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Old 05-09-17, 02:37 PM   #76
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Re: CBS Launches $5.99 A Month Subscription Streaming Service

Tried this awhile ago and the quality was abysmal.
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Old 05-09-17, 04:28 PM   #77
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Re: CBS Launches $5.99 A Month Subscription Streaming Service

Recently they did add movies. I wonder how deep in the Paramount Vault will they venture.
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Old 05-10-17, 04:34 PM   #78
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Re: CBS Launches $5.99 A Month Subscription Streaming Service

Looks like the CBS/Showtime bundle price is:

$14.99 with limited commercials on CBS
$18.99 ad-free
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Old 07-20-17, 06:29 PM   #79
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They now offer an Annual plan.

Limited Commercials Annual Plan: $59.99/year

Commercial Free Annual Plan: $99.99/year
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Re: CBS Launches $5.99 A Month Subscription Streaming Service

I have had the commercial free plan for about a month to get caught up on Life in Pieces, The Great Indoors, and The Big Bang Theory. I had to move recently and give my DVR back to Comcast that I had the rest of the season recorded on. I'm not happy at all they don't have the full season of The Big Bang Theory on there.

Also they will insert promos in some shows and not in other shows. They insert three in Life in Pieces, but none in The Great Outdoors or Superior Donuts. I was going to cancel, but they offer me a month for free when I tried to cancel. I accepted it since I want to watch Hunted.
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Old 07-20-17, 09:49 PM   #81
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I have had the commercial free plan for about a month to get caught up on Life in Pieces, The Great Indoors, and The Big Bang Theory. I had to move recently and give my DVR back to Comcast that I had the rest of the season recorded on. I'm not happy at all they don't have the full season of The Big Bang Theory on there.

Also they will insert promos in some shows and not in other shows. They insert three in Life in Pieces, but none in The Great Outdoors or Superior Donuts. I was going to cancel, but they offer me a month for free when I tried to cancel. I accepted it since I want to watch Hunted.
The shows owned and produced by CBS can be offered as full seasons.

Everything else are limited episodes due to it being produced by a different studio and limited rights. Life in Pieces is FOX, The Big Bang Theory is Warner Bros.
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The shows owned and produced by CBS can be offered as full seasons.

Everything else are limited episodes due to it being produced by a different studio and limited rights. Life in Pieces is FOX, The Big Bang Theory is Warner Bros.
They have the full second season of Life in Pieces though....
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They have the full second season of Life in Pieces though....
Maybe different rights for that show. They don't have the first season because Netflix has the rights now. I'm sure once the third season starts, season 2 will disappear and head to Netflix.
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