You can now add Showtime to Paramount Plus for a price s

You can now add Showtime to Paramount Plus for a price s
You can now add Showtime to Paramount Plus for a price s

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(Pocket-lint) – Paramount, formerly ViacomCBS, owns a variety of TVs in the US. For example, it has the Paramount Plus video streaming service and the Showtime network. Now the company bundles these two services into one price.

Previously, to access the Paramount and Showtime catalogs, you had to use two different apps. Now you can access all of Showtime’s TV shows and movies directly from the Paramount Plus app. But the upgrade is not free. For new subscribers, the Paramount Plus and Showtime bundle is $7.99 per month for the Essential plan (which includes advertising) with Showtime. Or you can pay $12.99 per month for the premium plan with Showtime. This includes sports broadcasts, live broadcasts from your local CBS station, and downloads for offline viewing on mobile. In addition, there are no ads, except for live TV and certain programs.

However, after October 2, 2022, prices will increase to $11.99 and $14.99 per month respectively. Additionally, Paramount Plus will continue to be available as a standalone service with no Showtime. The ad-supported Essential plan costs $4.99 per month, while the ad-free Premium plan costs $9.99 per month. We don’t know about you, but subscribing to streaming services is about as complicated as picking up cable a decade ago.


For a breakdown of Paramount Plus (formerly called CBS All Access) and what it currently includes, see the Pocket-lint guide: How much is Paramount+ and what can you see there?

Also, we compared US streaming services here: The Best Video Streaming Services in the US: Your Complete Guide

Writing by Maggie Tillman.

The article is in German

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