The CBS All Access streaming service expanded Thursday, adding dozens of classic movies made by Paramount. Newly added titles include classic films like The Godfather series,Spider-Man and Roman Holiday.
Also appearing today are several Star Trek movies to go with the multiple Star Trek shows that are the highlights of CBS All Access. All of this content can be watched on iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV.
“Expanding CBS All Access’s library of films with these iconic titles from Paramount Pictures is just one of the many ways we’re integrating the phenomenal catalog of IP available to us within the ViacomCBS family,” said Julie McNamara, executive vice president and head of programming for CBS All Access, in a statement.
Other movies debuting today on the service include Terms of Endearment, A League of Their Own, Patriot Games, the Friday the 13th series and dozens more.
And this isn’t the end, of course. “We look forward to bringing even more premium content and value to our subscribers in the coming months,” promised McNamara.
Beyond classic movies, there are the TV shows CBS created for the service. That includes multiple Star Trek series, a Twilight Zone reboot and Why Women Kill. And All Access includes classic shows such as Magnum, P.I., Cheers, Twin Peaks, Wings and Taxi.
Staying at home to watch CBS All Access
With so many people self-quarantining or recently laid off because of COVID-19, usage of CBS All Access is up. More people were watching in March and April than ever before, and new subscriber sign-ups have increased.
The service is viewable through an app on iPhone and iPad, as well as Apple TV. Mac users can watch through CBS.com. It costs $5.99 a month, or $9.99 a month for a commercial-free option.