CBS and Viacom have officially agreed to a merger. With that merger, CBS and Viacom will have a lineup of streaming services including CBA All Access, Showtime, Pluto TV, and more. The combined company also now owns many popular TV channels, putting them in the perfect position to continue adding to the lineup to bring more cord cutting options to their audience.
These are some of the streaming services that will now be owned by this merged company.
CBS All Access is an over-the-top streaming services from CBS. Watch full episodes of CBS series, along with CBS All Access Originals like The Good Fight, The Twilight Zone, and Star Trek: Discovery.
CBS Sports HQ brings more sports highlights and less talk. Get the latest news coverage for your favorite sports, players, and teams on CBS Sports HQ.
Showtime has a streaming service that offers subscribers access to all of the premium channel’s series, along with newly released movies and
If you can’t get enough entertainment news, you’ll want to check out ET Live, the live feed of Entertainment Tonight from CBS. ET presents a brand new, free streaming network that will provide you with live up-to-the-minute updates, 24/7, so you’ll never miss a moment.
CBSN is CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news service. It’s always on, always free, making CBS News’ original, high-quality reporting available to you wherever and whenever you want to watch.
BET+ has thousands of hours of your favorite black content. It’s the movies that you love. It’s the tv shows you grew up with and new series you can’t live without. And it’s exclusive originals from the best black creators. No commercials. At all.
Pluto TV is free TV. Watch 100+ live TV channels including TV shows, movies, and the internet videos you love. Check out Pluto TV for some channels you’ll recognize, some you’ve likely never heard of, and some that are completely unique to this free streaming service.
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