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CBS All Access mobile NFL game streaming starts this season

CBS All Access mobile NFL game streaming starts this season

CBS All Access subscribers will be able to stream NFL games on their mobile devices starting this upcoming fall, the company has announced. The new streaming option is made possible via the company's extended agreement with the NFL, which adds mobile streaming rights onto the package. The new streaming pact is good through 2022.

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Star Trek reboot with Patrick Stewart as Picard tipped at CBS

Star Trek reboot with Patrick Stewart as Picard tipped at CBS

Patrick Stewart may return to Star Trek under a new deal that revives his The Next Generation role. Sources talking about the alleged show claim Alex Kurtzman, who has renewed his contract with CBS, is working with Akiva Goldsman on the reboot. Even better, the sources claim that Patrick Stewart may return to the rebooted series in his role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard.

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Streaming Showdown: Who has the best original shows

Streaming Showdown: Who has the best original shows

Streaming seems to be the way to go these days. Analysts expect that the market would soon overtake and devour traditional TV services, becoming the be-all and end-all of video entertainment at home and on the go. These services, some of them smaller than the network giants that run cable and live TV, often compete on more than just the licensed content they can deliver to their subscribers. They compete, sometimes even more viciously, over original shows that none of their competitors will be able to broadcast. We take a look at some of today’s streaming services to check which ones offer the best selection of original content.

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CBS Sports HQ is a 24/7 streaming option for cord-cutters

CBS Sports HQ is a 24/7 streaming option for cord-cutters

CBS just launched a new and totally free streaming option for cord-cutters and sports fans. Called CBS Sports HQ, the new streaming service offers sports and news content 24/7, doing so with "no filler," according to the company. The service is designed for "the modern sports fan" who wants things like game highlights and analysis, as well as sports news.

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CBS has a terrible idea for a TV show called “25”

CBS has a terrible idea for a TV show called “25”

This week the folks at CBS were reportedly working on a TV show with Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg that's been described as "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, but with a guy." The show will likely attempt to collect those people who love the idea of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, but need more of a male perspective. You know, instead of a woman stalking an ex-boyfriend across the country, it's a man, and he's stalking a woman.

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CBS, Viacom merger talks tipped as Netflix and Disney threat grows

CBS, Viacom merger talks tipped as Netflix and Disney threat grows

Viacom and CBS talked about potential plans to merge back in 2016, but those plans were ultimately scrapped. That reportedly changed in recent days when the CEOs from both companies resumed talks on the matter, according to sources. Should the two companies actually proceed with a merger, the combined resulting entity would be worth more than $37 billion.

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CBS All Access: here’s how to get a free month

CBS All Access: here’s how to get a free month

CBS has brought back its one-month free trial, giving potential subscribers a chance to try out the service for a longer period of time before deciding to buy it. CBS All Access is the network's streaming service offering exclusive access to certain CBS content, including the new Star Trek series; the company also plans to make a The Twilight Zone reboot available exclusively on the platform.

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The Twilight Zone reboot gets CBS All Access greenlight

The Twilight Zone reboot gets CBS All Access greenlight

CBS has announced that it will soon be the destination to watch a "The Twilight Zone" reboot with Jordan Peele among the executive producers on the series. CBS announced the news today, saying the reboot will be produced by its CBS Television Studios alongside Jordan Peele's Monkeypaw Productions. Simon Kinberg's Genre Films will also be associated with the production.

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Fire TV gets Alexa control for Hulu, CBS, NBC, Showtime, and PlayStation Vue

Fire TV gets Alexa control for Hulu, CBS, NBC, Showtime, and PlayStation Vue

Alexa just got support for several video apps on Amazon Fire TV, including Sony's PlayStation Vue, Hulu, CBS, NBC, Showtime, and Bravo. With this support, Fire TV owners can ask Alexa to do things on their behalf, no Echo device necessary. If you have a newer Fire TV device that includes the Alexa Voice Remote, you can do all of this just by pressing the microphone button on that remote control.

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Dish Network gets CBS back after brief service blackout

Dish Network gets CBS back after brief service blackout

Dish Network subscribers once again have access to CBS following the brief service blackout resulting from an expired contract between the two. The blackout happened late Monday night, the latest instance of CBS and Dish Network's business relations souring. Now, less than a week later, Dish has announced that it has signed a new multi-year carriage deal with CBS.

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Dish Network loses CBS channels in latest service blackout

Dish Network loses CBS channels in latest service blackout

Dish Network has lost CBS channels due to an ongoing dispute between the two companies. The service blackout spans 18 cities, some of them major ones, and will result in those customers being unable to watch Thanksgiving's NFL game unless something changes in the very near future. This isn't the first time Dish Network has lost access to CBS channels over a carriage contract battle.

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Star Trek: Discovery season 2 confirmed for CBS All Access

Star Trek: Discovery season 2 confirmed for CBS All Access

After half a dozen episodes, CBS has decided to renew Star Trek: Discovery for a second season, but you'll need a CBS All Access subscription to watch it. The show has encountered stumbling blocks during its short life, among them being the decision to cut the first season down to a measly six episodes to start with. The last of those episodes will be arriving next month, but CBS has announced the good news ahead of time -- that it has ordered more episodes to bring the show back for season 2.

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