It gets pretty complicated when one considers the existing All Access content. As explained in the Deadline Hollywood story that is the basis of that Den of Geek story: Unlike many other SVOD platforms, All Access also will be able to continue delivering live and on-demand news and sports programming via 200 CBS affiliates. Bakish described a “critical mass of live sports,” calling out exclusive streaming rights to the National Women’s Soccer League and UEFA Champions League soccer. CBS telecasts of NFL games, NCAA basketball and golf have long been a hallmark of CBS All Access, which launched in 2015. As I posted a few minutes ago in the Will pandemic impact boost or hurt (new) streaming services thread, the pandemic is clobbering the old TV content service model which are seeing huge subscriber losses in satellite, cable, and online cable substitutes, in part because of the loss of live sports. Adding that Paramount movie content now while creating speculation about how to integrate or offer in the streaming arena content from BET channels, Comedy Central, CMT channels, MTV channels, Logo, Nickelodeon channels, Paramount Network, Pop TV, Smithsonian Channel, TV Land, and VH1, the powers that be at ViacomCBS are waking folks up to what they have to offer in addition to the existing content at both CBS All Access and Showtime.