Windows 8 and 8.1 users have had access to the official CBS app in the Windows Store since 2013. Now the CBS network has added support for its recently launched CBS All Access TV service to that app for Windows 10 users.
CBS All Access allows users to watch full seasons of both current and classic shows either owned or broadcast by the network for $5.99 a month in 95 US TV markets. That includes current hits like the three (yes, three) NCIS series on the network, along with The Big Bang Theory, Elementary, and upcoming shows like Supergirl. Classic shows such as all five Star Trek TV series, I Love Lucy, The Twight Zone and more are also available with that subscription.
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