CBS All Access, the ViacomCBS streaming app that debuted in 2014, will soon be no longer - it will be getting a major rebrand early next year.
ViacomCBS announced this week that it will rebrand the app to "Paramount+" early next year. Variety reports that the new name will "coincide with another expansion of its original programming efforts and its archive of programming drawn from the newly combined Viacom and CBS archives."
New shows include another reboot of "The Game", plus a new drama, "Lioness", from the creators of Paramount Network's hit series "Yellowstone."
Variety reports that the rebrand, there will be more library shows from BET, CBS, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, and more content from the Paramount Pictures vault. They will offer up "about 30,000 episodes and films."