Hoping to carve itself a piece of that sweet Netflix and Stan streaming money, CBS-owned Network Ten has today launched a new subscription-based video-on-demand service called '10 All Access', which Australians can sign up to as of today.
Announced earlier this year, 10 All Access is essentially a localised version of its US parent-company's 'CBS All Access' service. After a free introductory month, the new Australian offering will carry a $9.99 per month subscription price, which Ten says can be cancelled at any time.
According to Ten's announcement, subscribers will receive "over 7,000 commercial-free episodes" of US shows like The Good Wife, NCIS, Cheers, Survivor, as well as Aussie programmes including Neighbours, The Bachelor Australia, The Bachelorette Australia, The Living Room and I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!
Of course, 10 All Access will also offer several of its US counterpart's original shows, such as The Good Fight, Tell Me a Story, One Dollar and Strange Angel, although Star Trek: Discovery – arguably the most high-profile CBS All Access original – seems like it will remain a Netflix exclusive in Australia for the time being.
To sign up to 10 All Access, simply head over to the service's website.