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Want to watch blockbuster movies, new originals and exclusive series, plus a huge variety of reality, comedy, documentaries and kids’ shows straight to your Virgin TV box? Well, you’re in luck. Welcome to Paramount+ on Virgin TV

By Virgin TV Edit

All Virgin Media customers armed with a Virgin TV 360 box or with Stream from Virgin Media can get Paramount+ direct on your telly once you’ve got a subscription to the service. Simply sign up to Paramount+ via their website, where you can get a 7-day free trial to give you a taste of what’s on offer, then log in on the box. After the free trial, the app will cost £6.99 per month.


Whether you’re into drama, action, comedy, documentaries, reality TV or you’re looking for something for the kids to watch, there’s something for everyone – plus, it’s all ad-free. And because Paramount+ is fully integrated into Virgin TV 360 and Stream, you can search without even going into the app. Just select Search & Discover from the Home menu and type in the name of the show or movie you’re after!


Not only that, but you can also voice search Paramount+ shows with your remote, or say “Paramount+” to get to the app even faster.


Want to know more about some of the highlights you can enjoy on Paramount+ right now? Feast your eyes on these beauties…



Find season 2 on Paramount+ now. Season 1 also available

The hotly anticipated second season of this dark thriller drama series is now streaming on Paramount+. With a stellar cast including Christina Ricci and Juliette Lewis, the first season jumped between decades, following a high school girls’ soccer team that got stranded in the Canadian wilderness after a plane crash in 1996. In 2021, the 40-something former teammates were trying to make sense of their shared past. But by the end of season 1, both timelines had been gripped by the grisliest twists and turns. Season 2 features more shocking revelations and an even deeper dive into female rage.


Rabbit Hole

Find it on Paramount+ now

Exclusive to Paramount+, this brand new thriller series sees Kiefer Sutherland (24) return to the kind of role that he does better than anyone, starring as John Weir, a “private espionage operative” (aka corporate spy). When Weir finds himself framed for murder, he realises that shadowy world-controlling forces are behind the set-up – and ends up on a mission to preserve democracy itself. Rob Yang (Succession), Charles Dance (Game Of Thrones) and Meta Golding (Empire) also co-star.


Grease: Rise Of The Pink Ladies

Find it on Paramount+ now

Available exclusively to Paramount+, this all-singing, all-dancing series serves as a prequel to the iconic movie musical. Set four years before Danny and Sandy rule Rydell High – and before the T-Birds are considered the coolest guys in school – it follows a group of outsiders who decide to create their own girl gang. As the Pink Ladies stake out their territory to the soundtrack of 31 original songs, the amoral panic sweeps the school – and legends are born.



Find seasons 1-5 on Paramount+ now

Offering a modern take on the cowboy genre, this neo-Western drama series stars Kevin Costner as John Dutton III, the patriarch of a family that has owned and run a huge cattle ranch in Montana for six generations. Across five seasons, the show follows Dutton as he attempts to maintain control of the ranch in the face of conflicts along its borders with land developers, Yellowstone National Park and a neighbouring Indian reservation – all while building real political power in Montana.


Top Gun: Maverick

Find it on Paramount+ now

Missed this Oscar-nominated blockbuster when it was in cinemas last year? Now you can watch it on Paramount+. Thirty years after graduating from the US Navy Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor programme (aka TOPGUN), test pilot Maverick (Tom Cruise) is still riling up senior officers with his cocky attitude and habit of not following orders. As a semi-punishment, he’s tasked with training an elite group of new TOPGUN graduates, including Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw (Miles Teller) – the son of Maverick's late best friend Goose. It’s epic, emotional and seriously entertaining.


Your Honor

Find seasons 1+2 on Paramount+ now

Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston stars in this crime drama series, the second season of which is now available on Paramount+. Rather than a down-on-his-luck Albuquerque chemistry teacher, he’s now playing a respected New Orleans judge – but trouble follows Michael Desiato just as it did Walter White. When Desiato’s teenage son accidentally kills the son of a local mob boss, he does everything he can to protect his child, setting off a chain of events that turns his life upside down. 



Find it on Paramount+ now

Based on the celebrated video game franchise, this exclusive science fiction series follows a 26th-century war between the United Nations Space Command and the Covenant – a theocratic-military alliance of advanced alien races on a mission to eradicate humans. Pablo Schreiber (Orange Is The New Black) stars as supersoldier Master Chief Petty Officer John-117, while Jen Taylor reprises her role as artificially intelligent guide Cortana from the original video game.


Tulsa King

Find it on Paramount+ now

Sylvester Stallone makes his first outing in a scripted TV series in this crime drama, playing a New York Mafia capo who’s sent to Oklahoma’s second most populous city after being released from prison. There, he’s tasked with setting up a new criminal organisation – despite not knowing anyone in Tulsa. Enthusiastic (and often violent) networking ensues.


South Park

Find season 26 on Paramount+ now

If you’re a fan of the legendary crude cartoon, you’re in luck, because Paramount+ is its home in the UK. Now in its 26th season (a pretty astonishing achievement), South Park is still following Stan, Kyle, Eric and Kenny as they get up to no good in their small Colorado town. And of course, the show is still satirising current affairs and famous figures (including a certain British duke and duchess) with its famous acerbic wit along the way.

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