CBS All Access is now available on the Xbox One

CBS is now offering its All Access streaming service on the Xbox One. For $5.99-per-month, the service offers a large back-catalog of the network's shows, along with a live stream.

Star Trek fans are sure to rejoice at the news, as the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery series is slated to launch exclusive to the streaming service. Of course, if you're outside of the US and Canada, you'll find it on Netflix. Other series, such as a spin-off of The Good Wife and a digital version of Big Brother will also be available on CBS All Access.

CBS Interactive Entertainment Senior Vice President and General Manager of Digital Platforms Rob Gelick said the following in a statement to Multichannel News:

Overall, our subscriber base is spending more than half of their time streaming CBS All Access content on connected devices, and that increases to 75 percent when watching CBS All Access’s live local TV feeds. Expanding the service to Xbox One gives CBS Television fans even more ways to watch their favorite programming on their device of choice.

CBS All Access is currently available through the CBS app on Windows 10 (now including Xbox One), iOS, and Android. The service can also be found on Roku devices, Xbox 360, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, and Amazon Fire TVs. The company promises that more platforms will be added in the coming months.

Source: Multichannel News | Image via TrekCore

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