CBS' streaming service, CBS All Access, will arrive on Apple TV Channels in late July, granting cord cutters using Apple devices the ability subscribe and enjoy content from the popular broadcaster's library.
The upcoming availability was quietly announced in a post to the streaming service's official Twitter account on Thursday.
"Hi! Thank you again for your interest! We wanted to update you and let you know that the CBS All Access Channel will launch on Apple TV Channels on 7/29! Happy streaming!" according to the tweet.
The tweet was first spotted by 9to5Mac.
Apple mentioned CBS All Access by name when it unveiled Apple TV Channels at a special event in March, saying customers would be able to access the service as an Ã¡ la carte subscription option. When the feature launched with iOS 12, however, CBS All Access and a number of other promised content providers were not immediately integrated.
Apple ultimately launched Apple TV Channels alongside iOS 12.3 and tvOS 12.3 with support for Cinemax, EPIX, HBO, MTV Hits, Showtime, Smithsonian, Starz and Tastemade.
Apple TV Channels debuted as part of a reworking of the Apple TV app. With Channels, users are able to subscribe to and watch over-the-stop streaming services directly in the Apple TV app. The streamlined system replaces one that required customers to manage subscriptions through third-party apps run by content providers.