Paramount+ replaces CBS All Access in March in the USA

And mid-2021 here in Australia.

Paramount+ will replace CBS All Access in March in the USA, with an Australian service to be offered in mid-2021.

The USA will swap over to Paramount+ on 4 March, followed by Nordic countries on 25 March, Australia in mid-2021 and Canada sometime after that.

At present, it’s unclear what the Australian service will provide — internationally, the rights to shows like Star Trek Picard and Star Trek Discovery have been offered on Amazon Prime Video and Netflix, respectively, whereas they’re offered through CBS All Access in the USA.

In the USA, Star Trek will be offered alongside a host of CBS and ViacomCBS programs alongside Paramount’s large movie library.

We’ll keep you informed as we learn more of Paramount+.

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