Network 10 and CBS are teaming up to tackle Netflix with their own on-demand video streaming service.
As streaming video platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video continue to lure people away from traditional pay TV and free-to-air services, the big television networks are starting to sit up and take notice. CBS, for instance, has launched its own streaming service dubbed CBS All Access in the US, offering live and on-demand streams of its extensive library of original and licensed content.
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After CBS purchased the 10 Network back in August 2017, the American company announced it would be bringing CBS All Access to Australia, too, albeit under a different name. Called 10 All Access to align with Network 10's rebranding in late 2018, the streaming service launched on 4 December 2018 with over 7,000 episodes spanning various CBS and Network 10 shows. It also marked the Australian debut of three new CBS original series: One Dollar, Strange Angel and Tell Me a Story.
How much does 10 All Access cost?
Like most streaming services, 10 All Access offers a free trial for new users. The trial lasts 30 days, after which you'll be looking at $9.99 per month. That $9.99 is the only tier currently on offer, and it allows you to stream to up to three devices at the same time.
What content is available on 10 All Access?
10 All Access features current shows from both Network 10 and CBS as well as older series from both catalogues. New episodes from CBS titles will be available months before they're broadcast on Network 10's free-to-air channels.
CBS launched 10 All Access with a library of over 7,000 episodes spanning modern and classic TV series. Shows featuring in this initial wave include:
- Happy Together
- The Good Wife
- The Good Fight
- Tell Me a Story
- One Dollar
- Strange Angel
- The Bachelor Australia
- The Bachelorette Australia
- The Living Room
- I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!
When did 10 All Access launch?
CBS launched 10 All Access on 4 December 2018.
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