From ‘Happy Days’ to ‘The Hills,’ Pluto TV Opens the Vault of CBS Library Programming

From ‘Happy Days’ to ‘The Hills,’ Pluto TV Opens the Vault of CBS Library Programming
Pluto TV is the network for those who aren’t sure what they want to watch. On a given day you can watch a David Cronenberg movie, the entirety of MTV’s “The Hills,” or go back in time and watch the original run of “Unsolved Mysteries.” Since going live in 2013, Pluto TV has been the little engine that could. It contains the network model of scheduled programming and commercials, but couches it within the streaming world of uncensored offerings, channels dedicated to specific content, and on-demand titles. The best thing? It’s all free. Or, actually, that’s now the second-best element of Pluto TV.

The network contains channels aimed at all manner of television fan, but what is now in the spotlight in the wake of the CBS and Viacom merger is how Pluto TV caters to classic television fans. Last year it unveiled an “One Day At a Time” channel,
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