CBS All Access has added new features for kids and families, ahead of the streaming service’s rebranding to become Paramount+ next year.
Now, families can create up to six profiles per account and parents can manage profiles using Kids Mode. With parental controls, content can be limited based on content ratings and parents can continue to use the PIN feature to lock access to mature content.
“We are thrilled to bring even more popular kids hits from Nick Jr. and Nickelodeon to the service, in advance of our upcoming rebrand as Paramount+,” said Rob Gelick, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Streaming Services and Chief Product Officer, ViacomCBS Streaming. “We’ve already seen incredible growth in viewership since we began expanding our offering of children’s programming on the service. With today’s new product enhancements, like ‘Kids Mode’ and multiple profiles, we can create customized experiences for each member of the household, while giving our subscribers even more opportunities to discover and watch family programming together, and allowing parents additional peace of mind with the ability to further customize what programming is available to their kids.”
To make the service even better for kids and families, CBS All Access is making even more children’s programming available. Kids will find past seasons of favorite titles including Paw Patrol, Blue’s Clues, Dora the Explorer, and more. The new content joins the kids’ library of over 1,000 episodes of kid friendly favorites and new original programming.
CBS All Access plans start at $5.99/month for access to the collection of movies, shows, and CBS All Access originals, along with a live feed of CBS, CBSN, CBS Sports HQ, and ET Live. CBS All Access will rebrand as Paramount+ in 2021 and will add more content from the ViacomCBS portfolio of brands.