Amazon Prime members can now add CBS All Access for $9.99 a month, adding the prime jewel of CBS' streaming service, Star Trek: Discovery, to their Amazon libraries.
Per Deadline, CBS All Access joins Amazon's a la carte service, Amazon Channels, with reduced advertisements, making it the first of Amazon's 140 channels to feature a linear feed of a subscriber’s local broadcast station as well as video on demand.
The arrangement enables Prime members to add CBS for $9.99 a month. Viewers of their local station’s live stream (available in most of the network’s national footprint) will see the same commercials as traditional bundled or over-the-air viewers. But the OTT [over the top] service’s 10,000-plus episodes available on-demand are ad-free except for promotional interruptions. The basic, ad-supported version of CBS All-Access, which costs $5.99 a month, will be added to Amazon Channels in the coming months.
Amazon will add CBS All Access' basic version, with ads, in the coming months.
CBS All Access boasts more than 9,000 on-demand episodes, including the ability to stream NFL on CBS Live.
Subscribers gain access to original series Star Trek: Discovery and The Good Fight, in addition to shows like 60 Minutes, Bull, CSI:, The Good Wife, and television classics like Cheers, Frasier, I Love Lucy and The Brady Bunch.
In addition to Discovery, CBS All Access offers episodes of Star Trek: The Original Series, Deep Space Nine, Enterprise, Voyager, and The Next Generation.
Star Trek: Discovery's first season resumes January 7.