Paramount+ enters the streaming arena, launches on March 4
A new streaming service is entering the fighting ring very soon: Paramount+ is set to launch on March 4 in the Unites States. Like other streaming services, it will have different price ranges; in the case of Paramount+, there be two options.
The first tier will cost $4.99 a month with ads; there will also be a $9.99 version with no ads. When the streaming service launches, there won't be that much new content, but in the future the company plans to release a lot more.
According to Polygon, over 30,000 episodes of shows from channels such as BET, Nickelodeon, MTV, and Comedy Central will be available on the streaming service. This year, the CGI reboot of the 90s "Rugrats" show will be available to stream on the platform.
You can watch the first look of the "Rugrats" reboot here:
Theatrical releases will also come to the streaming service. For example "A Quite Place Part II" will be released on September 17 and will be on the streaming service 45 days after its release. One new movie that you can immediately start watching after the platform release is the new SpongeBob animated movie "Sponge of the Run."
For fans of the popular "Avatar: The Last Airbender" and "The Legend of Korra" franchise, Nickelodeon is launching a new studio called "Avatar Studio" for which the company plans to create original content, from animated to theatrical films in the same world. This will all be available on Paramount+.
The streaming service is also working on a reboot of the popular Nickelodeon original "iCarly," which will follow the gang in their 20s. A live action of "Dora the Explorer" and "Fairy OddParents" are also in the works.
With so many other streaming platforms, will Paramount+ be able to make it one of the tops?