CBS - Full Episodes & Live TV

CBS - Full Episodes & Live TV for Pc

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Download and install CBS - Full Episodes & Live TV on your Laptop or Desktop computer

If you want to install and use the CBS - Full Episodes & Live TV app on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use this app for your computer in 4 simple steps below:



Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here


Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.


Step 3: for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type CBS - Full Episodes & Live TV in the search bar and press Search. Click on CBS - Full Episodes & Live TVapplication icon. A window of CBS - Full Episodes & Live TV on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the icon. Click on it and start using the application.


Step 4: for Mac OS

Hi. Mac user!
The steps to use CBS - Full Episodes & Live TV for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. The links are provided in step one


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CBS - Full Episodes & Live TV Software Features and Description

Stream full episodes of your favorite shows the day after they air for FREE! Plus, when you subscribe to CBS All Access, you’ll unlock more than 10,000 episodes, exclusive original series and live TV, including sporting events like the World Series of Poker and BIG3 basketball! Free CBS app users can: Catch up on the latest primetime, daytime and late-night episodes in HD. CBS All Access subscribers can: Watch all episodes of groundbreaking original series like The Twilight Zone, Star Trek: Discovery and The Good Fight, with more exciting originals like season 2 of Strange Angel (premieres 6/13) and Why Women Kill on the way! Stream LIVE sporting events, like the World Series of Poker (5/30 - 7/16) and BIG3 basketball (6/22 - 9/1), all season long across devices. Watch new hit series like God Friended Me and FBI live and on demand! And don’t miss favorites like Big Brother (premieres 6/25), Young Sheldon, Survivor, SEAL Team and more. Be in-the-know on-the-go with access to 4 channels of LIVE TV: your local CBS station, 24/7 news coverage on CBSN, live scores + highlights on CBS Sports HQ and 24/7 entertainment news on ET Live. Binge classics like the original Twilight Zone, Star Trek, I Love Lucy, CSI: Miami and more! Commercial-Free subscribers can download and stream select episodes offline with Download & Play. Try CBS All Access FREE now! After your trial, you’ll pay only $5.99/month for the Limited Commercials plan or $9.99/month for the Commercial Free plan. (Live TV includes commercials and select shows have promotional interruptions. Downloaded content is accessible for earlier of 30 days from date of download or 48 hours from start of playback. Downloaded content is not playable outside the U.S.) Download the app now to get started! Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at $5.99 per month for the Limited Commercials plan and $9.99 for the Commercial Free plan. You can manage your subscription and auto-renewal by going to your device Account Settings after purchase. If subscription is canceled, cancellation will be effective at end of then-current subscription period. No refunds. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to CBS All Access Commercial Free. Show and episode availability subject to change. Please note use of the CBS app is limited to United States. Video is accessible via 3G, 4G, LTE, and WiFi networks. Data charges may apply. Live TV subject to availability. NFL on CBS programming can be viewed on our service across other platforms, but is not available on mobile phones. Other restrictions apply. Please note: This app features Nielsen’s proprietary measurement software which will allow you to contribute to market research, like Nielsen’s TV Ratings. Please visit http://www.nielsen.com/digitalprivacy for more information. For additional information about this app’s video services, including your choices, please visit http://legalterms.cbsinteractive.com/video-services. Mobile Service Agreement: http://legalterms.cbsinteractive.com/eula Terms of Use: http://legalterms.cbsinteractive.com/terms-of-use Privacy Policy: http://legalterms.cbsinteractive.com/privacy



Top Reviews

  • Frustrating

    by Transplant37
    This is ridiculous. When the app works it works fine. But it freezes a lot. Then the app needs to be closed to restart. The download should be a true download. Some episodes simply stop and there is not resetting that position. The only thing to do is remove the download and the re-download. Now if I had consistent WiFi, then why would I need to download? It is like the developers have never traveled nor used the other online apps like Prime or Netflix or ITunes. I paid for it. I should be able to download the episode, with error correction, see the episode and then delete it. Simple. But not on this app. When I am on a plane or train and wi-if is spotty, that should not even matter because the episodes are downloaded! And I am traveling overseas now and can’t watch because I am out of the country???? Ridiculous. I downloaded the episodes in the USA, I should be able to watch them overseas. Same as the other apps. CBS, if you want me to pay full price then make Season 2 of Star Trek Discovery on iTunes and I will pay it. But if you want me to use the CBS app and pay you directly at least give me an app that works and works for travel. Not every user is a 20 year old sitting on their mom’s couch. Some of us have jobs, money, choices and are aware of other apps and how this CBS app should function.
  • Horrible!

