30 Days Free Trial @ 10 All Access (Channel 10 and CBS New Streaming Service)

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Similar deal to this one. Note - can cancel at any time.

List of shows available.

Madam Secretary
The Mccarthys
Medium
Melrose Place
Melrose Place 2009
Messengers
The Millers
Mission Impossible
NCIS
NCIS Los Angeles
NCIS New Orleans
The Neighborhood
Neighbours
Numb3rs
One Dollar
Perry Mason
Rawhide
Reckless
Ringer
Rules of Engagement
Sabrina the teenage witch
Seal team
Star crossed
Strange angel
Superior donuts
Survivor
Tell me a story
Touched by an angel
The Twilight Zone classic
Valor
Wings
Wisdom of the crowd


Another week, another new streaming service. CBS and Network 10 today launched 10 All Access, a new video-on-demand subscription service encompassing content from Channel 10 and its new US-based corporate master.

10 All Access currently has over 7,000 commercial-free episodes on the platform, compromised of original shows from the US-based CBS All Access, new CBS shows ahead of their local TV airdate, current shows from 10 and CBS, and classic Australian TV.

These include series such as The Good Wife, NCIS, CSI, Cheers, Survivor, Neighbours, The Bachelor Australia, and MacGyver. It is however worth noting that you can watch many of these shows for free through the 10Play catch-up service, you'll just be forced to sit through ad breaks.

10 All Access is billed at $9.99 per month, and customers can watch on up to three devices simultaneously. A 30-day free trial is available for new subscribers. You can watch 10 All Access on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, and in your web browser. Additional platforms will be added at a later date.

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Comments

  • +35 votes

    For them wanting people to pay, there's not really a lot there. Especially old Ten content.

    • +15 votes

      Clearly associated

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        he has never said wow to any bargains before and suddenly this shitty deal gets two wows from him?

        anyone knows who do I contact to sell my account to marketers?

        • -1 vote

          Just so you understand, I Am happy with the 30 days trial, which can be cancelled upon subscribing. I'm also interested to know whether there are streaming interruptions/ issues. I've tried tenplay before, when I caught up on Seal Team (with ads), many issues encountered, takes double the time to watch. I don't understand why you don't down vote this shitty deal ?

  • +18 votes

    10 All Access currently has over 7,000 commercial-free episodes on the platform, compromised of original shows from the US-based CBS All Access, new CBS shows ahead of their local TV airdate, current shows from 10 and CBS, and classic Australian TV.

    "compromised" - Sounds about right.

  • +8 votes

    No 'The Simpsons', no deal

  • +10 votes

    10 All Access currently has over 7,000 commercial-free episodes on the platform

    How many without Neighbours?

    These include series such as The Good Wife, NCIS, CSI, Cheers, Survivor, Neighbours, The Bachelor Australia, and MacGyver.

  • +12 votes

    Given channel 10 went broke due to no one watching their rubbish, why would anyone pay to watch it?

    • +1 vote

      CBS is legit. Why don’t they have all the CBS shows though :(

      • +1 vote

        As silly as it sounds; CBS don't have Australian broadcasting rights to a lot of the shows they actually own.

        Content rights is big business.

  • +7 votes

    i think I'll stick with my 99c/mth Hulu, much better value

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/419632

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    is there any way to see all shows available without signing up ?

  • +5 votes

    Who's going to pay to watch network TV

  • +1 vote

    Free seems about right based on the content.

  • +8 votes

    You'd have to pay me to have it installed.

    Just look at that list of dross….

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    Maybe they should concentrate on getting CBS sports licensing for the stuff in the States to be shown in Australia and whack in on this thing. Then people might pay for it.

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      That won't happen, CBS gets those rights from the leagues for broadcast in the US only. The leagues do separate rights deal for Australia.

  • +3 votes

    Immediately cancel and you will be offered a second month free.

  • +1 vote

    isnt this just the same stuff they offer for the catch up service?

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    Bit unfortunate that other CBS content isn’t on there even though it’s available on 10 Play. Shows like The Late Show/Late Late Show etc. The shows on offer aren’t very compelling…

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      Hard to tell. Maybe these are just launch shows and more content will be added on later.

    • +2 votes

      I imagine that most CBS content is already licensed to other networks/outlets in Australia, and CBS will need to wait until those deals expire to move that content to Ten, or at least move streaming rights to All Access.

      For example, Star Trek: Discovery is one of the big series that is supposed to be driving CBS All Access. But internationally it's licensed to Netflix, so they'll need to wait until that deal expires to put it on Ten All Access.

    • -1 vote

      Lol the us late shows are dead. All one sided politics.

  • +4 votes

    Haha with the quality of their program line up I'm even too lazy to snap up a free pass

  • +1 vote

    While scrolling real quick I thought I read Simpsons for a sec and was ready to join, but then remembered 7 have it now. And I have like 300 odd episodes taped on Foxtel. And I have like 10 seasons on DVD. And I have the lot of them downloaded. And I have all of those converted to 6MB 3GP files and stored on an 8GB Micro SD in my BlackBerry.

