Here’s everything you can find on Paramount Plus
Ready for another streaming service? Well, here it is: ViacomCBS’s Paramount Plus has officially launched today. The streaming service is an evolution of the now-defunct CBS All Access. And truthfully, the rename is a step in the right direction from a branding perspective. Naming a service after a movie studio with a long history of beloved content gives it a certain prestige a streaming service named after a TV channel lacks.
But we know what most people care about is the content—and Paramount Plus is launching with a ton of it—both original and back-catalog. Here’s some of what you can expect:
Paramount Plus will also include popular kids’ shows like SpongeBob SquarePants, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and iCarly; reality TV shows like Survivor and The Amazing Race; and comedy classics like Chappelle’s Show, Reno 911!, and The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.
Paramount Plus launches today and costs $10 per month or $6 a month for an ad-based version. Alternately, you can subscribe to an “ad-supported tier” for $5 per month—but that option won’t be available until this summer. And if you’re a CBS All Access subscriber, know that there is nothing you need to do. CBS All Access subscribers will be automatically switched to Paramount Plus.
This post has been updated with additional context on pricing.