CBS is releasing an updated remake of Stephen King’s The Stand. While it’s reasonable to assume this nine-episode TV adaptation of Stephen King’s apocalyptic novel about life in America after a devastating global pandemic seems to come at an opportune time, production finished just before the COVID-19 pandemic.
This miniseries was in production for 2 years and is rumored to be massive in scale. The Stand stars Alexander Skarsgård, Whoopi Goldberg, James Marsden, Amber Heard, Heather Graham, Greg Kinnear, Odessa Young, and Nat Wolff. It is going to be some blockbuster television you won’t want to miss.
How To Watch The Stand
The Stand will exclusively air on Paramount+. The first episodes premiere Thursday, December 17th, and will be available to stream at 12 am pacific time, or 3 am eastern. A new episode will follow every Thursday for 9 episodes.
Paramount+ offers a seven-day free trial and then plans start at $5.99 per month with limited commercial viewing. You can watch without ads if you subscribe to the commercial-free plan for $11.99 per month. If you cancel within your free trial, you won’t be charged. Both plans can also be purchased at a discount for an annual commitment. A subscription to Paramount+ provides the following:
- exclusive Paramount+ Shows like The Stand, Star Trek Discovery, and more
- a live stream of your local CBS station
- on-demand content from CBS, BET, MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, and more
- watch on 3 devices at the same time
You can watch The Stand on Paramount+ on any of the following supported devices:
- Apple TV
- iPhone and iPad
- Android TV
- Android phone and tablet
- Fire TV
- Portal TV
- PlayStation 4
- Samsung TV
- Vizio TV
- LG TV
- Xfinity Flex
Check out our review of Paramount+ for more details.
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