The best shows you can stream on 10 All Access

10 All Access offers a fun mix of classic shows and procedurals, with over 7,000 episodes available to stream.

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10 All Access has rebranded as Paramount+

As of 11 August 2021 10 All Access no longer exists. It has rebranded as Paramount+. It's good news for existing subscribers as the service is now $1 less per month and comes with much more content. It now costs $8.99 a month and the shows library has increased by 60% and it now has movies, over 300 to be precise.

All the best shows on this list will be available on Paramount Plus. But you'd be best to now check out our list of best Paramount Plus shows instead. For more information check out our extensive Paramount Plus guide.

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So far, 10 All Access seems to be specialising in comfort TV, offering mostly 90s dramas and crime procedurals. Nostalgic subscribers will love the streaming service, as it enables them to watch or re-watch some classic gems.

Series available on 10 All Access include Melrose Place, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, Beverly Hills 90210, Frasier, Cheers and The Twilight Zone. As for crime procedurals, there are a bunch of CSI shows available to stream, as well as Blue Bloods, NCIS, Hawaii Five-O and MacGyver. Subscribers can also binge-watch The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise and Neighbours.

Until newer content is made available, we’ve rounded up the best shows currently on the platform, so you can enjoy a head start if you decide to give 10 All Access a spin.


1. Why Women Kill


  • Year: 2019
  • Cast: Ginnifer Goodwin, Lucy Liu, Kirby Howell-Baptiste

An original production, Why Women Kill is a dark dramedy set during multiple time periods. The series follows the events leading to a death that occurs after the husbands of three married women commit adultery. Season 1 focuses on a 1960s housewife, a socialite in the 80s and a lawyer in the present day.

The show has an ambitious premise and it often gets soapy, which is likely to appeal to a wide variety of viewers. Plus, the series benefits from a solid cast and gets more suspenseful and moving with each episode. It’s also nice to look at, with great attention to detail for the period settings.

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2. A Million Little Things


  • Year: 2018
  • Cast: James Roday, Romany Malco, David Giuntoli, Allison Miller

A Million Little Things revolves around a group of friends from Boston who are shaken when one of them commits suicide. As a result, they are forced to re-examine their own lives while simultaneously coping with the loss of their loved one. They soon realise that the only way to get through it is to stick together.

This show is similar to the breakout hit This Is Us, so if you’re a big fan of that, you’ll likely enjoy this one as well. A Million Little Things explores some difficult themes, but it does so with grace and nuance, keeping the focus on the characters. Caution, as it might have you reaching for a box of tissues on a regular basis.

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3. The Twilight Zone


  • Year: 2019
  • Cast: Sanaa Lathan, Adam Scott, Kumail Nanjiani, John Cho

Besides streaming the original series, 10 All Access also offers the 2019 reboot. A modern re-imagining of the classic version, The Twilight Zone is an anthology series that sets out to explore the human condition and hold a mirror up to the culture of our times.

Full of wonder and terror, the reboot is visually imaginative and thought-provoking. Each episode offers a fresh story, managing to capture the spirit of the original show while also bringing something new to the table. All in all, it’s a treat for both newbies and veteran fans.

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4. Charmed


  • Year: 1998
  • Cast: Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano, Shannen Doherty, Rose McGowan

Charmed premiered back in 1998 and lasted for eight delightful seasons. The show follows a trio of sisters, all-powerful witches, as they use their gifts to protect innocent people from dark forces like demons, warlocks and all things evil. They are known as The Charmed Ones. Each sister possesses a unique magical power, but together they are as strong as covens come. Meanwhile, they struggle to lead normal lives outside their extracurricular Wicca activities, which isn’t an easy feat.

The series spun a reboot recently, but the original is still worthy of your attention. It was way ahead of its time in terms of feminism and it promoted some strong themes like sisterhood. Its quirky sense of humour and well-choreographed action sequences also helped it become a cult hit. If you missed out when Charmed was still on the air, you can finally catch up.

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5. Cheers


  • Year: 1982
  • Cast: Ted Danson, Rhea Perlman, George Wendt, Shelley Long

Another classic, Cheers was on the air from 1982 to 1993. The series is set at a Boston bar where everybody knows your name and follows a group of locals as they meet to drink and socialise. While the premise is pretty simple, the execution is what makes Cheers one of the most popular shows of all time. The series represents the pinnacle of American pop culture and it widely influenced the television we get to watch today, from the "friends as family" storyline to the cinematic style the series is shot in.

