Paramount+, the global streaming service from Paramount Global (NASDAQ: PARA, PARAA), is set to launch in the UK and Ireland this Wednesday, 22nd June.
Paramount+ will launch in the UK with a broad content slate of more than 8,000 hours of content for the whole family, spanning new and exclusive Paramount+ originals, hit shows and popular movies across every genre from Paramount’s world-renowned brands and production studios, including SHOWTIME®, Paramount Pictures, Comedy Central, MTV and Nickelodeon.
Paramount+ will also offer unlimited access to blockbuster movies with new releases like the Scream 5 horror, as well as time proven classics such as Star Trek.
Hours of original factual titles from the UK production community will also be available, including an un-scripted paranormal series, Haunted, produced by Story Films in association with All3Media International, details the most terrifying paranormal cases in Britain and America, combining personal testimony with archive and dramatic reconstruction. As well as true-crime series; The Box, which follows a British detective to expose the truth behind one of America’s worst serial killers.
In the UK, Paramount+ will be available online at https://www.paramountplus.com/ and on mobile and a wide range of connected TV devices via the Paramount+ app, via broad direct-to-consumer distribution through Apple, Amazon, Google, Roku® and Samsung, with more platforms to be announced in the coming months. Users will be able to sign up to the service for £6.99 per month/£69.90 per annum in the UK, after a FREE seven-day trial.
Paramount+ will launch on Sky platforms in the UK, Ireland, Italy, Germany and Austria in 2022 as part of a new multi-year distribution agreement that also includes the extended carriage of Paramount’s leading portfolio of pay TV channels. Sky Cinema subscribers will get the bonus of Paramount+ included at no extra cost.
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Paramount+ will launch this Wednesday 22nd June in the UK and Ireland.