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Paramount Plus: Everything we know is here

Soon, CBS All Access is going to become Paramount Plus. Paramount Plus is a rebranded version of the streaming service releasing on March 4th.

It will use joined assets and franchises from CBS and Viacom to provide upto TV and films 20,000 episodes from multiple networks. These studios and networks include MTV, CBS, BET, Comedy Central, Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon.

There will be two separate pricing tiers to launch it – an ad-supported version with Paramount Plus originals, a full breadth of Paramount movies, and a massive portion of the library and CBS shows’ current seasons for $4.99. It’s coming in June. The premium tier will include live sports with live CBS news feeds, other options, a live CBS TV experience for $9.99.

When premium CBS All Access plans automatically roll into Paramount Plus, the 5.99 CBS All Access plan won’t be available, except current users will be grandfathered into All Access.

Nickelodeon other’ work in process’ releases:

Let’s think about how it’ll get people. We can start thinking from TV fans because Paramount Plus will include so many older popular shows such as SpongeBob SquarePants and new originals-based franchises such as The Godfather and Criminal Minds. Nickelodeon fans, Paramount Plus, is additionally processing on a live-action Fairly OddParents show and a live-action Dora the Explorer series. Nickelodeon is releasing Avatar Studios to create more films and TV series based on the world of The Legend of Korra and Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Some of the original series reported that it would add another Frasier revival with Kelsey Grammer set and some other series based on popular Paramount movies such as Fatal Attraction, Flashdance, and The Italian Job. On Paramount Plus, A Criminal Minds revival and original CBS crime procedural’s all 15 seasons will additionally stream exclusively. Eventually, a weekly spinoff of The Daily Show and a reboot of Inside Amy Schumer were also ordered.

Previously announced titles has also joined by this series heading to Paramount Plus. Lioness, a show about a young marine; The Offer, a limited series based on The Godfather’s making-of process; a documentary series based on FBI profilers; a new version of The Real World; a reimagining of MTV’s Behind The Music; Kamp Koral a new SpongeBob SquarePants series; a revival of BET’s The Game.

The event carried a ton of movie news. Paramount films will be on 30 to 45 days after their theatrical release on Paramount Plus, with others seeming 90 days after theatrical release. Additionally, some new movies, including feature projects based on Workaholics, Beavis and Butt-head, and Pet Semetary, will be added.

ViacomCBS also reported that between CBS All Access and Showtime, it has 19.2 million subscribers domestically; however, the objective is to use the networks and franchises’ plethora actually to compete in the streaming wars. According to Bakish, Paramount Plus will additionally carry local news, 24/7 news channel and weather updates depending on subscribers’ region.

Paramount Plus ViacomCBS executives additionally pointed out an international rollout. On the same day as the US, it’ll be launch in Canada and Latin America with Australia and the Nordics in the following weeks and months.