The Roku Channel will Roll Out an Immersive NYE Experience with Daily Offers and More


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Roku is ready to welcome 2022 in style with a brand new immersive seasonal experience rolling out just before New Year’s Eve. Not only will The Roku Channel have a festive new look, but users will also be able to cash in on prizes and offers all week long.

Starting on December 27, the home screen will transform into a New Year’s destination complete with Roku’s 2022 countdown clock, themes and New Year’s Eve screensaver, daily product giveaways and trivia, 99¢ premium subscription offers on The Roku Channel, easy access to free New Year’s Eve related content on The Roku Channel via the left-hand navigation menu, and more

As part of the New Year’s Eve experience on Roku, “Roku Recommends” will close out 2021 with its first special. Co-hosts Emmy® Award-winner, Maria Menounos, and award-winning, multi-hyphenate, Andrew “Hawk” Hawkins, present the top 10 shows of the year as voted by Roku streamers and offer a sneak peek at 2022 in a special version of the popular weekly entertainment program. “The Year in Streaming” will be available on The Roku Channel and Featured Free starting December 27

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