Streaming fans who love watching classics such as Frasier, iCarly and SpongeBob SquarePants will no doubt be interested in checking out the new platform Paramount Plus, especially if they have been signed up to its predecessor CBS All Access.

In the past, there have been technical issues which accompany a new streaming platform launching. Notably, HBO Max and Peacock have led to people wondering how they can stream from their smart TV or Roku device.

This time around, consumers have the same questions when it comes to their Roku devices, but the good news is that people who have CBS All Access installed on their Roku already do not have to make any changes to their accounts.

Instead, the apps are moving over to Paramount+ automatically. That said, those who are not signed up for the service yet – because they did not have a subscription to CBS All Access – can get onto Paramount Plus with similar ease.

All they have to do is load up the Roku Channel Store and search for Paramount+. The app will show up in the search results – if it hasn’t already been promoted by Roku on the homepage.

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