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Network Ten to rebrand streamer with CBS titles in tow

Network Ten is set to launch its rebranded streamer 10 All Access this December with a string of new CBS titles in tow.

CBS acquired the Australian broadcaster in November 2017 and will now launch titles One Dollar, Strange Angel and Tell Me A Story on Ten’s platform.

Network Ten’s platform will also offer over 7,000 ad-free episodes of shows including The Good Fight, The Good Wife, NCIS, Frasier and Survivor.

The network’s chief content officer Beverley McGarvey said: “How brilliant is it to be launching 10 All Access with three incredible CBS All Access original series in One DollarStrange Angel and Tell Me A Story. They are three exciting series that have recently launched in the US. Outside of the originals, 10 All Access will be the place where people can enjoy the best binge-worthy entertainment from CBS and Ten.”

Armando Nuñez, who recently received an expanded role as president and CEO for the CBS Global Distribution Group, added: “The launch of All Access here is a unique opportunity to expand the 10 brand in the market and create more connections with Australian audiences.”

At launch, 10 All Access will also be giving Australian fans access to new CBS primetime series months before they air on the broadcast network, including new series Happy Together as well as new seasons of current hits like MacGyver.

The full content library, official launch date and pricing of 10 All Access is yet to be revealed.

Tell Me A Story reimagines classic fairytales with a dark twist and stars Kim Cattrall. It hails from Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment.

One Dollar is a mystery thriller based in a small rust-belt town in post-recession America. It is produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Anonymous Content.

Lastly, Strange Angel is a drama series created by Mark Heyman (Black Swan) and based on George Pendle’s book of the same name. It explores the dramatic intersection between genius and madness.