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These Are All the Original Series Coming to Paramount Plus

Jeff Kotuby

During their unveiling event today, Paramount+ revealed an expansive amount of new, original content debuting on the platform as it rebrands from the existing CBS All Access.

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Here’s a full list of original content that Paramount+ has to offer:

Scripted Dramas

  • Criminal Minds: reboot of the wildly popular franchise that brings the team back together to investigate a single case over 10 episodes.
  • Flashdance: a series set in the 1983 film's universe. The show is written and produced by award-winning writer Tracy McMillan, and True Blood’s Angela Robinson will direct and executive produce the series with Lynda Obst.
  • Halo: a series based on the iconic Xbox franchise that was originally meant for Showtime.
  • Land Man: a “modern-day tale of fortune seeking in the world of oil rigs.” The series is one of many series headed by acclaimed director Taylor Sheridan
  • Love Story: a series based on the award-winning perennial film, Love Story, brought to Paramount+ by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, the executive producers of Gossip Girl.
  • Mayor of Kingstown: another Taylor Sheridan production that follows the McLusky family, power brokers in Kingstown, Michigan.
  • Star Trek: Strange New Worlds: the next installment of the popular Star Trek franchise follows Captain Chris Pike, Science Officer Spock and Number One in the decade before Captain Kirk boarded the U.S.S. Enterprise.
  • The Italian Job: A series based on the popular film that tells the story of the grandchildren of the legendary Charlie Croker. The series, from Paramount Television Studios, is executive produced and written by Matt Wheeler (Hawaii Five-0), and produced by Donald De Line.
  • The Man Who Fell To Earth: starring Oscar-nominee and BAFTA-winner Chiwetel Ejiofor, is
    based on the Walter Tevis novel of the same name and the iconic film starring David Bowie.
    The series will follow a new alien character who arrives on Earth at a turning point in human
    evolution, and must confront his own past to determine our future.
  • The Offer: a 10-episode “scripted limited event series” from Paramount Television Studios, based on
    Oscar-winning producer Al Ruddy’s extraordinary, never-revealed experiences of making
    The Godfather. The series is written and executive produced by Michael Tolkin.
  • The Parallax View: a scripted series from Paramount Television Studios, based on the 1974
    The series will be executive produced by Paula Wagner.
  • Y:1883: A Yellowstone spin-off that follows the Dutton family as they embark on a journey west through the Great Plains toward the last bastion of untamed America.
  • 6666 (Working Title): Another Yellowstone spinoff that tells the story of the 6666 ranch.

Kid's Shows

  • Avatar: Nickelodeon’s new animation studio division dedicated entirely to creating content based on the wildly popular world of Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra. Led by the series’ original creators Mike DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, in partnership with the Nickelodeon Animation Studio, Avatar Studios will produce for Paramount+ a wide-range of Avatar-inspired content, ranging from spinoffs and theatricals to short form.
  • Dora the Explorer: a new live-action series based on the iconic character, designed for an older audience of kids 6-11 and their families.
  • iCarly: a new chapter for the most successful kids’ sitcom of all time, where original cast members Miranda Cosgrove, Nathan Kress and Jerry Trainor join new friends for a look at these characters’ present-day lives, adventures and comedic mishaps.
  • Kamp Koral: SpongeBob’s Under Years: the first-ever spinoff of SpongeBob SquarePants, Kamp Koral is a CG animated original series that takes viewers back to when the iconic characters of Bikini Bottom met for the very first time, in a summer camp like no other.
  • Rugrats: an all-new series featuring Nick’s iconic babies, back together with the original voice cast in new CG animation.
  • Star Trek: Prodigy: the first-ever Star Trek for the kids and family audience, combining the Nickelodeon sensibility with the action and adventure hallmarks of the Star Trek franchise.
  • The Fairly OddParents: a live-action take on one of Nick’s longest running and most successful animated hits.


  • Big Brother Live Feeds: an in-depth, exclusive pass to the show where fans have the opportunity to watch all the action inside the Big Brother house.
  • Dating Naked: a reboot of the former VH1 dating show.
  • Ink Masters: a tattoo competition reality series where some of the nation’s top tattoo artists battle for the title of Ink Master.
  • Love Island on Paramount+: an extension of the popular CBS reality series that takes
    subscribers beyond the boundaries of what’s shown in the broadcast with exclusive content
    and live visits to the Villa.
  • Queen of the Universe: a drag queen singing competition from Emmy award-winning production company, World of Wonder.
  • Road Rules: a reboot of the classic MTV game show that restricted competitors to life in an RV, traveling from location to location. They will be guided by a set of clues, odd jobs and missions for money. The sole survivor walks away with a life-changing prize.
  • RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars: the best of the best from the RuPaul’s Drag Race return to compete for $100,000 and a coveted spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame.
  • The Challenge: All Stars: 22 of the most iconic, boldest, and fiercest Challenge All-Stars return for a second chance at the ultimate competition. With $500,0000 and their legacies on the line, which of these All Stars will prove they are
    still the best of the best?
  • The Real World: Homecoming: New York: almost 30 years later, the original “seven strangers” are reunited in a brand new multi-episode docuseries to find out, once again, what happens when they stop being polite… and start getting real. Available on March 4.


