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It Just Got Way Easier to Stream ‘Paw Patrol’ and ‘Dora’

What to know about the new CBS move.

Viacom CBS

The most popular toddler show in the universe is easily Paw Patrol, which is something parents everywhere just have to accept. We don’t have to like it, but we do need to know how to watch it with relative ease. So, where can you stream Paw Patrol if you don’t pay for Nickelodeon or Nick Jr. on cable? Up until very recently, streaming Paw Patrol for cord-cutters has been tricky. The most prominent way has been by buying a Noggin subscription, which also gives you Peppa Pig. But now, if you subscribe to CBS All Access, you suddenly now have Paw Patrol and a bunch of other Nickelodeon shows. Here’s what’s going on.

As of December 9, 2020, a slew of Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. kids’ shows are now available to stream on CBS All Access. This includes:

Don’t have CBS All Access? Well, you probably should. The version with commercials is $5.99 a month, which isn’t bad considering how much you actually get. CBS All Access is the only spot you can watch new original shows including all the new Star Trek series like Picard and Discovery. It’s also the home to the new Twilight Zone and the upcoming new version of Stephen King’s The Stand

There’s also a huge amount of library content, which includes classic episodes of Mission: Impossibleand MacGyver, as well as a ton of Paramount films, with more on the way. Sometime after January 2021, CBS All Access will become Paramount+. And when that happens, there will a lot more movies in the catalog, which will be similar to what is happening with HBO Max. CBS All Access also has a ton of sports, something to look forward to when there are more sports!

But, back to Paw Patrol. To put this into perspective, if you pay for Noggin right now (I do!) that’s $5.99 a month, and it’s only kids’ shows. CBS All Access is basically the same price, but you also now get these kids’ shows and a bunch of cool adult stuff, too. Feels like a better deal?

Here’s where to sign-up for CBS All Access.