You’ll be able to tune into CBS All Access on Apple TV Channels next week.
CBS has confirmed that support for Apple’s new service will be rolled out on Monday, July 29. It’s not yet clear how much it will cost for those who subscribe through the TV app, however.
CBS All Access was one of a number of services that Apple showcased during its TV Channels reveal back in March. But it was missing when the service later arrived on Apple TV.
Now it seems the wait will soon be over.
CBS All Access for Apple TV Channels lands July 29
The CBS All Access support account on Twitter this week confirmed that TV Channels support will arrive on Monday.
The standalone streaming subscription is currently priced at $9.99, but CBS is yet to confirm how much it will cost to subscribe through TV Channels. It could be a little more to offset Apple’s cut.
You will get a little more for your money, though. TV Channels brings all your favorite streaming services together, so you only need to manage one account — and worry about one bill.
What’s more, you can enjoy TV Channels on iPhone and iPad as well as Apple TV (support for macOS will arrive this fall) without having to jump between different third-party apps.