Yesterday Roku added 9 new live channels to its free streaming services called The Roku Channel. These new channels include Tastemade, The Works by MGM, and several FilmRise channels. Now instead of needing to have multiple Roku Channels installed to access this content, you can stream them from one single location inside The Roku Channel on your Roku or other supported devices.
These new channels on The Roku Channel include:
- The Asylum* – Get committed to danger, action & excitement! Get committed to The Asylum Movie Channel! Featuring blockbuster entertainment like San Andreas Quake and 100 Million BC.
- FilmRise Classic TV* – Catch six decades of primetime smash hits like 3rd Rock from the Sun, 21 Jump Street and Batman all day long
- FilmRise Cooking* – Get your fill of cutthroat contests, culinary cookalongs, and delicious drama from shows like Hell’s Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares.
- FilmRise Crime*– The best Crime TV to satisfy the sleuths among us.
- FilmRise Family* – Enjoy a family movie any time with classic comedies like Ernest in the Army or adventure series like Dinotopia.
- FilmRise Free Movies* – Catch film stars like Matthew McConaughey, Charlize Theron, Zac Efron and more in our massive selection of free blockbusters.
- Food52* – Come on by the Food52 test kitchen. Our award-winning editors and kitchen experts—like Genius Recipes‘s Kristen Miglore and Dear Test Kitchen‘s Josh Cohen—are here to help with dinner tonight, weekend meal prep, cookie emergencies, you name it.
- Tastemade – Planning your next adventure abroad or at home? Tastemade shows you how it’s done. Whether expanding your palate or your itinerary, Tastemade presents even more of the things you love. Hundreds of hours of original shows, streaming straight to you.
- The Works by MGM – The Works: free contemporary classic movies. A selection of movies from deep within MGM’s legendary catalogue.
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