Been itching for new binge-worthy material? You’re in luck, the brand new streaming service Paramount-Plus is about to launch.
The CBS All Access replacement is launching country-wide on March 4th. It'll cost $5 a month, or $10 for the premium version with no commercials. It won’t launch with a ton of new content, but there are plenty of revivals to look forward to, and some new shows based on beloved classics.
Here are the highlights:
- “Frasier” is making a comeback with original star Kelsey Grammer returning in the title role.
- A "Halo" show based on the Xbox game franchise
- Nickelodeon’s beloved “Rugrats” is coming back as a CG-animated series
- There will also be a new series based on Nickelodeon’s “Spongebob Squarepants,” “Kamp Koral.”
- “Unplugged,” “Yo! MTV Raps” and VH1’s “Behind The Music” are all set to be revived for Paramount-Plus.
- Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl and his mom Virginia Hanlon Grohl will co-host a new unscripted show “From Cradle To Stage,” featuring different musicians and the women who raised them.
- New seasons of "Star Trek: Discovery", "Star Trek: Lower Decks", and "Younger"
- The return of "Inside Amy Schumer"
- "6666", which is a "Yellowstone" spinoff
- A "Criminal Minds" reboot
- Spinoffs of "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" and "Reno: 911!"
- Shows adapted from the movies "The Italian Job", "Love Story", "Fatal Attraction", "Parallax View", and "Flashdance"
- Movies based on "Workaholics" and "Beavis & Butt-head"
You'll also be able to stream major movies one month after their theatrical release, starting with "A Quiet Place Part 2" and "Mission Impossible 7."
Most of this won't be there on Day One . . . but Paramount+ will launch with "a library of 30,000-plus TV episodes and more than 2,500 movies," and in the first year they will premiere 36 original shows.