CBS Just Launched Its Own Streaming Site

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Everyone's getting in on the streaming game: A day after HBO announced plans for a stand-alone HBO Go in 2015, CBS launched its own subscription service, CBS All Access, right this very second. For $6 a month, CBS All Access will offer full seasons of current and former CBS shows, as well as the ability to live-stream local CBS stations in various cities around the country. There are some pretty big caveats, though: You won't be able to watch past seasons of every CBS show (for shows like The Big Bang Theory, which is produced by Fox, you'll only be able to watch episodes from the current season), and you can't use the local-affiliates thing to watch football. There is some good news: This won't impact the CBS shows that are on other streaming services, so your plans for a Twin Peaks Netflix binge can continue uninterrupted.