    by Serenity1208
    I’m beyond frustrated and angry! For several yrs., I’ve been paying to watch CBS shows and all I get is constantly frozen episodes! It takes 2 hrs SERIOUSLY to watch an hour long show. Every minute, the app freezes and I have to close it and start over. If I try to resume, I have to watch all the commercials and then it freezes again. I’ve been through the whole customer service thing and they just want to blame it on Verizon. I’ve had Verizon to my home. They’ve checked everything and are sure it’s on YOUR end! Why can’t you fix this problem that apparently a ton of other customers are having? You’re the only major network that charges to watch their shows and I can’t even watch them This is disgusting!!! **UPDATE EVEN MORE DISGUSTED I posted my review a week ago and you replied saying the app had been updated and as far as you were concerned, all problems fixed. You asked that I post a new review after I used the new updated app. Well here I am and more annoyed than the first time! You app freezes constantly! I have to close the app, reopen it and start my show over FROM THE BEGINNING including the million commercial! What am I paying for?????? ABC, NBC and FOX don’t charge and their apps work perfect! Please fix this app or I’m done paying. It looks like I’m not alone either so keep your eyes open for a ton of cancellations!!!
  • Great App

    by TV and Movie Enthusiast
    I am enjoying this app immensely. My one-week trial is now over and subscribing to CBS All Access has been a great investment for enjoying the content offered. I am internet-only through my cable company—no TV (and loving it). You get many TV shows with this app—current, new, and old—special presentations, news, and the livestream of CBS broadcasts; including affiliate news casts for your local area. If you cannot catch regularly scheduled CBS shows on the livestream, you can alway watch CBS shows on YOUR time. Very convenient. Picture quality is good to excellent on the TV shows I’ve seen. Audio quality is also good to excellent. I have no buffering issues on my end or their end—I have 100 Mbps internet. The variety of content is excellent. Only a few movies are available for streaming; this is mainly an app for TV shows, news, and CBS special presentations more so than for movies. Anyway, I am very satisfied. The subscription price is reasonable and the content is highly enjoyable! I use this app on my 12.9” iPad Pro, iPhone, and AppleTV-4!
  • The author should be ashamed

    by LBreunig-2011
    This app is pretty sad and CBS should be embarrassed. I can understand why they want to charge for vintage CBS programming but why should you have to pay to watch free programming from last month. Apparently the advertisers feel the same way as you can see they are few and far between. Every 10 minutes you get to see the same ads over again, some shows have only three different commercials which they show 2 and 3 times during one break. It’s no wonder they want to charge you to watch free tv, the advertising isn’t covering the cost. But besides that the app is flawed. It doesn’t keep track of the shows you watch, maybe you have to pay for that too. And it doesn’t have the ability to rewind 10 seconds back or forward during a show. Other video apps have this ability so the technology clearly exists. You can use the slider to move fore and aft, but that is not the least bit precise. Often it will bring you to a commercial break which you have to sit thru again. Which is hardly necessary as I’m sure you have the commercial memorized buy this time. So needless to say I rarely use this app and perhaps if others follow suit then maybe they will make an effort to improve the situation.
  • Ill Conceived

    by Kboyd001
    I signed up for the 1-week trial because I've been a Star Trek fan for 17 years and I wanted to watch Discovery in quality and also to support everyone's efforts (after all, they're using Trek as the flagship of this new streaming service and to heavily promote it). Unfortunately, the service has some serious issues. Even for the $6.99 a month, there are still commercial breaks set up as they would be on TV. That's one thing, and maybe it wouldn't bother everyone -- I understand that. But I have also had a very frustrating time getting Discovery, as well as other shows, to play without issue. Often, an episode won't start (the commercial beforehand plays flawlessly, however...) and instead hangs on a black or green screen. Other times, I get an error message saying CBS servers are unavailable. I understand this service is relatively new compared to the other streaming options out there, but since its launch, there has been plenty of time to work out the kinks, and it boggles the mind how CBS, considering the size and experience of this company, cannot successfully implement what several other companies have been doing for years. It just goes to show how far behind the times the people in charge are.
  • The future of TV?

