Showtime and Paramount+ set bundled price at $11.99

Showtime and Paramount+, both of which are owned by parent company ViacomCBS, have announced their bundled pricing to be $11.99 per month. That saves you $3.99 per month, compared to subscribing to each service individually. The $11.99 bundled price includes the ad-supported version of Paramount+ and does not gave access to your local live CBS channel. For the ad-free version of Paramount+ with access to CBS, you’ll have to pay $14.99 for the bundle. To save a bit more, you can pay $119.99 annually for the cheaper bundle, which saves you $23.89 a year over paying $11.99 monthly, or pay $149.99 annually for the better bundle, which saves you $29.89 a year compared to paying $14.99 monthly. Showtime and Paramount+ first introduced their bundled plan a month ago at an introductory price but did not reveal the true ongoing price until now.

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CBS launches new Fire TV app with Live Stream and Free Full Episodes

When CBS All Access merged with Viacom content to become Paramount+, it left those with a cable subscription now way to stream CBS live. That’s because the old CBS All Access app used to allow cable subscribers to log in with their TV provider and stream their local CBS affiliate station live, even if they didn’t have a CBS All Access subscription. The new Paramnout+ app, which launched last week, offers no such CBS live steam or any free content, so CBS has launched a new Fire TV app, simply called CBS, to fill that gap. The new app allows cable subscribers to stream their local CBS station live and it also allows anyone to stream a selection of full episodes of CBS shows for free without needing any kind of login. Read more ›

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Paramount+ launches on Amazon Fire TV and Prime Video Channels

Paramount+ has launched today on Amazon Fire TV devices, Prime Video Channels, and other platforms. The new streaming service replaces CBS All Access by merging CBS content with Viacom’s catalog of content from BET, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, MTV, the Smithsonian Channel, and more. The new Paramount+ app for Fire TV has been swapped in under the same listing as the old CBS All Access app, so you’ll just need to update the app if you already have the old CBS app installed. Paramount+ is also available as a Prime Video Channel which does also give you full access to the app. Read more ›

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