The new CBS All Access service, which launched Wednesday, will bring TV and movie programming to the Internet and onto smartphones and tablets, the company said.
The service is available on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox, Google Chromecast, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Samsung Smart TVs, Sony Smart TVs and the Google Chromecasts on Google Home, Apple TV and other devices.
The new service also will be available on Roku.
The service, known as All Access, will have a subscription price of $9.99 per month, the first time that the $9-per-month price has been included in an Apple TV price.
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CBS All-Access is available to customers in most U.S. markets.
The CBS Allaccess service is a new addition to CBS AllAccess.
CBS said that it had already launched the service in 2017.CBS also has a new streaming service, CBS AllLink, which it will debut next week, CBS said.
AllLink is a subscription service that allows users to stream shows and movies to a variety of devices, including Amazon Fire, Apple TVs, Chromecast and other Android devices.CBS has said that the new AllAccess service will compete with Netflix and Hulu.
The streaming service offers content from CBS and other companies, including Showtime and AMC.
CBS has said it plans to offer its own content and is working with content partners to make AllAccess the “best place to watch movies and TV shows.”