CBS All Access is going to have all eight of the Sweet Sixteen Games today and tomorrow, streaming live on its own platform. You can still sign up for a free 7-day trial and watch these games anywhere. After that free trial, the price goes up to $5.99 per month.
Not only will you be able to watch the Sweet Sixteen games today and tomorrow, but also the Elite Eight games over the weekend, as the NCAA Tournament narrows the field down to four for Championship weekend next week.
CBS All Access is a streaming service from CBS, where you are able to watch CBS live, as well as its 24/7 streaming news channel - CBS News - and a ton of other content that is available in its library. CBS All Access has also been adding tons of original content that is only available on CBS All Access, and won't be available on the regular CBS channels. Making it worth the $6 per month. CBS is touting this as a complimentary streaming service, and not instead of having your CBS channels from the likes of DIRECTV NOW and YouTube TV.
Some of the original programming that CBS All Access has right now includes The Good Fight, Star Trek: Discovery and soon The Twilight Zone will be airing on CBS All Access. Many are excited for The Twilight Zone reboot that starts on Monday, April 1. Which makes it the perfect time to sign up for this 7-day free trial for CBS All Access.
You can sign up for a free trial of CBS All Access by using the link below. Remember that it is still going to cost you $5.99 per month after the initial seven days.