CBS has been bringing new shows to its network lately, it's that time of the year. Transitioning from fall/winter shows into Summer shows. And The Red Line is the latest show to debut on CBS. The series premiere was last night on CBS, and if you didn't get a chance to watch the show, you can still watch it on CBS All Access right now, with a free trial.
The Red Line is a new show from CBS which will follow the lives of three vastly different Chicago families, whose stories of loss and tragedy intersect in the wakf of the mistaken shooting of an African-American doctor by a white cop. It's a show that does really relate to what's going on in the real world right now. The families' stories crisscross and converge, showing a message of hope. Also showing that it is possible to emerge from tragedy stronger.
While the series premiere was just last night, it is already getting some pretty good reviews. Now this show is on CBS, so if you do have cable or a streaming TV service, you can sign in and watch it. But if you don't, you'll need to get a free trial to CBS All Access. Luckily, the free trial is good for a full week, which is nice to see. Allowing you to watch the first episode, and also see what else is available on CBS All Access - spoiler: there's a lot.
CBS All Access is the company's own streaming service that starts at $5.99 per month ($9.99 if you hate commercials). It has all of the shows that CBS has ever aired, including every single episode. This includes older shows like Beverly Hills 90210, The Brady Bunch, Cheers, The Game, and others. It's not just shows that aired on CBS, but also shows that its' studio had produced, like The Game. Which was on The CW and then moved over to BET.
At $6 per month, CBS All Access is a really good service to subscribe to, as you get all sorts of great TV content available, both new and old. There are also some exclusive shows that are only available on CBS All Access, like Star Trek: Discovery, The Twilight Zone and The Good Fight. So if you're wondering whether this is worth the extra cash, it definitely is.
CBS All Access is available on almost all streaming platforms out there. That includes Android, iOS, Android TV, Google Chromecast, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Fire Tablets, Roku, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and much more. So no matter what device you want to watch CBS All Access on, you'll be able to do just that without worrying about if it's available. With it being available on Android and iOS, you can catch up on your favorite shows while you're getting in your morning cardio at the gym, which is pretty nice.
You can sign up for a free trial of CBS All Access at the link below. This is good for seven days, after that it will start charging you based on the plan you chose.