Have you heard good things about Paramount+, the streaming service from networks like Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, BET, MTV, and CBS? Are you trying to figure out if there’s a Paramount Plus free trial so you can kick the tires on the service and try it out?
We have some good news: Paramount Plus does have a free trial. The normal offer for new subscribers is for 7 days.
But… Here’s a little tip: For a limited time, Paramount Plus is doing a free 30-day trial if you sign-up with the code GLORY.
Does Paramount Plus have a free trial?
Yes! Right now, Paramount Plus is offering a free month for new subscribers in support of women’s soccer.
The offer runs from 6/27 through 7/18. All you have to do is sign-up for free month of Paramount Plus and use the code GLORY.
Earlier this year, Paramount+ offered a 30-day trial as a summer promotion, but that deal has now expired. So don’t forget the code!
This current Paramount Plus free trial is a pretty sweet deal – you get to try the service out for a month and see if it’s for you.
How to sign up for the Paramount Plus free trial
It’s pretty simple: All you have to do is head over to Paramount+ and sign-up.
The platform will ask for your payment information at sign-up – though you’re free to cancel the trial, no strings attached, during the next 30 days.
Remember: The free trial period is only one week if you do it without the code! If you use the code GLORY, you can score Paramount Plus for a month on the house.
After 7 days, you’ll be charged $9.99 a month to watch Paramount+ without ads. There are Paramont+ options with ads that start at $4.99 a month.
What can I watch with the Paramount Plus free trial?
Now for the good stuff! What’s actually on Paramont+? And is it worth checking out for the free trial?
If you’re a movie buff or culture vulture, the line-up on Paramount+ is stacked. The platform boasts a hearty combination of new original programming and beloved entertainment franchises, like Star Trek and jackass. In fact, the archive is massive.
Some of the streaming service’s original offerings include the following:
- Halo – A series about the popular sci-fi video game
- The Offer – A show about the making of The Godfather movie and Paramount studios, starring Miles Teller
- 1883 – A western starring Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, and Sam Elliott that follows the story of how to the Duttons came to own the ranch in the show Yellowstone
- Seal Team – A scripted military drama about Navy SEALs
- Star Trek: Strange New Worlds – Captain Pike, Science Officer Spock and Number One explore the galaxy via the U.S.S. Enterprise.
- Star Trek: Discovery – A Star Trek series that starts a decade before Captain Kirk’s five-year mission
- The Stand – A dramatic futuristic thriller about society after a devastating pandemic
- Evil – A thriller about an investigator hired by the Catholic Church to determine if a serial killer is possessed by a demon.
- RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars – A contest where eight legendary RuPaul’s Drag Race winners have returned to battle for the title of “Queen of All Queens.”
There are also entire archives of CBS shows, like NCIS, Survivor, Criminal Minds, Hawaii Five-O, Blue Bloods, and Frasier. Personally, I’m a big fan of the quirky CBS comedy Ghosts, which is streaming on the platform.
Also featured: Paramount Network favorites like Bar Rescue with Jon Taffer (…a favorite of ours here at BroBible). Along with MTV classics like Ridiculousness, Real World, and Road Rules.
What movies are on Paramount Plus?
Movies? What don’t they have?
First of all, I have to mention the new Paramont+ original movie featuring Annette Bening, and Rainn Wilson – Jerry & Marge Go Large.
It’s a must-see, receiving rave reviews. It’s about a retired couple that makes everyone in a midwestern town rich after they win the lotto.
A handful of favorites currently available: Top Gun, jackass forever, Sonic: The Hedgehog 1 & 2, South Park: The Streaming Wars, Guy Ritchie’s Wrath Of Man featuring Jason Statham, The Godfather, Scream, Cocktail featuring Tom Cruise, and the Indiana Jones movies.
There’s so much to watch.
Finally, don’t forget the kids’ programming: Paramount+ is the exclusive streaming home to Nick Jr.’s Paw Patrol, Spongebob Squarepants, Rugrats, Peppa Pig, iCarly, Blues Clues, and so many more Nickeloean classics.
Is anyone else up for an Are You Afraid Of The Dark or Hey Arnold binge? They have all those classic Nickelodeon shows, in case you want to revisit them in adulthood.