Here's another win for all the cord cutters in the audience. Maybe you really do enjoy network television and this is something that has been holding you back. Or maybe you still want to maintain your cable subscription, but you also want access to older seasons too. You're in luck, because CBS All Access has just been rolled out to Canadian customers via the Roku platform.

Whether you're rocking Roku Express, enjoying a Roku Streaming Stick, or you're looking forward to one of those new Sanyo Roku TVs, you'll be able to add the CBS All Access "channel" to your Roku device.

As its name implies, CBS All Access gives you full access to a huge library of CBS programming, all commercial free. This includes full seasons of current primetime programs, as well as leading daytime shows, late night shows, and "thousands of episodes from CBS' Library of Classics."

This is good news for Canadians, because when CBS All Access launched here last month, it was the first time they extended the service into an international market. All said, you can stream more than 7,500 full episodes of your favorite shows, as well as live streaming from CBSN, their 24/7 news service. Notable highlights include The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, NCIS, MacGuyver, Survivor, Elementary, The Good Fight, Rachael Ray, Charmed, The Good Wife, Hawaii Five-O and more.


You can sign up for the service at CBSAllAccess.ca. A monthly subscription costs $5.99.

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