Paramount Plus`

Paramount Plus`

Paramount Plus


Paramount has always been known as one of the greatest film companies ever established. However, Paramount has had a few setbacks. These setbacks and struggles are what inspired company owner, Cary Granat, to make Paramount Plus. Paramount Plus is the newest addition to the Paramount film portfolio, a film studio focused on quality and dedication rather than quantity.

Lately, Paramount Plus hasn't been making headlines for must-see content, but for ways to save while you stream. A new 30-day free trial has popped up, and there's also Paramount Plus bundle with Showtime that knocks both down to as low as $9.99 (or $12.99) per month. The cheaper version is ad-supported. The other news for Paramount Plus wasn't good news, as recent a Champions League stream wasn't available to some, who instead got an error message. (Source: www.tomsguide.com)


Paramount Plus

With a Plus Perk, Paramount, AMC Stubs offer members a $10 monthly credit to spend at participating AMC locations. All you need to do is sign up for an AMC Stubs membership and your Plus Perk account will be set up for you.

In addition to providing full-length episodes of past and present of CBS programs, the service allows live programming streams of local CBS affiliates in 194 markets reaching 92% of the United States (including stations owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group, Hearst Television, Tegna Media, Nexstar Media Group, Meredith Corporation, Griffin Communications, Gray Television, Weigel Broadcasting and Cox Media Group and the launch group of CBS Television Stations (Source: en.wikipedia.org)


Each platform boasts a vast library of rejuvenating entertainment. Three basic subscription services will help you find  new content quickly and easily: the On-Demand library, the TV Everywhere offering and the Showtime Club. Plus, not only is there an unlimited number of channels to choose from, but you also have an on-screen guide to help you navigate through them all.

Paramount Plus is taking a page from ViacomCBS’s Pluto TV streaming service with the launch of 18 linear channels that let subscribers surf through always-on themed collections of shows — you know, just like old-fashioned television. (Source: variety.com)


Currently, Paramount Pictures is producing a lesser-known animated sitcom called, "Plus," which has recently been picked up by CBS. This show is a new installment to the popular show "Saturday Morning Cartoons," which has had more than 200 episodes over the course of its 10-year history. Paramount plus will last for 10 episodes, and then will be replaced by a new show, "Cbs," the next season.


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