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CBS All-Access: 5 Reasons it’s a Must-Have

5 reasons CBS All-Access is a must have streaming service

CBS All-Access is an over-the-top (OTT) streaming service belonging to CBS Interactive. It holds newer original content and the current broadcasted shows on CBS owned channels. It also holds content from the CBS’s library and also the live streams of local CBS affiliate’s main channel, when available.

It is a mandatory service for the fans of original CBS shows, while the huge catalog of past and current shows also brings more variety. There is support for different platforms including mobile downloads for some accounts.

Following suit with recent trend of networks going into streaming services CBS also decided to take a dig in this industry. As mentioned above, it also includes live NFL games and coverage of local news.

Without further ado, here are five reasons that you should get this streaming service up and running:

#1 – Big Inventory of Shows from CBS

There are lots of them available, as almost no CBS originated show is left out. If you like forensic science and mysteries then you can watch all the versions of NCIS. You like Sherlock, then steam into Elementary. Want some drama then catch up on Mom. Want to catch up on reality show, obviously CBS All-Access provides you with The Amazing Race. If it’s from CBS, you name it and it’s available as a part of CBS All-Access.

#2 – Competitive Pricing 

The basic CBS All Access can cost you $5.99 per month. Rid of the commercials, then you need to pay $9.99 per month. This more expensive one also earns you the right to the new offline download feature. This maybe a huge cost but it is less expensive when compared to others. Take Elementary for example, you can get many shows with it in this service for the prices above, but it is around $34.99 on both iTunes and Amazon Video. And compared to this, Netflix costs around $10.99 per month for standard and Amazon Prime around $8.99 per month.

#3 – Available on Different Platforms

It primarily works on the web browser, so anything from desktop to mobile services can work it up. It also provides its CBS All Access app, for iOS, Windows 10 and Android. Additionally it also works on Roku, Apple TV, PS4, Xbox One and Amazon Fire TV devices.

#4 – Extra Add-ons

There is an option where you can pay for a Showtime add-on that includes television shows and movies from its own streaming service. There are other options available too.

#5 – Exclusive Shows

This is the only streaming service that offers The Good Fight and Star Trek: Discovery, so fans should rejoice.

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