CBS, which is the most-watched network in the U.S. featuring hits like The Big Bang Theory and NCIS, includes access to the CBS All Access subscription service. It costs $5.99 per month and allows viewing of current primetime shows, leading datytime and late-night CBS programming, and thousands of episodes from the network’s library of classics, as well as the ability to stream their local CBS Television station live in more than 100 markets across the U.S., including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Philadelphia, with more to be added soon.
The arrival of NBC and CBS rounds out the big four broadcast networks on Apple TV, joining established apps from Fox and ABC. The new “Made2Measure” or M2M network is also available on Apple TV, and exclusively on Apple’s set-top box. The digital fashion network is an upstart from WME/IMG.
The fourth-generation Apple TV will go on sale next Monday, Oct. 26, but second- and third-gen owners can access CBS All Access, NBC & M2M right now.
New subscribers can sign up for a CBS All Access subscription and a free week-long trial, while current CBS All Access subscribers can simply log in using their existing username and password. Click Here for more details.