Sky and Now TV are supposed to get Paramount + in June. How will NOW customers access it and is there a cost? I understand Sky customers are getting it free as part of the Sky Cinema package.
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Definitely looking forward to final seeing the Ray Donovan film 😎
Still looks like they will have to untangle all the contracts for CBS shows like SEAL Team, plus the NCIS and FBI franchises.
No doubt Blue Bloods will be available at launch as I started that on the US Paramount+ which I ended cancelling in February. So will be good to continue that from season 2.
Not even ‘Clifford the big red dog’? 😛
That's because Paramount and Disney are pulling the content they own onto their own services.
Even when HBO Max launches all the WarnerMedia and HBO content will leave.
Technically speaking Sky content will be originals and NBC/Universal.
It does say on the actual sky site that Now cinema subscribers will also get the paramount movies however I’ve yet to see it added to now. If anyone can shed some light on this that would be great. The article was posted on Wednesday 22 June 2022
“This app will not be available on NOW, but as part of Sky Cinema’s continued relationship with Paramount, NOW Cinema members will be able to stream brand new Paramount blockbusters through Sky Cinema and enjoy a library of Paramount’s films on demand at no additional cost”
Though Top Gun and other films will be going by to be on paramount plus soon as agreements end beyond any doubt. Will be very similar to Disney/Fox and Sky will get a small handful of paramount movies to keep on there service.
If you have Sky Cinema via Now I really do struggle to see the value at all anymore.
I would like clarification too, as everyone on here seems to be saying the opposite of that official Sky article.
It is now the early hours of the 24th June and no sign of Paramount content in the various NowTv apps I use.
I only kept my half price Cinema deal going because I read this a few weeks ago, but I’ve not received an email from NowTv about it, so I’m starting to suspect that article, despite being from Sky, must be incorrect!