Paramount+ will offer two pricing tiers for U.S. subscribers. The premium one, costing $9.99, will include “the full depth and breadth of live sports, around-the-clock news programming and world-class entertainment spanning Paramount+ originals to an expansive suite of current and library shows and movies.” This option will become available when CBS All Access relaunches as Paramount+ on March 4.
In June, Paramount+ will launch a second, ad-supported tier. This one, costing $4.99, will feature “Paramount+ originals, marquee sports content including championship-level soccer and NFL programming, breaking news through CBSN, and an extraordinary collection of content, including the full suite of current and library CBS shows available on demand.” The current $5.99 plan will no longer be available for new subscribers after that. However, existing CBS All-Access users can still maintain their “grandfathered access” if they remain subscribed.
Both Paramount+ subscription options will include “enhanced curation and discovery, personalized homepages, content categories, and central hubs for ViacomCBS’ brands.” They will also come with parental control capabilities and allow for as many as six individual profiles.
During its Investor Day event this week, Paramount+ announced it will debut new series adaptation of the films Fatal Attraction, Flashdance and The Italian Job, along with Love Story and The Parallax View. The streaming service is also working on a Grease prequel show titled Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies and The Offer, a drama series that will tell the behind-the-scenes story of the making of The Godfather.