The CBS All Access subscription service, which offers access to full seasons of CBS shows on-demand, is now available to Android TV users.

For $5.99/month, subscribers get access to “thousands of episodes from the current season, previous seasons and classic shows on demand,” but also the ability to stream local CBS TV stations, available in more than 85 markets. In addition, the service has mobile apps as well as Chromecast and Roku support.

CBS shared a sampling of the content:

  • Full current seasons of 19 primetime shows with episodes available the day after they air, including NCIS, SCORPION, THE GOOD WIFE, NCIS: NEW ORLEANS and more.

  • The ability to live stream the local CBS station in more than 85 markets across the U.S., with more to be added as affiliates join the CBS All Access service.

  • Full past seasons of 10 major current series including THE GOOD WIFE, NCIS and HAWAII FIVE-0.

  • More than 6,000 episodes of CBS Classics in an advertising-free environment including all episodes of hits like STAR TREK, CHEERS, FRASIER, and CSI: MIAMI.

  • Access to exclusive additional content for CBS Television’s biggest special events like THE GRAMMY® AWARDS, THE ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS and THE VICTORIA’S SECRET FASHION SHOW.

As an evolution of past Google TV products, Google officially unveiled the new Android TV platform earlier this year during its I/O developer conference. It’s since added around 600 new apps for the platform alongside new features.

The CBS All Access app is available through the Google Play store on Android TV now.

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