CBS All Access is now available on Amazon’s a la carte TV subscription service, all thanks to the content deal between Amazon and CBS. This seems to be a wise step from both the parties as every day the number of cord cutters is only increasing who are preferring to watch their own lineup bundle featuring their favorite channels.
Lately, Amazon has found its way tough in competing with Sling TV, Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV and other streaming services that offer “skinny bundles” of channels which are purchased together.
The current subscription includes the network’s back catalog as well as current broadcast programming and, in some markets, live TV streams too.
Now the U.S. lineup, available only to Prime subscribers and Prime Video members, includes more than 140 channels such as HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, Starz, PBS Kids, Sundance Now etc.