The novelty of the sitcom came from the fact that is was ridiculously relatable. Cheers is a combo of family sitcom and workplace comedy. The characters aren’t related, but they often feel like they are because they enjoy each other’s company so much. It depicted the kind of family you choose rather the one you’re born into. Who can’t relate to that? If you’re looking for pure TV comfort, this one is a must.

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6. The Good Fight


  • Year: 2017
  • Cast: Christine Baranski, Rose Leslie, Cush Jumbo, Delroy Lindo

A CBS All Access original, The Good Fight is a spin-off of successful series The Good Wife. This time, viewers follow successful lawyer Diane Lockhart, who is forced out of her job following a disastrous financial scam that affects both her savings and her reputation. As a result, she joins Lucca Quinn at a new firm, where she has to deal with fresh cases while also coming to terms with the current state of the American political scene.

A clever and thought-provoking series, The Good Fight takes one of the best characters from the original series and challenges her in new and unexpected ways, to viewers’ delight. At the same time, the show has a lot to say about several hot-button topics, including politics and racism. All in all, it’s a well-acted legal drama that benefits from a tight script and great direction. This is only available via streaming, so the creators were able to take some liberties that aren’t allowed on network TV. If you ever wanted to hear Lockhart swear, now’s your chance.

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7. Medium


  • Year: 2005
  • Cast: Patricia Arquette, Miguel Sandoval, Sofia Vassilieva

Patricia Arquette shines in this show about a medium who consults on cases for the district attorney's office. Medium ran for 7 seasons from 2005 to 2011 and follows Allison DuBois, housewife and mother, who can talk to dead people, as well as foresee events or witness the past in her dreams. Her gift comes in handy to the district attorney's office, but she has a tough time generally convincing people that her psychic abilities can actually lead to solving crimes.

The premise of the show was quite unique when Medium first went on the air and we’re happy to report that the series successfully stands the test of time, especially thanks to the strong cast. Arquette gives a nuanced performance as Allison, a woman you’ll be cheering for immediately. Finally, the show may disguise as a regular crime procedural, but it’s also about a middle-aged woman who is still searching for meaning outside of her happy family life.

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8. Madam Secretary


  • Year: 2014
  • Cast: Téa Leoni, Tim Daly, Patina Miller

Madam Secretary stars Téa Leoni as Elizabeth McCord, a former CIA analyst who becomes the US secretary of state. As per the job description, McCord has to deal with international diplomacy and negotiate worldwide issues, while also battling office politics on a smaller scale.

If you’re into political dramas in the vein of The West Wing or The Good Wife, this is one of the best. It doesn’t bring anything particularly new to the table, but Leoni’s strong performance should be enough to keep you glued to the screen. The show is great when it comes to juggling multiple storylines at the same time. Madam Secretary makes it a point to focus on the personal lives of the characters as well, which is an absolute treat.

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9. Numb3rs


  • Year: 2005
  • Cast: David Krumholtz, Rob Morrow, Judd Hirsch, Alimi Ballard

Ignore the awkward stylisation of the title, Numb3rs is actually a solid procedural. As the name suggests, the show focuses on the confluence of police work and mathematics for solving crimes. It all starts when an FBI agent recruits his genius brother to offer a fresh perspective to how agents approach some of their more challenging cases. It’s a fresh spin on a familiar concept and it works well.

Maths may not be the sexiest reason to tune into a show, but Numb3rs appeals to viewers thanks to the fun dynamic between the brothers and the clever way in which the team solves a wide variety of crimes using formulas and logic. Even better, you don’t have to be a maths whiz yourself to enjoy it.

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10. Strange Angel


  • Year: 2018
  • Cast: Jack Reynor, Bella Heathcote, Peter Mark Kendall

A CBS All Access original production, Strange Angel is based on the biography Strange Angel: The Otherworldly Life of Rocket Scientist John Whiteside Parsons by George Pendle. The series centres on a rocket scientist in 1930s Los Angeles, Jack Parsons, who also happens to secretly be a disciple of occultist Aleister Crowley. The official description says Strange Angel explores the dramatic intersection between genius and madness, science and science fiction.

Would it be too on the nose to say that this period drama shoots for the stars? Strange Angel is an ambitious series, a slow burn that rewards your patience with a mesmerising story about ambition and experimentation. One thing’s for sure, this show is just as strange as the man that inspired it, hard to categorise but very exciting. Tune in and experience it in all its glory.

