Paramount+ and Showtime are coming together, and the new combined streaming service is celebrating its big launch with a great deal for new subscribers: $6 a month for the first three months. That’s half off the normal price of $12.
This deal, which is for new subscribers only, is available until June 4. The Paramount+ plan that includes Showtime is the ad-free version. Once the discount ends, the price goes up to $12 per month–cheaper than Max or Netflix.
If Paramount+ or Showtime didn’t individually do it for you, this new combined service could be a game-changer. It’s cheaper than both Netflix and Max, while still offering a robust library of recent movies and TV shows. For example, they’ve got Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren in 1883 from Paramount+, and Yellowjackets from Showtime–the second season of which ends on May 26, making now a great time to binge-watch the series.
The combined service also carries big movies like Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, Top Gun: Maverick, and the reigning Oscar winner for Best Picture, Everything Everywhere All At Once. And not to mention everything from CBS, including a live network feed that comes in very handy during football season.
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