According to this link, they intend to market globally. CBS probably doesn't mean much beyond our shores.This is almost AT&T-level marketing foolishness. They spent years building the CBS AA brand, and now they are going to rename it with the name of a studio CBS happens to own. Am I missing something?
This is almost AT&T-level marketing foolishness. They spent years building the CBS AA brand, and now they are going to rename it with the name of a studio CBS happens to own. Am I missing something?
Yep you're right! I was thinking since it was on the Paramount network tv it was going to Paramount +.
They were better leaving it as Spike, Or for you old folk, TNN, or for you older folk. The Nashville Network.I wonder if the deal to stream Yellowstone on Peacock is exclusive or if it will stream on Paramount+ too? Because it kinda seems like an own-goal for the Paramount Network's sole original hit series to stream on a competitor's service rather than their sibling namesake streamer. How many folks will take a look at Paramount+ expecting Yellowstone to be there?
Speaking of Paramount Network, I think it's been pretty much orphaned by ViacomCBS now. It was launched to be their answer to FX (or, at least, USA or TNT), home to quality scripted original series and mini-series. But every series they launched on it has now been cancelled except its one big hit, Yellowstone. Outside of that show, it's just another space-filler channel on the cable dial with reality crap and reruns.
I think ViacomCBS is just going to plow whatever money would have gone into additional new original series for Paramount Network into Paramount+ instead. Which would make sense given that cable is dying and they need as many exclusive hits as possible to help Paramount+ survive the coming SVOD winnowing over the next couple of years...
Yes. All seasons of Discovery as well as the first seasons of Picard and Lower Decks are available. Not sure about Yellowstone. It is on my list to try, but it is a long list.I have been leaning toward subscribing to CBS All Access for a while being I have got hooked on the Star Trek Discovery series. Will the past seasons still be on this as well as the Picard series? I have not watched the last Yellowstone series that I have recorded. Will there be another season?
What internet speed is required for this service? Will it be HD quality on my HDTV? I am guessing I would have to install the CBS/Paramount+ app onto my TV first. I have not done any streaming like this, so I am a little clueless. I stream Amazon Prime and I have Neflix, but this was through my Dish receiver. Would I sign up on my laptop and the log in on my TV?
Also is this a good deal and would you prefer commercials or commercials free?