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Ratings and Reviews
I‘m paying too much in 2018...
... CBS All Access... is not ALL.. eg JAG you only allow access to some 83 of 229 or so Episodes, you didn‘t even manage to include every part of two parters! [eg the season finale of season one goes straight to season 2 without completing the story ... considering Harm has been arrested for multiple murders... lets just say it‘s very sloppy of your sales dept to do this ... I stoped my original subscription because the main reason I‘d signed up, was so I could finally watch the entire series!! I gave all access another chance bc of the new Star Trek Discovery.... I figured by now, several years later, you‘d probably have fixed the problems like missing episodes and seasons. NOPE!! Now I will cancel again until I can watch Season 2 of StarTrek..
I would keep the subscription year-round if you fixed both the issue with your missing content AND fix the Apple TV App that keeps searching for my geographic location several times in a single episode and therefore keeps crashing Apple TV 4... I have to Restart not just CBS but Apple TV itself at least 1-3 times per episode - so with the exception of Star Trek Discovery, your content isn‘t worth the bother... the series are wonderful, many of them, but binge-watching on your AppleTV App is too frustrating!!!
I signed up for the 1-week trial because I've been a Star Trek fan for 17 years and I wanted to watch Discovery in quality and also to support everyone's efforts (after all, they're using Trek as the flagship of this new streaming service and to heavily promote it).
Unfortunately, the service has some serious issues. Even for the $6.99 a month, there are still commercial breaks set up as they would be on TV. That's one thing, and maybe it wouldn't bother everyone -- I understand that. But I have also had a very frustrating time getting Discovery, as well as other shows, to play without issue. Often, an episode won't start (the commercial beforehand plays flawlessly, however...) and instead hangs on a black or green screen. Other times, I get an error message saying CBS servers are unavailable.
I understand this service is relatively new compared to the other streaming options out there, but since its launch, there has been plenty of time to work out the kinks, and it boggles the mind how CBS, considering the size and experience of this company, cannot successfully implement what several other companies have been doing for years. It just goes to show how far behind the times the people in charge are.
The future of TV?
I mainly was curious about Star Trek: Discovery. I don't mind paying for this. I think it's a clever value proposition: properly fund a series with a waning audience by putting it up a la carte with a 3-day trial. If it hooks you in, the fee is worth it for a few months, and if you don't like it, just cancel in iTunes. Certainly better than $80/ month cable or satellite for a bunch of nothing and more convenient than the traditional broadcast TV model. Plus, I'd hate to see Netflix become a total monopoly.
Although I could just stream it to Apple TV through Airplay, I prefer navigating with a remote. (Also saves phone battery.) The CBS app is available on Apple TV but, in linking to the Apple-initiated account I encountered a slight hiccup. I had to reset my password on the CBS website, then check my e-mail, then change the password. For simplicity, I just put the same password right back in. It worked, but I'm a little annoyed that this process required racing back and forth between three different devices. Many people don't have the luxury of being able to check their primary e-mail on their phone.
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