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CBS All Access Is Lengthening Its Free Trial Period

If you're looking for something to do at home, CBS All Access is upping its free trial to 30 days for the next month.

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If you're looking to catch up on Star Trek: Picard's first season, Sir Patrick Stewart announced that CBS All Access has a new 30-day free trial with promo code GIFT. CBS All Access normally has a seven-day free trial period, so this is a nice bump to help you pass the time while at home. The promo code is good until April 23 and even lets you enjoy the commercial free plan (regularly $10 per month).

Naturally, the free month comes at a great time, especially for those itching to watch Picard, the CBS All Access-exclusive show that debuted earlier this year. With the 10-episode Season 1 arc coming to a close a couple of weeks ago, you'll have plenty of time to binge every episode. CBS All Access is also home to two seasons of Star Trek: Discovery, a series that takes place about a decade before the original series, and the reboot of The Twilight Zone narrated and hosted by Jordan Peele.

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In addition to original programming, CBS All Access boasts a significant collection of ongoing and past CBS shows. If you've cut the cord and rely on streaming services now, this is definitely a good opportunity to catch up on some network TV you've missed out on.

CBS All Access isn't the only streaming service offering an extended trial period right now. Horror platform Shudder is handing out 30-day free trials with promo code SHUTIN. Also, make sure to check out our running list of current free games (there are a lot).

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