Catch Up On Your Favorite Shows With CBS All Access

CBS All Access has over 10,000 episodes available to watch, all for $5.99 per month.

Media companies are starting to embrace the streaming industry, with companies like CBS and ESPN launching their own streaming service. But it's not a complete streaming service, rather a compliment to its channels that are included with your cable subscription. But, these are pretty inexpensive. With CBS All Access costing $5.99 per month and ESPN+ costing $4.99 per month - after the seven-day free trial of course.

With CBS All Access, you will get access to everything that is available on CBS, all for just $6 per month. Which is chump change compared to Netflix, cable and other monthly fees you are already paying. CBS All Access has all of the shows on CBS, as well as some originals that are exclusive to the service. This includes Star Trek: Discovery, The Good Fight, The Twilight Zone and much more.

CBS All Access is really great for binge watching a show that you just found out about. Take Madam Secretary for example. It's in its fifth season and has over 100 episodes. Instead of hunting around to find all the episodes, you can just sign up for CBS All Access and binge watch them all. That's definitely better than purchasing the seasons from other places like Google Play Movies & TV or iTunes.

CBS is America's #1 Network, so there are a ton of great shows available on CBS All Access, and for just $6 per month, it is really worth it. Especially if you are looking to watch The Good Fight, The Twilight Zone and the other exclusives it has. Other shows that are included in CBS All Access include Bull, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, NCIS, Survivor, just to name a few. You will never open the CBS All Access app and have trouble finding something to watch.

There are technically two plans for CBS All Access. For $5.99 you get the service with "limited commercials". If you don't want to see any commercials, you can get a the commercial free plan for $9.99. Similar to what Hulu does now.

Remember that CBS shows are often not available on other streaming platforms. A few shows are available on Netflix, but very few. If you are looking to watch The Big Bang Theory, you won't find it on any other streaming platform, but Madam Secretary is available on Netflix (except for the current season).

The good thing about CBS All Access is the fact that you can watch it on virtually any platform. This includes Android smartphones and tablets, Android TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, iPad, iPhone, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Roku, Samsung and VIZIO smart TVs. So it's available literally everywhere, Whether you are looking to watch on the go on your smartphone, or watch at home on the big screen, CBS All Access has you covered.

CBS All Access does offer a seven day free trial, allowing you to really try out the service before you purchase it. You can sign up for that free trial at the link below. If you don't cancel before the seven days are up, it will automatically charge you for the first month.

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