ViacomCBS is getting ready to relaunch its streaming service as Paramount+ subsequent month, and the corporate simply unveiled a slew of latest initiatives from manufacturers like Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon, MTV, Showtime and CBS News.
From a brand new “Yellowstone” collection from creator Taylor Sheridan to a brand new studio division to supply content material inside the world of “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” right here is every little thing the corporate simply introduced, multi function place:
CBS News can be among the many ViacomCBS manufacturers producing new unique content material for Paramount+, beginning with its flagship newsmagazine collection “60 Minutes.” The super-sized “60 Minutes+” episodes will begin rolling out subsequent week, led by correspondents Enrique Acevedo, Seth Doane, Wesley Lowery and Laurie Segall.
Series variations of Paramount library movies
Paramount+ will mine the studio’s library of traditional movies for brand new streaming collection, with variations of “Love Story,” “The Italian Job,” “Fatal Attraction” and “The Parallax View” all set to affix beforehand introduced collection impressed by “Flashdance,” “Grease” and “The Godfather.”
A consolidated “Star Trek” universe
CBS All Access was lengthy the house for brand new “Star Trek” reveals, with titles like “Discovery” and “Picard” rolling out on the streamer over the previous couple of years. A brand new animated entry, “Star Trek: Prodigy,” was initially set to broaden that universe to Nickelodeon, however ViacomCBS introduced Wednesday that the present will get its first run on Paramount+ as an alternative.
“Yellowstone” spinoffs and new initiatives from Taylor Sheridan
Looking to capitalize on the success of Paramount Network’s “Yellowstone,” Paramount+ has not one, however two spinoffs within the works. Creator Taylor Sheridan, underneath his total take care of ViacomCBS, may also produce quite a lot of different initiatives for the streamer, together with the oil growth drama “Land Man” and the Jeremy Renner-led “Mayor of Kingstown.”
“Criminal Minds” reboot and companion docuseries
Paramount+ is ready to reimagine the “Criminal Minds” model for streaming, with a brand new reboot that may broaden the unique CBS procedural’s episodic premise to season-long arcs. The reboot may also be accompanied by the docuseries “The Real Criminal Minds,” following a real-life former FBI profiler.
“Waco” followers get hyped, as a result of ViacomCBS is trying to follow-up the Paramount Network scripted drama with a brand new anthology collection tackling “complicated moments in true crime.” Potential subject material and the inventive workforce for the undertaking weren’t introduced.
Dr. Frasier Crane is again
No traditional sitcom is protected from a reboot within the streaming period, particularly not one as extensively speculated about as “Frasier.” Kelsey Grammer will reprise his position because the radio therapist for a brand new collection at Paramount+, with Chris Harris and Joe Cristalli set to jot down. No phrase on different forged members probably returning for the revival.
“Halo” collection jumps to streaming
Showtime’s long-awaited “Halo” TV collection can be among the many many reveals making the soar to Paramount+. Unfortunately, followers must hold ready for at the least somewhat bit longer, as a result of the collection, led by “Orange Is the New Black” alum Pablo Schrieber, isn’t set to premiere till 2022.
“Younger” additionally heads to Paramount+
The seventh and remaining season of TV Land’s most profitable scripted unique may also get a first-run on Paramount+. Watch a teaser for the ultimate 12 episodes right here.
Comedy revivals galore
A variety of fan-favorite collection from ViacomCBS’s portfolio of cable networks will get revivals or specials at Paramount+, together with BET’s “The Game” and Comedy Central’s “Inside Amy Schumer,” “Workaholics” and “Reno 911!” Mike Judge will kick off his “Beavis and Butt-Head” revival with a film additionally set to premiere on the streamer.
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