    Anyway, bring Simpsons World to Australia and I'll pay up.

  • +4 votes

    Getting to be too many online streaming services… splinters all the content across so many services, that it becomes not a simple $10-12 a month proposition but more like $20-30 to get the selection you used to get with just US Netflix :(

    • +1 vote

      Yep this is the reality of streaming services. A lot of people have been saying this for a longtime and it is finally coming to fruition. Now if you want to watch 3 or 4 specific shows and they are owned by different networks or services, you are likely going to end up paying more than a foxtel subscription and for less.

      Between Netflix, Amazon, Stan, HBO shows being on Foxtel, Disney's new streaming service coming, this service and other ones; you are looking at a fair bit of cash even if its only a few specific shows you want to watch.

      • +5 votes

        Yes its like the companies are say "wow, we can be the new Netflix! And make a truckload of money out of our baxk catalogue" Errr Netflix was only good because it had lots of different content from different sources. You both made money from your old back catalogue. Now you're greedy and strangling that goose. Pirates will be boarding their ships again.

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      Don't worry, it'll all consolidate again soon. Kind of like all the music streaming platforms which have come and gone.

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      With 10 Access, this is actually a good deal, (not the best deal comparitively speaking) as content will grow as the digital rights expire in Australia for existing contracts with local providers and the CBS content becomes available for 10 All Access. In the USA, the CBS All Access service on wghich the 10 All Access is modelled on, the service is very popular and works on a two-tier subscription service with a "Limited Commercials" version @ USD5.99/month and a "Commercial-Free" version @ USD9.99/month. Both are available with a 1 week free trial compared to the 10 All Access which is oferering a 30 day free trial.

      At least 10 have been smart enouigh NOT to offer a cheaper subscription that includes ads. I could only imaging the backlash that may have received.

      On the the plus side, so far the (Android apps, both Android phone & tablet and Android TV versions, work better and are more stable than the 10 Play app. The Android TV version of the app has issues with no audio on some programmes, although the same programmes are not affected when played on the standard Android app. I have used the CBS All Access Android TV version (via VPN) and have had no issues whatsoever.

      As previously mentioned, a cancellation of the trial subscription, you may in return be offered an additional 30 day trial period. I am still offered fee 30-day trial subscriptions to Stan to this day even though I cancelled over 3 years ago.

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        That's what I don't understand, if Netflix had an ad version for $4 less per months I'd go for it if it had say 1 minute of ads every 10 minutes you watch.
        Yet commercials are so bad here these days.
        People often don't do catch up services here as they will wait for Netflix because of the commercials when they barely play any at all.

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        Thanks for the detailed explanation. This is exactly what I was looking for but unfortunately drew a number of negs

  • +6 votes

    Haha. It's like asking us to pay for Crackle.

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    Perry Mason has the best riff and guitar solo…

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    If you have the app iOS version, you can purchase it thru your iTunes account.

  • +1 vote

    It's a no from me

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    Do they actually have every episode of Neighbours?

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    watch this or clean up cat puke - no contest

  • +4 votes

    man! what made them think that someone will pay $10 a month for this

  • +2 votes

    Isn't the list missing the top half (ie. letters A-L) - there's a lot more than what's currently shown, though agree it's pretty lacklustre.

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    $9.99 per month for ad-free repeats. They are having a laugh.

    I should mention there are 4 new "Originals" shows that have not been shown before. Wow!!!

    I am not interested.

  • +1 vote

    None of The Late Shows, sad!

    • +1 vote

      Agreed. It would be tempting for me if these shows were on there just after airing in the US, commercial free. 10 have the rights and they’re on 10 Play. Not sure why they wouldn’t put them on Ten All Access.

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    No late shows and morning news shows ? No deal…

    I'll still grab it for free though LOL

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    It's a no from me

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    Great if you like the 90's.

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    Prime video is $6.99 and includes Amazon prime and more…

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    The lineup looks lile my worst nightmare

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    Was interested until I realised it's actually Young MacGyver and not RDA MacGyver

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      There were both versions of MacGyver when I looked. There are also both original and reboot versions of Hawaii Five-O (5-0) too, not that I would watch either of them.

      Content is King and if you can own original content like CBS/Paramount have done over the years, then the substantial back catalogue library is important for this streaming service to survive. They are the largest creator network TV in the US.

      Australia, like the US, are becoming a nation of "Cord-Cutters', moving away from antennae and satellite delivery towards broadband internet delivery. With still competition like Netflix, Amazon Prime et al, this will become the new paradigm.

      In the US, much of the CBS new content is offered on CBS All Access prior to tradional TV broadcast, so I would imagine over the time the same will happen with 10 All Access.

  • +1 vote

    For $10 a month you’d at least expect ad free 10 play content.

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    Signed up thru iTunes no problems. Quality on some of the old 4:3 format shows isn’t great and there is no option to change the quality like sd>hd.

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