I am thinking about purchasing the Paramount+ streaming service. From what I have read, it will have all of the programming currently available on CBS All Access plus additional programming from other Viacom channels such as Nickelodeon, MTV, Comedy Central, BET, and others. I think this will be a good addition since my current Hulu + Live Channels subscription does not have many Viacom channels other than the local CBS channel and CBS Sports Network.The main reason that I want to buy it is a new show called "Coyote" that will star Michael Chiklis (Vic Mackey from "The Shield"). Additionally, Paramount+ is currently running a 50% off special so a year's subscription would only cost $30 ($2.50 per month).
For those who have CBS All Access, is there anything on it worth viewing?
If you like any of the shows on CBS its great. They have most of the past seasons but some shows are only the current season (All Rise, Bob Hearts Ashibola).
Once Paramount + starts they are supposedly going to remove some of the other channels, like BET, to a different online platform, but add all the Paramount movies. Plus all new release Paramount movies will be on the streaming network 45 days after the theatrical release (so Top Gun 2, Mission Impossible 7, etc)
So far, I am a fan. My only complaint is that the commercials appear randomly and in the middle of scenes but I think this is only for the TV shows and not the movies. My son and I watched one of the Spongebob movies and it didn't have any commercials but when I watched an episode of "Picard", it had the random, ill-timed commercials.