The streaming service CBS All Access is to come to Europe under the name “Paramount +”. The news was already circulating last year, now the start date is official.
ViacomCBS Inc. announced yesterday that Paramount + is scheduled to go online in the US on March 4th. On the same day, the streaming service, which is to replace CBS All Access in the future (DIGITAL TELEVISION reported), also starts in Latin America and Canada.
But what about Germany now? There is currently still some uncertainty about this. Although the platform is due to come to Europe from March 25th, Paramount + has only been announced for Nordic countries so far. The service is scheduled to start in Australia in the middle of the year. Of course, it is still unclear how the content would be dealt with in a German launch. Formats such as “Star Trek: Picard” have so far been licensed by other streaming services in this country. The newly announced content includes “Lioness”, the new series from thriller specialist Taylor Sheridan (“Wind River”).
ViacomCBS is planning an investor event at the end of February, at which the group will present its future strategies for Paramount + and its streaming offer.
Source: DIGITAL FERNSEHEN by www.digitalfernsehen.de.
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