Viacom and CBS will merge tomorrow. When the merger is made official, ViacomCBS will own eight streaming services. Here’s the breakdown of what will be owned by the company.
CBS All Access is an over-the-top streaming services from CBS. With a CBS All Access subscription, you can watch full episodes of CBS series, get a live feed of your local CBS station, and check out CBS All Access Originals like The Good Fight, Why Women Kill, and Star Trek: Discovery.
CBS Sports HQ is your destination for sports highlights, along with news coverage from your favorite sports, teams, and players.
This premium channel is offered as an add-on to many live TV streaming services, along with being available as a standalone app. Showtime has original series including Billions, Homeland, and Shameless, along with movies from classics to new releases.
This is the streaming service for anyone looking for entertainment news. The app has a live feed of Entertainment Tonight and live up-to-the-minute updates on entertainment news, 24/7, so you’ll never miss a moment.
CBSN is CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news service. It’s always on and always free, making CBS News’ original, high-quality reporting available to you wherever and whenever you want to watch.
BET+ features over 1,000 hours of content, including series and movies, along with originals. Look for First Wives Club, Tyler Perry Originals, Bigger, Meet The Browns, Single Ladies, Martin, and more in the lineup.
Noggin has 1,500+ ad-free episodes of preschool favorites including PAW Patrol, Bubble Guppies, & Peppa Pig. Noggin’s shows will keep kids entertained, but the app also has a category of content designed to help kids learn about math, science, and literacy.
Pluto TV is free TV, with curated channels featuring TV shows, movies, and videos from all over the internet. And, yes, Pluto TV will still be free after the merger.
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