The new streaming service Paramount Plus is already full of must-see TV series. Gathering together content from popular networks like CBS, BET, MTV, and Nickelodeon all into one service has quickly created a force to be reckoned with — especially at the low cost of $5.99 per month. Luckily, for anyone who doesn't want to pay for another new service they've never tried before, Amazon is giving Prime members the chance to sign up for Paramount+ completely free for a limited time.
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Paramount Plus: Free 30-day trial
Subscribe to Paramount+ through Prime Video Channels at Amazon and you'll score your first month for free! Paramount+ lets you stream thousands of episodes and TV series from networks like MTV, BET, CBS, Nickelodeon, and more.
Limited Time Only
Prime members can get one month of Paramount+ for free when you become a member via Prime Video Channels at Amazon. This lets you have Paramount+ connected to your Amazon account and watch Paramount+ content on the Prime Video app. It also allows you to have Paramount+ billed through Amazon once your trial ends. Then again, you can always end your subscription at any time before the free trial ends to avoid being charged.
Another Prime Video Channels deal scores you six months of Starz for only $18. If you're not a Prime member, you can start a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime to gain access to the Prime Video streaming service, as well as today's deal for Prime members and any other exclusive members-only deals you might notice at Amazon.
Select Amazon Prime members may not be eligible for today's offer. However, you can sign up at Paramount+ for a free 30-day trial instead for a limited time.
Paramount+ is preparing to release a wide variety of exclusive shows and films beginning this year, starting with last week's launch of series like Kamp Koral: Spongebob's Under Years and The Real World: Homecoming. Along with series from networks like CBS, BET, MTV, and Nickelodeon, Paramount Plus also features content from Comedy Central, VH1, and The Smithsonian Channel.
New films are coming to the service too, beginning with The Spongebob Squarepants Movie: Sponge on the Run that's streaming now. Our Paramount+ guide can provide even more answers to your questions like the differences between its two plans or which devices support Paramount+.
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