The US$5.99 per-month offering includes 7,500 on-demand episodes from current and past seasons of CBS shows, and also lets users stream local CBS stations live in more than 150 markets across the states.
“Overall, our subscriber base is spending more than half of their time streaming CBS All Access content on connected devices, and that increases to 75% when watching CBS All Access’s live local TV feeds,” said Rob Gelick, senior vice-president and general manager of digital platforms for CBS Interactive Entertainment.
“Expanding the service to Xbox One gives CBS Television fans even more ways to watch their favorite programming on their device of choice.”
CBS All Access is also available online, as an app for Android and iOS, and through a range of devices including Xbox 360, Chromecast, Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick and Roku players.
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