Network 10 unveils new streaming service: 10 All Access

Here's everything you need to know...

By Tina Burke
Network 10's highly anticipated streaming service, 10 All Access, has landed!
The on-demand subscription service offers more than 7000 commercial-free episodes, exclusive original series and the ability to watch hit CBS series before they air.
Viewers can sign up for a free trial month, before paying $9.99 per month for access.
Similar to other streaming services, 10 All Access will be available on iOS and Android mobile and tablet devices, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast and online via 10allaccess.com.au
Subscribers will be able to watch on three screens simultaneously, which means no fighting between your roomates/family/ex-boyfriends who still have the password over who gets to use the login!
10 All Access as it will look on an iPad.
Shows on 10 All Access will include CBS All Access original series Tell Me A Story, One Dollar and Strange Angel, with more to be announced. Plus, the first two seasons of The Good Fight.
New series including Happy Together, The Code, Fan, The Neighbourhood and In The Dark, which will air same day as the US.
Plus, full past seasons of shows from Network 10 and CBS including Neighbours, The Bachelor Australia, The Bachelorette Australia, The Living Room, NCIS, Survivor, Blue Bloods, Hawaii Five-0, Madam Secretary, Instinct and more.
The Good Fight is one of many CBS shows available on the new streaming service.
Over 50 CBS classic shows also appear on 10 All Access, including Melrose Place, The Good Wife, Frasier, Cheers, Family Ties, the original Charmed, the original Sabrina the Teenage Witch and many more.
For the full list of titles available to stream on 10 All Access, visit the site here.
Network 10's chief content officer Beverley McGarvey says the new service is 'bursting' with quality shows.
"10 All Access is bursting with brilliant shows – my biggest dilemma will be which series to watch first!" she says. "With 10 All Access, you can spend your summer binge-watching classics like Melrose Place and Cheers, or discovering exciting new series like Tell Me a Story and One Dollar. And if you were late to The Bachelor Australia or The Bachelorette Australia party, you can also stream the last three seasons of each series to catch-up!"

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