Paramount Plus, the brand new shiny replacement for CBS All Access, launched in the US on March 4th. In a special event on Wednesday, ViacomCBS announced more details about the new streaming service.
The streaming service won’t start with a ton of new content, but there will be plenty of upcoming shows based on existing content such as: B. a grease prequel about that Pink ladies and a newly invented one Love story. The exclusive launch of the service includes the delayed Spongebob movie. Sponge on the run.
Two new Star Trek shows will also arrive at Paramount Plus: Star Trek: Strange New Worlds – the details of the maiden voyages of the USSS Enterprise – and an animated children’s show Star Trek: Child Prodigies. Criminal proceedings Criminal thoughts A revised series will also get with the cast returning, with each season following one case instead of one case per episode.
As for the family content, it’s a new one Spongebob Prequel series and a Rugrats Reboot – along with more from the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender – will come to Paramount Plus. On iCarly
BET, Nickelodeon, MTV and Comedy Central all fall under the ViacomCBS banner, so over 30,000 episodes of shows from these channels will go to Paramount Plus. Viacom CBS will heavily integrate live sports and news into the streaming service, combining linear and streaming content. Over 1,000 sporting events are broadcast on Paramount Plus – including NFL, college football and soccer – and there are 24 hour news and documentaries on breaking news events.
Additionally. existing content from CBS All Access, such as Star Trek: Discoverywill also be available on Paramount Plus.
Old films from a variety of studios will also find a home on the platform, and new cinema titles will be added to the streaming service. A quiet place: Part II, Premiered in September, and Mission: Impossible 7, out this November, will land on Paramount Plus just 45 days after its release in theaters.
Paramount Plus will be available in two different pricing tiers: an ad support version with all Paramount movies, Paramount Plus originals and a good chunk of the library for $ 4.99 per month and a premium tier with live sports, news and television for $ 9.99 a month.