CBS formally revealed that its All Access app has arrived on the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick with Voice Remote, providing subscribers, the opportunity to stream a wide variety of content anytime of the day.
With CBS All Access, subscribers will be given access to their preferred shows (old or brand new ones) and, in a few markets, live news broadcasts.
To date, the service has more than 7,500 episodes of a variety of shows. CBS is also delivering live news to 110 markets, or about 75 percent in the U.S. which include Los Angeles, Philadelphia, New York and San Francisco.
All episodes of the shows, which include well-liked CBS Classics such as "Cheers," "Star Trek," "CSI: Miami" and "Medium," will be presented in an ad-free environment.
Additionally, subscribers will be given the opportunity to stream CBS Television's most esteemed events, including "The Academy of Country Music Awards," "The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show" and "The Grammy Awards."
Yet another perk CBS All Access has to offer to its subscribers is the chance to stream the next chapter of the celebrated "Star Trek" TV franchise, which will be debuted in January 2017.
Those who wish to avail of the service should need to splurge $5.99 every month. CBS is throwing in a free week-long trial for those who will sign up on the service. Those who have existing CBS All Access accounts, however, should sign in to the service with the use of their existing usernames and passwords.
Subscribers of the CBS All Access can also gain access to this service on iOS, Android and Windows 10 devices, via CBS App. They can also stream over the Internet via CBS.com. The service is also supported by rival set-top boxes, such as Roku TV, Roku players, Android V, Chromecast and Apple TV.
It was early October when the CBS All Access was launched. The announcement came hot on the heels of the news that HBO would offer a stand-alone HBO streaming service without any cable subscription needed.