CBS All-Access is offering a 1-month free trial instead of just a week and it’s kind of a big deal
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CBS All-Access is offering a one-month free trial instead of its usual one-week trial, and we are pumped. If you’re one of those people who responds, “Yes, I’ve been here for the past six hours” when Netflix asks you if you’re still there, you should keep reading.
Stream your local live broadcast station to watch sports, special events, and to make sure you don’t miss the new episode of your current show. (Goodbye, Twitter spoilers.) You can also stream tons of classics like Criminal Minds, Twin Peaks, The Big Bang Theory, and the most binge-able show of all time: CSI.
A one-week trial isn’t much time to get through all of these, but with a whole month, you can really do some damage.
Oh, and almost every season of Star Trek ever created is in there. The Animated Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise, and the new Star Trek: Discovery are all available. Binge long and prosper.
CBS All-Access usually costs $5.99 or $9.99 per month, depending on whether you want ads or not. Like Netflix or Hulu, the CBS All-Access app can be accessed across all of your devices, including Apple TV, Chromecast, or Alexa and Fire TV. Coincidentally, the Amazon Fire TV Stick is one sale right now for $10 off its original price at just $29.99. Looks like your weekend plans are set.
You will need a credit card to set it up, but you can cancel at any time — I’m sure we’ve all mastered the art of using free trials by now. Learn more here.