(CBS) – ViacomCBS’ on-demand streaming service, CBS All Access, will undergo a makeover one week from today when the network is officially re-branded to Paramount+. ViacomCBS President and CEO Bob Bakish revealed a host of new information about the platform yesterday during an online event including pricing tiers, breathe of content and a whole new way to watch movie releases.
For starters, Paramount+ will feature content from the full ViacomCBS family of properties including CBS, MTV, Nickelodeon, BET and Comedy Central. Many classic shows will be available on-demand like Survivor, Spongebob Squarepants and The Jersey Shore. Meanwhile, new entries will be available including series from the popular cartoon Avatar: The Last Airbender universe, The Real World Homecoming: New York, the upcoming Frasier revival starring Kelsey Grammer as well as new original series. Current CBS All Access original programs like The Good Fight and Star Trek: Discovery will also make the leap over to their new home on Paramount+.READ MORE: Stimulus Check Latest: Is A Fourth Relief Payment Coming?
Also announced yesterday, many future Paramount movie releases will be available on-demand through Paramount+ just 30 to 45 days following their theatrical release with others making their way to digital after 90 days. Upcoming releases set to join the Paramount+ library 45 days after debut will include A Quiet Place 2, the forthcoming Paw Patrol movie and Mission Impossible 7. Paramount+ won’t just be a home for theatrical releases however as several major franchises will also have platform exclusive movies on the way including Comedy Central’s Workaholics and MTV’s Beavis And Butt-Head.READ MORE: Andrew Giuliani Says He's Running For Governor Of New York
Much like the current setup with CBS All Access, Paramount+ will continue to offer live news and sports including major events like the GRAMMYs, PGA Championship and 60Minutes+, a new version of the classic number one news program. In total, Paramount+ will offer over 20,000 movies and episodes from some of the most iconic brands in entertainment, guaranteed to have something for everyone.
Pricing for Paramount+ will consist of two different tiers. The ad-supported version will be available for $4.99 a month with a premium experience at $9.99 a month. Bundle options will also be available with more information to be announced.MORE NEWS: 'Irresponsible:' In Wake Of New Crimes, MTA Says Mayor's Plan To Add 250 Subway Officers Isn't Enough
For more information visit ViacomCBS.com and get ready to experience the peak of entertainment when Paramount+ launches on Thursday, March 4th.