If you’ve been thinking about checking out Paramount+, but were understandably unenthusiastic about adding another subscription bill to your life, check out this Black Friday deal. For three months, new subscribers can get the ad-supported Essential Plan for $2 per month instead of $6, saving you $12 over the course of the promotion. The ad-free tier, Paramount+ with Showtime, is also on sale, down to $4 monthly instead of $12.
Both tiers let you watch Paramount’s library of content, which includes kids stuff like the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, Nickelodeon shows like Paw Patrol and SpongeBob Squarepants. You also get shows from MTV and Comedy Central, along with movies both classic and new like Beverly Hills Cop, Anchorman and the new Scream installment.
But what likely draws a good number of our staffers and readers to pony up for the service is Paramount’s ownership of all the Star Trek properties. You can watch Strange New Worlds and Picard and Lower Decks. Or go way back with the Original Star Trek or a little less way back with The Next Generation or Voyager. Wherever you point your remote, you won’t run out of Trekkie fare anytime soon. The promotion ends December 3.
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