  • Frasier: a reboot of the iconic 90s comedy. Kelsey Grammer reprises his role as the Dr. Frasier Crane.
  • Grease: The Rise of the Pink Ladies: A prequel to the legendary film, Grease, Rise of the Pink Ladies tells the story of how Frenchy’s older sister, Jane, founded the Pink Ladies.
  • Guilty Party: a dark comedy starring Kate Beckinsale as a discredited journalist who finds
    herself in over her head when she latches onto the story of a young mother sentenced to life
    in jail for murdering her husband**: a crime she claims she didn’t commit.
  • Inside Amy Schumer: a reboot of the 2013 show of the same name.
  • Reno 911! The Hunt For QAnon: a “special event” based off the long-running Comedy Central series.
  • The Game: a reboot of the popular BET sitcom returning with a mix of original cast and new players.
  • The Harper House: an animated family comedy that follows an overconfident female head of a household as she struggles to regain a higher status for herself and for her family after losing her job and moving from the rich side to the poor side of a small town in Arkansas.
  • The Weekly Show with Trevor Noah (Working Title): Trevor Noah will star in and produce an initial six episode series looking at stories across the societal landscape and talk with the people behind the headlines.
  • Younger: the seventh and final season of Darren Star’s critically acclaimed smash-hit, Younger will appear exclusively on Paramount+.
  • An Untitled Beavis & Butt-head Movie: an as-of-yet untitled film starring MTV icons Beavis and Butthead.
  • Workaholics Movie: a made-for-streaming movie based off the popular long-running Comedy Central series.


  • Behind the Music: The groundbreaking and prolific music documentary series returns with several new episodes and the best of the vault remastered and updated for today’s audiences.
  • From Cradle to Stage: a six-part, unscripted television series from Director Dave Grohl was inspired by his mother, Virginia Hanlon Grohl, and based on her critically-acclaimed book, From Cradle to Stage: Stories from the Mothers Who Rocked and Raised Rock Stars. The series is a dynamic personal exploration of the special relationship between successful musicians and their moms.
  • Unplugged: MTV’s most iconic musical performance franchise will come to Paramount+ several times a year as special intimate MTV Unplugged events featuring some of the world’s biggest artists.
  • Yo! MTV Raps: The return of Yo! MTV Raps will include hosted segments, live performances, cyphers and lifestyle content, and will serve as a comprehensive deep dive into the current state of hip-hop.


  • 76 Days: a look at life in the earliest days of the COVID-19 crisis in Wuhan, China.
  • Black Gold: a true-life conspiracy thriller about a decades-long campaign to trade our planet for profit.
  • For Heaven’s Sake: blends comedy and crime documentary formats for a unique take on the search for Harold Heaven, who mysteriously disappeared from his remote cabin in Ontario, Canada, in the winter of 1934.
  • The Real Criminal Minds: a true crime docu-series, featuring a former real FBI profiler. The series will examine real cases, and real criminal behavior, illustrated by clips fans will remember from the fictional series.
  • Watergate: a series that draws parallels between the Watergate scandal and so much of what’s happening now.
  • Sir Alex Ferguson: Never Give In: tells the story of the legendary manager of Manchester United, and one of the most memorable figures in European football.
  • Stories from the Beautiful Game: an multi-part original soccer documentary series produced by Pete Radovich, the award-winning coordinating producer of CBS Sports’ UEFA coverage.

CBS All Access Originals to Continue as Paramount+ Originals

  • No Activity: a half-hour police comedy, starring Patrick Brammall and Tim Meadows,
    which was previously a live-action series, will be completely animated for season four.
  • Star Trek: Discovery: the series, starring Sonequa Martin-Green, follows the voyages
    of Starfleet on their missions to discover new worlds and new life forms.
  • Star Trek: Lower Decks: a half-hour animated comedy series, focuses on the support crew
    on one of Starfleet’s least important ships, the U.S.S. Cerritos, in 2380.
  • Star Trek: Picard: features Patrick Stewart reprising his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard and follows his iconic character into the next chapter of his life.
  • Stephen Colbert Presents Tooning Out the News: a daily news satire series featuring a cast of animated characters, led by anchor James Smartwood, lampooning real-world news stories and interviewing live-action guests.
  • The Good Fight: the critically acclaimed drama starring Christine Baranski as Diane Lockhart follows her next chapter at one of Chicago’s preeminent African-American law firms.
  • Why Women Kill: a dark comedy anthology series created by Marc Cherry.


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