Around 30,000 episodes of television are expected to be included at launch with 36 original series to air within the first year. Those include new seasons of existing CBS All Access series like “The Good Fight,” “Star Trek: Picard” and “Star Trek: Discovery,” but also a bunch of new titles
ViacomCBS will offer Paramount+ at two different price points with the cheaper coming in June. The $5 ad-supported tier will boast live NFL games, CBSN and thousands of on-demand original and library titles. The $10 ad-free tier also includes more live sports, live local news and live CBS network programming.
Paramount+ launches on March 4th in the U.S., Canada and Latin America followed by a March 25th launch across the Scandinavia region. Later in the year, it will hit Australia and replace the existing ’10 All Access’ app. Unlike with HBO Max, the service is expected to be available on all platforms including Apple, Amazon, Google and Roku devices at launch.