Pluto TV is more and more becoming the go-to place for classic CBS properties. Previously only available via Paramount+, a number of classic shows as well influential shows from the past 20 years are finding their way to the free service.
The new line-up consists of over 15 series that have been instrumental in shaping modern television, in addition to recently launched single-series channels Gunsmoke, The Andy Griffith Show and Matlock, which are currently streaming on the platform. Diagnosis Murder, Touched by an Angel and Medium will be the first to join with others to follow including Charmed, Taxi, The Brady Bunch, The Odd Couple, the original Hawaii Five-O and many more, totaling over 1,200 hours of programming.
Along with the classic fare Pluto TV will Sabrina The Teenage Witch, which was recently reimagined as an edgy Netflix original series. Pluto TV now counts 52 million monthly viewers making it the leading free ad-supported streaming service.
Joining Pluto TV’s platform throughout the fall from CBS’s award-winning library are classic hit series such as:
- The Odd Couple
- Sabrina The Teenage Witch
- Brady Bunch
- The Fugitive
- Hawaii Five-O (1968)
- Touched By An Angel– September 13th on Pluto TV’s Drama Life channel
- Medium– September 13th on Drama Life and Crime Drama channel
- Diagnosis Murder– September 11th on TV Land Drama
- Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman
- Charmed (1998)
- One On One
- Half & Half
- The Parkers
With something for everyone, these new additions live alongside a wide breadth of beloved and heralded CBS properties spanning multiple genres and decades that include Happy Days, Mork & Mindy, Laverne & Shirley, Survivor, America’s Next Top Model, The Love Boat, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Beverly Hills 90210, The Amazing Race and a dedicated CSI channel streaming CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami and CSI: New York.