CBS All Access has been around a few years, but people are just waking up to it with the addition of original programs, including Star Trek: Picard, The Good Fight, and The Twilight Zone.

As more and more people rely on streaming services for entertainment while they’re quarantined indoors — and in conjunction with the airing of the 10th and final episode of Star Trek: Picard‘s first season — CBS All Access has expanded its free trial from 7 days to 30 days.

CBS All Access has a library of thousands of television episodes. Viewers can watch previously aired episodes of shows like Big Brother, Survivor, NCIS, Young Sheldon and many more on-demand, as well as a library of original shows exclusive to the platform.

Here’s how you get the free month of CBS All Access:

  1. Visit CBS All Access, click “try it free”
  2. Choose the commercial-free option
  3. Enter your contact info and credit card number
  4. Enter the promo code ALL at checkout for the 30-day trial
  5. Cancel before the end of the trial — you can cancel early and still get the full 30 days

Should you want to keep CBS All Access, the subscription costs $5.99/month for a standard plan or $9.99/month for commercial-free.


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