Virtually episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents and The Alfred Hitchcock Hour are now on the Peacock streaming app. It's part of my cable package but I pay an extra $5 directly to NBC to get Peacock "premium-plus" commercial-free. That's particularly nice considering Seasons 6 and 7 of AHP were hard to find and as I've read only available on DVD-R once the company releasing the seasons lost interest after Season 5.
The distinction of AHH is that the great Bernard Herrmann scored 17 of the episodes, and a number of them are essential listening. All 17 scores were released in a pair of CD sets about 10 years ago but I believe they are out of print. Episodes worth watching just to hear the scores: The Jar, Change of Address and An Unlocked Window, the last of which might also be the most terrifying and grim episode this side of Psycho.
FYI, Peacock is well worth the money. It has all of Hitch's Universal films as well as the complete Columbo, the Rockford Files, and perhaps most importantly, every episode of Leave It To Beaver and The Munsters and 45 years of SNL! It also carries every Premier League soccer match both live and archived that doesn't air on commercial networks. It slaughters the competition at CBS All-Access