Paramount + launches new low cost ad-supported plan

Paramount + has announced a significant expansion of its range of content starting this summer, with the exclusive premiere of. begins Mark Wahlbergthe sci-fi action thriller Infinite on the streaming service on June 10th. According to a press release, the streamer also confirmed that as of the same day, more than 1,000 premium films are in the available library for subscribers, including award winners, fan favorites and family friendship titles, as well as a new sports package with hundreds of marquee football matches.

The new list of summer content will continue to be released for the following weeks, including PAW Patrol: The Movie, which will receive a tandem cinema and Paramount + premiere on August 20, as well A quiet place part IIwhich will go to streaming service after its 45 day theatrical release.

“The breadth and depth of premium feature films and exclusive series that are added to the service further strengthens our market position as a premium entertainment destination and, by offering this compelling content portfolio at a completely new low price, makes us even more accessible to a broad consumer audience “Said Tom Ryan, President and Chief Executive Officer of ViacomCBS Streaming, in a statement to the press.

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Some of the movies available to stream to Paramount + customers include Terminator: Dark Fate, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Skyfall, The Avengers, rocket Man, Judy, Little woman, Charlotte’s Web, Holy Maud, Crawl, Pet cemetery, Jackass presents: Bad Grandpa, and School of Rock. The original series programming includes the Rugrats Reboot that iCarly Revival series, which premieres June 17th, a brand new season of The good fight Premiere on June 24th and a new season of Star Trek: Lower Decks Premiere on August 12th

For football lovers, the Paramount + sports package offers the ability to stream hundreds of matches, including the Men’s Concacaf World Cup in June, the start of qualifying matches for the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and UEFA Europa Conference League, the start of the Italian Serie A season in August and the Argentine league Profesional de Fútbol, ​​Campeonato Brasileirão Série A and the NWSL regular season all summer.

The streamer has also confirmed that it will offer a new tier of pricing for US subscribers. The Essential plan is an ad-supported tier for $ 4.99 per month, while the Premium plan will also be available for $ 9.99 per month with on-demand ad-free entertainment in 4K, HDR and Dolby Vision and mobile downloads. Each subscription option includes parental controls and up to six individual profiles. Later in June, a new watchlist feature called My List will also be introduced for the service.

Paramount + is available to subscribers starting today at a new low cost plan of just $ 4.99 per month. The service is available online at ParamountPlus.com; on mobile devices via the Paramount + app for iOS and Android; and on Android TV, Amazon Prime Video Channels, Apple TV, Apple TV Channels, Chromecast, Facebook Portal, Fire TV, LG Smart TVs, PlayStation 4, Roku Players, Samsung Smart TVs, Vizio Smartcast TVs and Xbox One. Please visit ParamountPlus.com for more information.

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