Star Trek Discovery on CBS All Access


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From revivals of hit ’90s shows to original movies based on popular franchises, Paramount Plus holds its own in the streaming game with dozens of upcoming projects.

The streaming service, a rebranding of CBS All Access, launched on March 4 and includes live sports along with exclusive series and films. In total, Paramount Plus hosts a catalog of over 2,500 movies and 30,000 TV episodes, including content based on popular franchises like “SpongeBob,” “Star Trek,” and more. 

New members typically get a seven-day trial, but you can get a one-month free trial if you sign up before July 1 with the promo code “MOVIES.”

The streaming service has two types of plans: Essential (with ads) and Premium (ad-free). The Essential Plan costs $5 a month ($50 a year) while the Premium Plan costs $10 a month ($100 a year). The Essential Plan no longer includes access to your local CBS network, so new subscribers need the Premium option to watch live CBS.

Both plans offer access to the platform’s full catalog of on-demand programs, however, including several exclusive titles you can watch right now. Even more originals are on the way over the coming months. 

Here’s a roundup of all the original shows and movies announced for Paramount Plus:
Original shows available now

Paramount Plus includes access to several original series you can watch right now.

Most notably, fans of the lovable sea creatures from Bikini Bottom can watch “Kamp Koral: SpongeBob’s Under Years,” a prequel to “SpongeBob Squarepants.”

In addition to brand-new series, the service also lets you stream shows that originally premiered on CBS All …read more

Source:: Business Insider


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