What devices can I use to watch Paramount Plus?
Paramount Plus is compatible with the following devices:
- Apple TV
- Fire TV
- Portal TV
- Samsung smart TVs
- Vizio TVs
- LG TVs
- Xfinity Flex
How does Paramount Plus compare to CBS All Access?
Paramount Plus is essentially an expansion of CBS All Access.
Former CBS All Access members transitioned over to Paramount Plus on March 4, enabling them to use their same account information. The CBS All Access app automatically switched to Paramount Plus. This means you’ll get all the same content offered from CBS All Access, along with brand-new shows and more classic titles.
With that said, Paramount Plus will be introducing a new ad-supported plan in June, and it does differ from the CBS All Access ad-supported plan in one key area. Though the new Paramount Plus base plan will cost $1 less each month, it will no longer offer live CBS streaming. You’ll need to have the premium plan in order to keep live CBS.
What can I watch on Paramount Plus?
Paramount Plus offers access to live CBS streaming and a ton of on-demand content. You can watch classic and original programs from the likes of Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, BET, MTV, Paramount Pictures, and CBS.
The service will be home to brand-new movies, including Paramount’s upcoming theatrical releases 30 to 45 days after they debut on the big screen. This includes major titles like “A Quiet Place 2” and “Mission: Impossible 7.” Older films will also be included. At launch, the service features over 2,500 titles, including movies from popular franchises like “Indiana Jones” and “Star Trek.”
New Paramount Plus originals set for release over the next two years include “Halo,” a show based on the video game series of the same name, and “Y:1883,” a prequel to the popular show “Yellowstone.” If nautical nonsense is something you’re after, a new animated series “Kamp Koral: Spongebob’s Under Years” began streaming on March 4.
You can find a full breakdown of new Paramount Plus movies and shows here.