CBS All Access is a great way to watch your favorite CBS shows without cable or an antenna and watch exclusive content like Star Trek: Discovery or Jordan Peele’s new Twilight Zone remake. Wondering if there’s a CBS All Access DVR? Get all the details in this quick guide now.
Does CBS All Access Come With a DVR?
No. There is no way to record shows with CBS All Access. You can watch CBS programming live, but there is no way to save a particular show for later. If you want to save CBS shows and live sports, you’d be better off getting an OTA antenna and DVR.
However, CBS All Access does have an enormous library of on-demand programming, which helps make up for its lack of a DVR.
CBS All Access On-Demand Programming
CBS All Access provides you with the latest episodes of CBS shows the day after they air, and also has an enormous library of on-demand programming, with more than 10,000 episodes of top shows.
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It sucks, I get home at 8:20 pm and Survivor starts at 8pm so I either have to stay up till midnight to watch it or wait till the next day when I can watch it for free at my friends. I’ll be dropping after this season of Survivor, not worth the 10 bucks a month for one show.
If it’s only for one show, why are you paying the commercial free rate? And why can’t you watch it the next day at home? Where is your “friend” getting it from? If from next day on demand on All Access, why can’t you watch it at home? IF your moaning about having to stay up until midnight is true, you could watch the next day after work at home or maybe get up a little earlier and watch before going to work. Nothing of what you said makes sense.
How come there isn’t a tab for favorites on all access? I shouldn’t have to keep searching for what I like to watch
EXACTLY!! been trying to figure out how to add shows etc so I don’t have to search for everything. Only time they gave that option was when you first set up the account, and ask you to “add at least xx shows..”