ViacomCBS’s ad-supported streaming service Pluto TV has launched in France, with shows including Star Trek and iCarly available.
The expansion, announced in January, gives viewers in the country access to 40 original channels which are populated with content from ViacomCBS brands and licensed third-party shows.
Alongside US imports from ViacomCBS, French series such as Les Cordier Juge et Flic will also be available on channels including Pluto TV Ciné, Pluto TV Crime and Pluto TV Drama.
The streamer is available on “all major streaming devices” via web browser, Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and on mobile.
The launch comes hours after CBS broadcast the 2020 NFL Super Bowl in the US, with the company utilising the airtime to heavily promote upcoming SVOD service Paramount+.
Branding it as a “mountain of entertainment”, the rebooted version of CBS All Access will rollout in the US and Latin America on March 4, before being rolled out into the Nordics on 25 March and Australia in the middle of the year, where it will replace ViacomCBS’s existing streamer 10 All Access.