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11. Tell Me a Story


  • Year: 2018
  • Cast: James Wolk, Billy Magnussen, Paul Wesley

Tell Me a Story is a convoluted drama with a promising cast and an exciting premise. Based on the Mexican television series Érase una vez, the show takes popular fairytales and reimagines them as a twisted psychological thriller. In season one, the series delivers an addictive tale of greed and revenge using elements from The Three Little Pigs, Little Red Riding Hood and Hansel and Gretel.

Unlike the fairytales it draws inspiration from, this CBS All Access original is grim, to say the least. It boasts plenty of metaphors (some less subtle than others) and it isn’t afraid to push boundaries in order to shock viewers. This is a show about bad things happening to people who do bad things, so it’s not particularly recommended for the faint of heart. But if you have the stomach for it, Tell Me a Story might prove to be a pleasant surprise.

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12. One Dollar


  • Year: 2018
  • Cast: Nathaniel Martello-White, Philip Ettinger, Kirrilee Berger

CBS All Access likes to experiment with different formats and One Dollar is no exception. Another original production, the series is set in a small town and follows a group of strangers connected by a one-dollar bill. As the bill changes hands, so does the point of view from which the story is told. The fact that the strangers are involved in a shocking multiple murder is just the icing on the cake.

One Dollar fascinates from episode one, so much so that you’ll find yourself still watching hours later. The mystery delivers a lot of exciting twists, but the show also offers some smart commentary on class, giving it a bit of an edge. Oh, and the characters are simply delicious. Each of them has secrets and each of them can be considered a suspect. In our book, this should be more than enough information to gauge your interest.

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The Secrets She Keeps

13. The Secrets She Keeps


  • Year: 2020
  • Cast: Laura Carmichael, Jessica De Gouw, Michael Dorman, Ryan Corr

What happens when the life you want isn't yours? And how far would you go to get it? These are the questions at the heart of The Secrets She Keeps, an engaging psychological thriller based on the book of the same name by Michael Robotham.

The miniseries centres on two women, each with devastating secrets of their own. Meghan is a glamorous online influencer, while Agatha works at a supermarket. Both are heavily pregnant – and a chance encounter ends up derailing their lives forever.

Intense and extremely watchable, the show veers towards melodrama at times, but that only makes it more addictive. At only six episodes, it's an intriguing and satisfying binge.

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Evil

14. Evil


  • Year: 2019
  • Cast: Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, Aasif Mandvi, Michael Emerson

Evil is a weird show, which makes it divisive: it either draws you in or it doesn't. If you find the subject matter appealing, we suggest you give it a go. This procedural with a twist has plenty going for it, including a solid cast and a spectacular premise.

The series revolves around a psychologist who reluctantly teams up with a priest in training to investigate supernatural occurrences within the church. Their purpose is to find logical explanations for the strange happenings – or to determine whether a bigger force is at play. It basically means that they go around looking into miracles, supposed demonic possessions, prophecies and the likes. Fun!

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My Life Is Murder

15. My Life Is Murder


  • Year: 2019
  • Cast: Lucy Lawless, Bernard Curry, Ebony Vagulans, Todd River

My Life Is Murder is all about ex-detective Alexa Crowe, who is drawn out of retirement to consult on a tricky case. Soon after, she'll be solving baffling crimes on the regular, assisted by a young data analyst. Alexa, who is a bit of a mystery herself, is also dealing with typical everyday problems, which only makes her more compelling.

A delicious dramedy, the show has an attractive cast led by Lucy Lawless, who offers a charming performance. My Life Is Murder is light and doesn't take itself too seriously, so it's a highly enjoyable watch. If you like your mysteries with less gore and more laughs, this will be right up your alley.

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10 All Access to become Paramount+: Details

A streaming service from Network 10 and CBS, 10 All Access hit the market in late 2018. The platform costs $9.99 a month and comes with a one-month free trial, a whole bunch of classic series in its catalogue and a limited selection of intriguing original productions. At the same time, it enables users to stream 24/7 news on CBSN and enjoy a few shows express from the US. There are no contracts, so you can cancel your subscription at any time.

In August 2021, 10 All Access will rebrand as Paramount+ in Australia. This is similar to what happened to CBS All Access in the US.

In simple terms, the service will host more content – including movies and additional original productions. Paramount+ is also expected to cost less, with subscriptions at $8.99 a month. You can find full details on Paramount+ here.

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