The CBS All Access subscription video-on-demand service is now available on oku streaming players and Roku TV models in Canada.
The service, which costs $5.99/mo. and launched in Canada in April, affords access to thousands of commercial-free full seasons of current primetime and leading daytime and late night CBS shows, along with thousands of episodes from CBS's library of classics. Subscribers can also live stream CBSN, CBS News' 24/7 streaming news service that includes live, anchored coverage and original reporting.
"Within just weeks of debuting CBS All Access in Canada, we're thrilled to be bringing the service to Roku streaming players and Roku TVs, giving subscribers even more ways to watch CBS programming and expanding on our longstanding partnership with Roku in the U.S.," says Rob Gelick, Executive Vice President and General Manager, CBS Entertainment Digital. "The early reception to the service in Canada has been very positive and we look forward to continuing to introduce Canadian audiences to CBS All Access."
With shows like NCIS, Bull, Seal Team, MacGyver, and Instinct, new episodes are available seven days after they broadcast. Meanwhile, subscribers can access all past seasons of 15 primetime series, including NCIS, Survivor, Elementary, and Madam Secretary. CBS All Access also has its own selection of original series, including The Good Fight and No Activity, with more planned soon. Current episodes of select daytime and late-night favourites are also available, including The Talk, Rachael Ray, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Available classic series include Charmed, The Good Wife, Hawaii Five-O, and CSI.
In addition to the launch on Roku streaming players and Roku TVs, CBS All Access is also available in Canada at cbsallaccess.ca, on iOS and Android mobile and tablet devices, and on Apple TV and Chromecast. CBS All Access will be launching on additional connected devices in Canada in the coming months.