CBS All Access/Showtime deal no longer offered to Apple TV+ subscribers

Bummer. The CBS All Access and Showtime bundle for Apple TV+ is no longer available for new users, according to 9to5Mac. The bundle allowed Apple TV+ subscribers to subscribe to both CBS All Access and Showtime for US$9.99 per month — a 50% saving.

Current subscribers to the bundle are still getting the deal, but new users can’t sign up. And there’s no indication on how long the deal will be supported.

As 9to5Mac notes, although not officially confirmed by either Apple or Viacom at this stage, it doesn’t seem like Paramount+ will be offered as an Apple TV Channel inside the TV app. This means customers will instead have to download a third party “Paramount+” app from the App Store to access CBS content going forward.

ViacomCBS is set to relaunch its CBS All Access service as Paramount+ on March 4. As part of the rebrand, Paramount Plus will also receive five new original series from different verticals across the company, including Paramount, CBS, MTV, and BET.

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