Paramount Mountain is an upcoming over-the-top subscription video-on-demand service. Owned and operated by Paramount Pictures, a Viacom company, it is set to launch on October 4th, 2019.

The service will feature content from Paramount Pictures, MTV, VH1, The Bloo, Nickelodeon, Paramount Network, Comedy Central, BET and Logo, alongside original films and television series. In the United Kingdom, it will also feature content from Channel 5 as well as content from Telefe in Argentina.


Following Disney's announcement of its own streaming service in 2018, Paramount's CEO announced the company's interest in making a streaming service that could compete with the upcoming service and the already existing services Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and Sony Crackle as a way to develop new content for internet and promote their own content.

Device support

Paramount Mountain is available for PCs through its website, alongside cell phones, tablet computers, digital media players (including Roku and Apple TV), smart TVs and video game consoles (including PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch).

Paramount Mountain is also available through subscription television services, including DirecTV, U-verse, Comcast, Dish, Altice USA, Charter Communications, Cox Communications, CenturyLink and Verizon FiOS.

Most of its catalogue is available in high-definition, with select programming being available in 4K and HDR as well.



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