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From Star Trek and Blue Bloods to Survivor and Twin Peaks, these TV favorites and more are available on CBS All Access. Right now, the streaming service is offering a one-month free trial to all new subscribers with promo code “ALL” at check out.
So if you’re a cord-cutter or just looking for something new to watch, CBS All Access has hundreds of movies and TV shows to check out while you’re stuck at home.
As the name suggests, CBS All Access features nearly everything that the CBS broadcast network has to offer, including access to legacy and current TV shows like NCIS, Happy Days, Hawaii Five-O, The Young and The Restless, Seal Team, and more. In fact, the streaming app has original programming available to really sweeten up the service, including Jordan Peele’s Twilight Zone reboot, Why Women Fight, Star Trek: Picard (including the season one finale, which drops on March 26) and more.
And speaking of Star Trek, the streaming service features every spin-off from the original series to the new Star Trek: Discovery. This even includes the short-lived Animated Series from the early ‘70s. It even includes a few of the Star Trek movies, such as The Voyage Home, First Contact, Generations and more.
Meanwhile, it also comes with access to all live TV broadcasts of CBS, CBS News, CBS Sports and ET Live, so you can stay up-to-date with news, sports scores and live TV with just one streaming service.
CBS All Access also has a wide selection of feature films for the whole family. It features heart-thumping action movies like Léon: The Professional, Escape From New York, Starship Troopers, as well as dramas and comedies, such as The Social Network, My Best Friend’s Wedding, Fair Game, What Lies Beneath and more.
The streaming service also includes family favorites, including The Iron Giant, The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn and Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist. There’s something for just about everyone.
Where can I watch?
Luckily, CBS All Access is available to stream on various mobile devices and TVs, so you can always have the service ready to go. If you have a Samsung, LG or Vizio smart TV, then you can get CBS All Access through your TV’s app store. However, the service is also available on Fire TV, Google Chromecast, Roku or Apple TV streaming devices, as well as PS4 or Xbox One video game consoles.
Meanwhile, if you want to watch on your smartphone or tablet, it’s available via the Android or iOS mobile app. In fact, you can even watch CBS All Access on your laptop or desktop on CBS.com. If there’s a screen and Wi-Fi available, you can stream it.
If you want to try something new, CBS All Access is a great option with older and current TV shows available to stream, as well as access to live TV broadcasts for entertainment and news.
However, once the free trial is over, the service charges you either $6 per month with limited commercials or $10 per month without ads (not including live TV).
But act fast and shop now, this deal ends on April 23.
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