Paramount+ Will Add Over 1,000 New Movies This Week


Alongside some of the biggest streaming apps available now, Paramount+ has entered the highly competitive market and is looking to make its mark. Originally launched as CBS All Access in 2014, the ViacomCBS owned service was rebranded as Paramount+ on March 4, 2021, following the 2019 re-merger of CBS and Viacom. With 36 million subscribers currently, Paramount Plus is looking to expand even more. They will be adding over one thousand new movie titles this week alone.

And the move seems very necessary. HBO Max recently merged with Discovery+. Disney, Netflix, and Prime Video are available globally with millions of subscribers. Paramount+ will start streaming Paramount Pictures’ theatrical releases after a 45-day window in movie theaters. So, you can expect to stream A Quiet Place Part 2 from July. Paramount’s sci-fi thriller Infinite, starring Mark Wahlberg and Chiwetel Ejiofor will be exclusively streaming on the platform from June 10.

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The animated children’s film Paw Patrol: The Movie will be streaming on Paramount Plus starting Aug. 20, the same day it hits theaters. Here’s what Tom Ryan, CEO of the recently formed ViacomCBS Streaming division, had to say.

“The breadth and depth of premium feature films and exclusive series coming to the service further strengthens our position in the market as a premium entertainment destination.”

  • Here are a few notable movies arriving this week:
  • &#160Terminator: Dark Fate
  • &#160Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol
  • &#160Red Dawn
  • &#160Skyfall
  • The Avengers
  • &#160Gemini Man
  • &#160The Rhythm Section
  • &#160Like a Boss
  • &#160The Hustle
  • &#160Valley Girl
  • &#160What Men Want
  • Fighting with My Family
  • &#160The Little Hours
  • &#160The Dictator
  • &#160I Love You, Man
  • &#160Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa
  • &#160Tropic Thunder
  • &#160No Strings Attached
  • &#160Hello, My Name Is Doris
  • &#160The School of Rock
  • &#160Rocketman
  • &#160Judy
  • &#160Florence Foster Jenkins
  • &#160The Wolf of Wall Street
  • &#160Revolutionary Road
  • &#16071
  • &#160The Soloist
  • &#160The Birdcage
  • &#160The Full Monty
  • &#160Little Women
  • Dora and the Lost City of Gold
  • &#160Sonic the Hedgehog
  • &#160The Addams Family
  • &#160Wonder Park
  • &#160The Adventures of Tintin
  • &#160Charlotte’s Web
  • &#160Body Cam
  • &#160Saint Maud
  • &#160Crawl
  • &#160Child’s Play
  • &#160Gretel & Hansel
  • &#160Pet Sematary
  • &#160The Prodigy
  • &#160The Haunting
  • &#160Paranormal Activity 3 & 4
  • &#160Arachnophobia

Starting with the release of iCarly revival on June 17, Paramount+ subscribers can also look forward to the newest seasons of shows like EVIL, RuPaul’s Drag Race, The Good Fight all arriving this summer. Here is the line-up of new and returning series coming to Paramount Plus.

  • &#16060 Minutes+
  • &#160The Challenge: All Stars
  • &#160EVIL(June 20)
  • &#160From Cradle to Stage
  • &#160The Good Fight(June 24)
  • &#160Kamp Koral: SpongeBob’s Under Years
  • &#160Rugrats
  • &#160RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars(June 24)
  • &#160RuPaul’s Drag Race Untucked!(June 24)
  • &#160Why Women Kill
  • &#160Younger
  • &#160Star Trek: Lower Decks (August 12)
  • &#160Behind the Music‘s (July 29)

There is also a change in pricing. After HBO Max, Paramount+ is now launching an ad-supported plan called The Essential Plan starting from $4.99/month. But offline downloading won’t be available to users and nor they will get access to CBS Locals. In addition to the Essential Plan, Paramount Plus Premium Plan will still be priced at $9.99 a month and include commercial-free entertainment options as well as access to CBS Live feeds and sports. Paramount Plus is available online at; on mobile devices via the Paramount Plus app for iOS and Android, and on TV and PlayStation.

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