The Best Free Channels on Roku [October 2020]

The 2010s were the age streaming TV went from a niche project worked on by true techies to a full billion dollar industry, and as we enter a brand-new decade, streaming only seems to be getting more and more popular. Whether you’re trying to stream something from Netflix and Hulu, or you’re taking your chances from new services like Disney+ or Quibi, you’ll need a way to watch your favorite movies and television shows on the big screen.

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By far, the best way to watch media on your television is by using Roku, either as an additional device connected to your television through an HDMI cable, or by using Roku software build into the TV itself. Roku has established itself as the go-to source for entertainment lovers all over the world, becoming one of the most successful media box companies still working today.

Unfortunately, some newer streaming services—most notably HBO Max—have yet to launch on Roku, but that doesn’t mean you’re limited to just Netflix or Hulu for your streaming entertainment. Roku calls its apps channels, calling back to the traditional TV service it’s attempting to take over, and it’s easy to find some fantastic free channels for your device. Let’s take a look at our favorite free Roku channels for October 2020, and make sure to let us know in the comments your favorite Roku channels for streaming all things entertainment.

2 thoughts on “The Best Free Channels on Roku [October 2020]”

Avatar Jerry says:
Twitch is no longer available and Pac-Man Championship Edition is now $4.99. Lynda will not work with some corporate accounts (can still mirror or cast it to TV).
Avatar Bundokgirl says:
Too bad they overlooked or could not get the Decades, American Heroes, and American History channels.

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