from Netflix. At the same time, NBC will release exclusive original content, including a Mike Schur/Ed Helms comedy project, reboots of "Saved by the Bell" and "Punky Brewster" and "Straight Talk," a show by Rashida Jones starring Jada Pinkett Smith. So, obviously, this looks like a worthy investment...but so do all the other streaming services coming out. Not only do most of us already subscribe to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime, but Disney+, HBOMax and Apple TV Plus are gearing up for launch, as well. Cable TV is already basically obsolete, and now we have every network competing and pulling their exclusive content for their respective services -- how are we supposed to pay for it all?! Take this quiz and we'll tell you which side gig you'll need to pick up in order to make it happen.