    by J from Baltimore
    I mainly was curious about Star Trek: Discovery. I don't mind paying for this. I think it's a clever value proposition: properly fund a series with a waning audience by putting it up a la carte with a 3-day trial. If it hooks you in, the fee is worth it for a few months, and if you don't like it, just cancel in iTunes. Certainly better than $80/ month cable or satellite for a bunch of nothing and more convenient than the traditional broadcast TV model. Plus, I'd hate to see Netflix become a total monopoly. Although I could just stream it to Apple TV through Airplay, I prefer navigating with a remote. (Also saves phone battery.) The CBS app is available on Apple TV but, in linking to the Apple-initiated account I encountered a slight hiccup. I had to reset my password on the CBS website, then check my e-mail, then change the password. For simplicity, I just put the same password right back in. It worked, but I'm a little annoyed that this process required racing back and forth between three different devices. Many people don't have the luxury of being able to check their primary e-mail on their phone.
  • Great

    by Dustin White
    What’s not to like? I get 120+ television shows I can watch across multiple devices; access to all Star Trek series, including the Animated series; soon to be All Trek All the Time(woohoo); Picard is back; New Twilight Zone coming; smooth streaming on my pad or Mac; the list goes on. The only issues I’ve seen, so far, is with cursors remaining after advertisements while watching on iMac and sometimes the “Done” top left stays after while watching on iPad. If you’re still unsure about Star Trek: Discovery, then take the time to look up House Kor. Notice this isn’t the first time an albino Klingon has been in Star Trek. Find the link between the two and you’ve discovered what makes the Klingon story in this show almost poetic. Discovery is canon Star Trek. It surrounds the Federation and adheres to those same values, just not right away. You have to watch to the end. It’s a great story, and one of the only ones in a long time to make me think *wow, I can’t believe that just happened*. Plenty of those moments; give it a try.
  • Not worth the money-Pray you never need customer service

    by Nanaia
    After an update when set to auto play this app started playing random series and skipping all over instead of staying in the same series and just playing one episode after another. After struggling with customer service for two weeks I turned off auto renew. All customer service does is copy and paste form typed responses asking the same questions over and over again and never deals with the issue. They don’t include the email thread in their responses and don’t appear to share any information with each other when they escalate the issue. Nothing gets resolved during first contact and every time you correspond you have to re-explain every single detail. It’s not worth the money! ADDENDUM: received a copy & paste response by the app developer asking me to call them again. If I’m not happy with the first nine times why would I want to ruin my day by dealing with them again? My last three correspondences were them prattling on about how they can’t find my subscription and never dealing with the issue I contacted them about. Duh?! When I saw how crappy their app and customer service was I canceled the subscription. I’m not about to pay for crap service. That’s foolish.
  • Wish other networks would follow suit

    by curryclanmomma
    I gave up cable/ satellite 2 years ago. At first it was frustrating to see how little I could find for network tv to not see the growth in streaming content ... and then came CBS All Access. I LOVE it! Yes, there has been times where glitches and bugs were an issue, but they have always been handled... unlike NBC (ugh let’s not get me started down that path). I love the live feature and have yet to find a major network offer live feed that actually works and doesn’t crash. Star Trek is a bonus but other great shows keep us coming back for more. If I had one complaint.... it would be that certain shows full seasons aren’t available. But I can look past that considering the consistency of CBS verses others.
  • It’s ... something

    by Porphy
    The service gives you access to some things the question is... do you want it? In my case I want to watch Star Trek: Discovery and the app says they are available on Thursday... which they are but you’ll be waiting until prime time (for some unknown reason) in order to watch it. Why? Either let the episode fly first thing Thursday or tell us it becomes available Friday. Other successful streaming services figured this out years ago. Also, access to Big Brother cameras? How about those feeds NOT be the first thing I see when I go to watch an episode? I’d rather you not spoil my experience because I’m watching the show after a few episodes have aired. I have to cover my eyes as I try to navigate to the episodes. I don’t want to see who is still in the house on week 4 while watching episode 1. Other than these gripes, I’d say 90% of what is offered with this app I don’t use. Daytime T.V.? That’s a thing of the past, we’ve unplugged. Use that money to make shows that aren’t geared to get bored people to the next commercial break. Make shows that get people to want to pay for your service.


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