The CBS streaming service, CBS All Access, will join the Apple TV Channels lineup on July 29. The announcement came as a post on Twitter on Thursday.
Hi! Thank you again for your interest! We wanted to update you and let you know that the CBS All Access Channel will launch on Apple TV Channels on 7/29! Happy streaming! 😊
— CBS All Access Help (@cbsaahelp) July 25, 2019
Apple debuted its redesigned TV app for iOS and tvOS back in March. The revamped app allows users to sign up for third-party subscription streaming services and pay for only those they wish to watch on their devices.
Apple has announced during the March event that users would be able to sign up for CBS All Access in the new TV app, but the service wasn’t part of the lineup when it debuted.
CBS All Access joins a large number of other subscription streaming services available through Apple TV Channels, including HBO, Cinemax, EPIX, Showtime, Starz, Smithsonian Channel, and many more. Nickelodeon, Mubi, The History Channel Vault, Comedy Central Now, and others will soon join the Apple TV Channels lineup.
Users can subscribe to the available channels on an à la carte basis inside the TV app and then view the channels there without having to jump between individual apps, separately sign into a new account by entering a separate password.