Star Trek

CBS All Access Moves Into Movies


CBS has slowly been working to make its CBS All Access service more attractive. Recently it has been pushing new original shows only on CBS All Access. Now CBS is adding movies to the service.

CBS has started to add a growing list of movies to its on-demand library for CBS All Access. You will, of course, find Star Trek movies and also more current movies such as The Duchess and Up In The Air.

Although the library of movies is still very small, CBS has slowly been growing the selection without much fanfare.

CBS has made CBS All Access a major focus of the company—even going so far as putting its new Star Trek TV show only on CBS All Access. CBS has also recently added a commercial-free option to make CBS All Access more attractive.

If you don’t have CBS All Access you can sign up for a 1-week free trial to give it a try. Beyond the original shows and a small selection of movies you will find next-day access to CBS shows. In a growing list of markets you will also get a live feed of your local CBS stations. All of this starting at $5.99 a month.

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  • HeyRadar

    Boycott CBS All Access!

  • Devin Serpa

    Individual channels need be no more than $2/month. Not cheap, just compare CBS All Access to Netflix catalog.

  • QUINTISON

    Definitely avoid using all access splintering Netflix and Hulu or Amazon so every single channel gets a service is dumb I’d rather go to Playstation Vue,hulu,amazon ,Netflix and Crunchyroll each service has a purpose but all access is greed!!! Stay away from this new trek show or not!!

  • Lynnneez

    It would be very worth it for me if all back episodes of big bang theory, the various NCIS series, and all star treks were available for the price. However, big bang only has a few back episodes. Quite a let down.

  • BigO

    The only time I plan on subscribing to All-Access is using the free trial when the new Star Trek show airs.