Paramount Plus Brings Nickelodeon, MTV and CBS to a Must-Have Streaming Platform

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To compete with streaming platforms like Netflix and Hulu, other companies have found ways to enter the fray. Not too long ago, HBO, a Time Warner company, announced that its HBO Max platform would feature content from Cartoon Network, DC Comics, Studio Ghibli, and more. In even more recent memory, NBCUniversal and Discovery launched their own services, Peacock and Discovery+ respectively, to capitalize on the networks and studios under their own umbrellas.

Sure, it may seem like the industry is just reinventing cable packages, but it’s clear that streaming conglomerates are the way of the present — and now ViacomCBS wants in. What began as CBS All Access, which launched back in 2014, has become Paramount+ in the wake of the CBS and Viacom re-merger of 2019. And, although the rebranded platform just launched on March 4, 2021, it already boasts millions of subscribers. So, is Paramount+ a must-have on your Smart TV’s rotation of channels? We’re delving into what the service has to offer.

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