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CBS All AccessQuick Look: CBS All Access subscribers can watch over 10,000 TV episodes on demand on their Roku devices, including current primetime, daytime, and late night shows like Mom, Young Sheldon, The Price is Right, NCIS, Survivor, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. You'll also find plenty of classic shows, including 90210, Cheers, Family Ties, Twin Peaks, and Star Trek Voyager.

In addition to the network broadcast shows, Roku users can watch subscriber-only CBS All Access Originals like Tell Me a Story, Star Trek Discovery and Why Women Kill. In addition to the extensive collection of network shows you will find a small collection of movies with titles that include Pet Sematary, Into the Blue, and Bewitched.

Looking for live TV? Your local live CBS broadcast, including news, sports, special events and all locally-broadcast CBS programming, is available in select locations.

A complete list of available shows can be found on their CBS All Access website, but you can browse the entire library for free on your Roku. Show clips are also free, but if you want full access there is a monthly subscription fee of $5.99 after a free 7-day trial. Ad-free viewing is also available for $9.99 per month.

In addition to Roku, all CBS All Access content is also available on Apple TV, Android and iOS devices, Chromecast, Fire TV, Windows 10, and XBOX. You can use one account to access the service accreoss all supported devices.

-- Information is current as of December 24, 2019

Developer's Channel Description: Stream the shows you love--live and on demand! Subscribe now to watch exclusive original series like The Twilight Zone and The Good Fight, new and returning shows like SEAL Team and Survivor, and live TV, including sporting events like the NFL on CBS. Try it FREE. Questions? Call 1-888-274-5343.

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FEES: Channel is free to add and browse. Clips are free. Full episodes require $5.99/month ($9.99/month ad-free) subscription. Click here for 1-week free trial!

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