Paramount+ Announces Release Date and The Projects In Development

In a world of countless streaming platforms and the plethora of content they all offer comes the another streaming platform which could give a fair fight to other streaming goliaths like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Disney+







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In a world of countless streaming platforms and the plethora of content they all offer comes to another streaming platform that could give a fair fight to other streaming goliaths like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Disney+

The CSB All Access that has been in the business for quite a while now is now rebranding itself as Paramount+. The newly formed media distributor is scheduled to transform into a streaming conglomerate on March 4, 2021.

 

With the rebranding and release date is officially announced by Paramount executives comes the other blast in the form of fresh new content being greenlit by the streamer. Apart from the fresh programming the streamer also announced that it would also be releasing the latest films in theatres and on the streaming platform as well but with 45 days apart from each other.

Some of the potential films that could inaugurate this motive could be Mission Impossible 7 and A Quiet Place Part 2. Apart from this let us have a look at what the newly announced shows are.

Halo: Based on the popular game franchise, the show would be set in the 26th century where augmented human beings are in a war with an alien invasion.

The Italian Job: The classic 60s film remade two decades ago starring Mark Wahlberg and Michael Caine in the original is all set to get a reboot tv series on Paramount+.

Apart from these two core projects, there are many other reboots and remakes in development such as Pet Sematary, Fatal Attraction, Love Story, Flash Dance, and The Parallax View.

With streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, Hulu, HBO Max, Apple Tv+, Peacock, Quibi, Shudder, and CW Seed. The streaming business has another player in it which could become a potential rival for the big and established streaming platforms.

The CBS All Access is all set to become Paramount+ on March 4, 2021. With all of the paramount’s film library moving shortly after.







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