Paramount+ is the new name of CBS All Access in the wake of CBS’ merger with Viacom, a streaming service that will offer up existing CBS All Access shows like Star Trek Lower Decks and The Twilight Zone alongside other owned properties from brands such as Nickelodeon, Comedy Central BET, MTV and Paramount itself.
The name change will actually take place in 2021, where a library of over 30,000 pieces of television and film will be on offer. Pricing has yet to be revealed, though CBS All Access is currently set at $5.99 USD/month (with ads) or $9.99 USD/month (without ads).
CBSViacom — the entity which owns Australia’s Channel Ten — has confirmed that Paramount+ will be offered locally, with similar launches also planned in Latin America and the Nordics in 2021.
We’ll have more on Paramount+ as it’s made available.
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