After months of waiting, the largest blockbuster of the 12 months is finally being made available to stream. Top Gun: Maverick – which is the highest-grossing film of 2022 – has just gone live via the Paramount+ service which implies subscribers can watch this airborne epic with no need to rent or buy it.
Paramount+ normally costs £6.99 monthly but there may be a option to tune and watch Tom Cruise taking to the skies without adding anything extra to the monthly funds.
That is all due to a partnership between Sky and Paramount which is offering Sky Cinema customers full access to Paramount+ without paying a penny extra.
Those already using Sky Cinema simply have to say ‘Get Paramount+’ into their voice distant to start.
Or there’s the choice to sign and in and start watching Top Gun via the Sky Cinema section of the Sky box.
Anyone who hasn’t joined this service yet may add it to their subscription for £12 monthly. That is not low cost however it does include over 100 movies plus, once activated, Paramount+ can be mechanically added.
The service is obtainable on all of the newest Sky devices including Sky Q, Sky Glass and the brand new Sky Stream box which beams content to TVs via a broadband connection.
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In fact, should you do not have Sky there are still loads of other ways to observe this streaming platform with the app also available on devices equivalent to the Fire TV Stick and Apple TV. You can even tune in via the online or in your smartphone. The one thing to pay attention to is that it’s only Sky Cinema users who get it free with everyone else needing to fork out that £6.99 monthly fee to realize access.
If that sounds a bit pricey you possibly can reduce things by paying upfront for a 12 months with this selection costing £69.90 – that works out at just £5.82 monthly. Together with Top Gun, there are plenty more things to observe on Paramount+ including the entire Mission Inconceivable movies, Clifford The Big Red Dog and The Lost City.
You will also find full access to other premium services including ShowTime, MTV and Nickelodeon. In total, Paramount+ features around 30,000 hours of content including lots of of films and exclusive TV shows.
Speaking at its launch Raffaele Annecchino, President and CEO, International Networks, Studios and Streaming, Paramount Global, said: “Paramount is thought for its leading portfolio of premium entertainment brands and a strong content engine that fuels our rapidly expanding streaming service, Paramount+.
“This 12 months can be monumental for our streaming strategy as we speed up our global ambitions, rapidly expanding Paramount+ in Europe starting with the UK, Italy, Germany, France and more by the top of this 12 months and debut in Asia with South Korea in June, followed by India in 2023.”