For just $9.99 a month, you could access all CBS content on your Apple TV+. Yes, a package deal on Apple TV Plus (Apple TV+) also enables you to watch the free version of CBS All Access.
Apple has brought some good news to the viewers interested in the content of “Showtime” and CBS All Access. With this deal, viewers will also get a seven-day free trial if they want to have a look first.
Showtime would cost around almost $11 a month and the CBS All Access would cost around 10 dollars a month. The subscription to CBS All Access also includes access to ad-free content. Those who sign up for 10 dollars a month deal for CBS All Access will get content from both Viacom and CBS owned streaming services.
Not until recently, The CBS has also enhanced its user-platform interface and has expanded its library widely to include content from different platforms. The Networks added in the library include Comedy Central, MTV, Smithsonian Channel, Nickelodeon, BET. Paramount movies such as “Interstellar” have also been added.
Apple has confirmed that a user-friendly deal includes online viewing and offline viewing. The Family Sharing subscription, which is on-trend across all Over-the-top media streaming sites lets Apple TV+ viewers share the plan among six family members.
Apple TV Plus is an official OTT (Over-the-top) subscription-based video streaming service from the tech titan Apple. The streaming service includes its own movies and TV series. It costs not more than $5 a month; however, if you buy an iPhone or any other Apple device, you may get Apple TV Plus for free. Apple is also keen on providing more discounts on its subscription service. It plans to combine these discounts with its premium music, gaming, and cloud storage service.
Apple TV plus, even though it has the tech giant’s name attached to it. Still, it has a colossal challenge designated to it which is to compete against the emperors of OTT platforms that includes world-famous Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, as well as newcomers like HBO Max, Disney Plus, Peacock from NBC’s Universal.
The domination of Netflix in this game can only be challenged by the likes of HBO Go which is the home of shows like Game of Thrones and True Detective.
Apple TV+ undisputedly lags in the race but is gearing up to step up the game by buying the rights of upcoming films that include Idris Elba’s forthcoming spy thriller.
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