ViacomCBS is bringing more than 3,500 television episodes and seventy shows to its CBS All Access streaming service, and is revamping its UI…
Today, there are over thirty-five hundred more titles and seventy shows coming to CBS All Access. The content comes from parent company Viacom’s cable networks. And, it’s part of a larger plan to beef-up and rebrand All Access.
CBS All Access adds 70 more shows from Comedy Central, Smithsonian Channel, Nickelodeon, MTV, VH1, and TV Land
The new episodes include an interesting mix of old and newer content from the likes of Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, Smithsonian Channel, TV Land, VH1, MTV, and BET. Viacom CBS is also launching a new user interface that’s designed to make it easier for viewers to search for content.
Altogether, CBS All Access now has 20,000 TV episodes and movie titles in its vast library. In the coming months, its parent company will continue to add even more content, as it incrementally creeps toward the ultimate goal of 30,000 episodes and movies. Back in May, All Access brought more than one hundred Paramount films to the platform and told users to expect “major changes” this summer.
Viacom plans to roll out the overhaul of its streaming service sometime in early 2021. Marc DeBevoise, chief digital officer at ViacomCBS says:
“Today marks the beginning of an exciting evolution of CBS All Access into the subscription streaming home for ViacomCBS and a preview of what’s to come.”