Get 50% off deal before CBS All Access becomes Paramount + on March 4

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CBS All Access is rebranding itself to become Paramount + on March 4. The site we’ve come to know for watching new original series like Star Trek: Picard is now expanding. Viacom and CBS are merging their catalogs of movies and television shows to create a mega streaming service. The Verge reports that there will be over 20,000 television episodes and films to watch. Let’s look at what else is going to change and how you can get a deal when CBS All Access becomes Paramount +.

For those worried they won’t be able to see their favorite shows, there is nothing to fear. Paramount + will still have all your favorite CBS, Comedy Central, BET, MTV, Smithsonian, and Nickelodeon shows. You’ll also be able to see more exclusive content and movies created by Paramount Pictures and CBS. Late night fans can still see The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, The Late Late Show with James Corden, and The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. News and sports junkies can still check out CBSN local stations and CBSN national in addition to the PGA tour, NFL on CBS, the UEFA Champions League, and NCAA basketball. Popular franchises like Star Trek, NCIS, The Equalizer, and more will still be available to see. The Verge reported that CEO Bob Bakish said that Paramount movies will be on the new platform 30 to 45 days after their theatrical release. This news means you can look forward to upcoming films like A Quiet Place 2 and Mission Impossible 7.

There are two different plans you can choose from: Limited Commercials and Commercial Free. These are staying relatively the same as they were on CBS All Access, so existing customers shouldn’t expect a price increase. The Limited Commercials plan is $6 per month or $60 per year. The Commercial Free plan is $10 per month or $100 per year. Each comes with a free week trial. Now that the new Paramount + is launching on March 4, the streaming service is offering new members 50% off their first year with annual plans by using the code PARAMOUNTPLUS. The offer ends on March 3 at 11:59 PM GMT, so make sure you check this deal out before time runs out.