Today, Roku announced that they are updating their home screen with two new destinations to make finding content even easier. Roku’s goal with this new area is to make watching some of the post popular content on TV easier to find.
These new content includes All Things Food, which will help you find programming about food, including content like The Great American Baking Show. You will also now find All Things Home full of the best programming from places like HGTV.
“The foodies in my life devour the whole genre—one night, it’s Roku’s ‘Great American Baking Show,’ the next, all things Gordon Ramsay, ‘Chopped,’ and so much more. Similarly, the home and garden lovers never stop at one source for tips and inspiration,” said Charlie Collier, President, Roku Media. “Now all passionate food and home lovers can get everything they need with All Things Food and All Things Home, all in one place: Roku. We reach nearly half of the broadband households in the U.S., with hundreds of options across every popular TV brand, in the genres viewers love. So pull up your favorite designer’s chair, grab your favorite bite, and let Roku be your host to All Things you love.”
These new areas will be at the very top of your Roku home screen allowing your to easily jump right to the kind of content you are looking for.
Here is how Roku describes these new areas:
All Things Food is a collection of the best culinary content on Roku, in a single, easily discoverable, and craveable destination. Users can browse and engage with a menu of shows in new featured rows including “DIY Meals,” “Healthy Habits,” and more. All Things Home is a one-stop shop for all home and garden content on Roku. Within this experience, users can explore everything from home décor to two-by-fours in curated rows, featuring recommended content such as “Home & Garden Hits,” “Home Improvement,” “Call in the Home Experts,” and so much more.
All Things Food and All Things Home make it easier than ever for viewers to access their favorite entertainment. The destinations will roll out to users in the U.S. in the coming weeks.