Paramount + is coming in hot.
The soon-to-be-launched network made a bang-up announcement of upcoming programming in the near future, including hot-anticipated films such as “Mission: Impossible 7” and a sequel to “Younger” and “TV Shows”. Frasier. “
The projects were named during ViacomCBS’s three-hour investor presentation on Wednesday following the launch of its Paramount + streaming service on March 4.
Some films will start streaming within a month after the big screen, including “A Quiet Place Part 2”, which will premiere on Cinema 17 September and Paramount + on 1 November. “Mission: Impossible 7,” set in theaters on November 19, but on streaming January 3, 2022; And “Top Gun: Maverick”, which will be released in theaters on July 2. Other films like “Pav Petrol: The Movie” will follow suit.
New installments of “Paranormal Activity” and “Pet Seminary” will feature in the streaming platform as well as the Ari Pousin-directed film “The Inn Beach” starring Joey King and Kyle Allen.
In addition, MGM films, including the James Bond film “No Time to Die”, will hit Paramount + when they hit streaming.
Particularly for TV, Kelsey Grammer has been in for a “Frazier” reboot teased in recent months by Dr. Frazier will return as Crane.
The 65-year-old Grammer said in a statement, “After spending 20 years of my creative life on the Paramount lot, both are producing and performing the show. I want to congratulate Paramount + for entering the streaming world.” “I look forward to sharing the next chapter in Dr. Fresier Crane’s continuing journey.”
From iconic films like “Love Story,” “Fatal Attraction,” “Flashdance,” “Italian Job” and “The Parallax View,” there are also several TV series, all in development. Previously announced shows include “Grizz: Rise of the Pink Ladies” and “The Offer”.
Nostalgia is actually classic MTV and other reboots of VH1 with “Road Rules,” “Behind the Music”, “Yo! MTV Raps” and “Unplugged.”
Other MTV shows “Inside Amy Schumer” Special, “The Weekly Show with Trevor Noah”, “Workaholics,” “Reno: 911!” And “Beavis and Butt-Head” will also join the streaming platform.
Beavis and Butt-Head will not be the only cartoon characters. Much more child-friendly projects like “Avatar: The Last Airbender” and “The Legend of Korra” will also be available.
“Halo” is moving from Showtime to Paramount +, Stated the time limit, But will still be produced by Showtime. “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” will also go from VH1 to Paramount + and the drag legend will also compete in an international drag competition, “Queen of the Universe”.
In other other cases, the latest “Star Trek” series – the animated “Star Trek: Prodigy” – will find a home on Paramount + this year. And on the more down-to-earth side, “60 Minutes +” will premiere in the segment starting on March 4.
The seventh and final season of Darren Starr’s “Younger” – starring Hilary Duff and Sutton Foster – will include 12 episodes on the streaming platform.
In addition to the new programming, a library of over 2,000 films and shows from networks such as CBS, BET, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, MTV and The Smithsonian Channel will be available after launch.
All of these big releases are part of ViacomCBS’s plan to join a crowded streaming market that many have relied on during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“This is not your father’s Viacom and it is not even my father’s,” ViacomCBS President Sherry Redstone said in a statement. “This is a Viacombs redesigned for a new type of market and a new type of consumer.”