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How to Chromecast Paramount Plus

Paramount+ is a streaming service owned by ViacomCBS Streaming. It was first launched as CBS All Access. When CBS merged with Viacom in 2019, it was rebranded to Paramount+. By subscribing to Paramount Plus, you will get access to all the exclusive movies and TV shows. It consists of popular TV shows like The Stand, Star Trek: Discovery, The Twilight Zone, Mayor of Kingstown, iCarly, and movies like Quiet Place, The God Father, Mission Impossible, and more. You can also stream live TV channels on Paramount Plus. It is a cast-supported app. So, you can easily cast the Paramount Plus app to Chromecast-connected TV or Chromecast built-in TV. Use the Chromecast device and watch your favorite Paramount+ shows on the big screen.

Paramount Plus Subscription Plans

The subscription cost of Paramount+ is low compared to other streaming services. It offers two types of subscription plans. You can also cancel the Paramount Plus subscription anytime.

1. Essential Plan (Limited Ads):

  • 1 Month – $4.99/month
  • 1 Year – $49.99/year. 
  • + Showtime – $11.99 per month or $119.99 per year.

2. Premium Plan (Ad-free):

  • 1 Month – $9.99/month.
  • 1 Year – $99.99/year.
  • + Showtime – $14.99 per month or $149.99 per year.

How to Chromecast Paramount Plus to TV

There are two ways that you can use to cast Paramount Plus.

  • Using Smartphone
  • Using Windows/Mac

How to Cast Paramount+ to Smart TV using Android & iPhone

1. Connect your Android/iPhone/iPad and Chromecast to the same Wi-Fi network.

2. Install the Paramount Plus application on your device from the Play Store or App Store.

3. Log in to your account or Sign up for a new account.

4. Play any video on the Paramount Plus app.

5. Click on the Cast button located in the upper right corner.

Click on the cast button to Chromecast Paramount Plus

6. Choose your Chromecast device, and the video will appear on the Chromecast-connected TV screen.

paramount-plus Chromecast

How to Cast Paramount+ to Chromecast TV using Windows/Mac

Before following the steps below, connect the PC and Chromecast to the same Wi-Fi. Then, install or update the Chrome browser on your PC.

1. Go to paramountplus.com from a Chrome browser on your Windows PC or Mac.

2. Sign in to your Paramount Plus account.

3. Select a movie or TV show and play it.

4. Click on the three verticle dot menu in the upper right corner.

Click on the Three Vertical Dot option.

5. Choose the Cast option from that menu.

Select the Cast option

6. Select your Chromecast device from the list of available devices. The devices must be connected to the same network to detect each other.

7. Then, select the option Cast tab from the Sources drop-down.

Tap Cast tab to Chromecast Paramount+

8. Upon successful connection, Paramount Plus content will be cast on your TV.

9. Play any video on the Paramount Plus website and stream it on your Chromecast-connected TV.

Other Supported Devices

Apart from Chromecast, Paramount Plus is also supported on other streaming devices like

FAQs

1. How to fix Paramount Plus not working issues on Chromecast?

If Paramount Plus freezes, check for the internet connection and update the latest version of the app. If you have issues with your Chromecast, restart your Chromecast device.

2. Can I stream Paramount+ for free?

You can stream Paramount Plus for free by using the 30-day free trial.

3. What to do if the Paramount Plus cast button is missing?

Update the latest version of Paramount Plus from the App Store or Google Play Store.

4. How do you get Paramount Plus on your TV?

Check the respective TV store for the Paramount Plus app and install it. If it is not available, you can use Chromecast to cast Paramount Plus on your TV.

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