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Posted: September 5, 2014

Back to School Recipes on iFood.TVLabor Day is over and the kids are back in school. To help busy parents with the task of fixing school lunches and healthy snacks, iFood.TV has added a Back to School category to their extensive library of cooking videos on their Roku channel. Included are the following videos on creating school-day lunches and snacks:

Posted: September 1, 2014

Gamela Marathon on IronFist TV B-movie fans should set aside a long afternoon or sleepless night for a marathon session of Gamera movies - horror/sci-fi adventures featuring a gigantic flying, fire-breathing turtle that feeds on petroleum-based material. IronFist TV is currently offering the first four films for free on their Roku channel.

Posted: September 1, 2014

Telenovelas on DramaFever A telenovela is a serial drama, similar to a soap opera. But unlike American soap operas with characters and storylines that can continue for decades, a Latin telenovela comes to an end in less than a year. In the U.S. you'll usually find them only on Spanish-language channels, but Roku users can enjoy several telenovela series on the DramaFever channel, where they play with optional English subtitles.

Posted: August 30, 2014

Amazon Pilot Season 2014Amazon has launched their third pilot season five new TV pilots. The three comedies and two dramas are available for free on the Amazon Instant Video channel on Roku. Here are summaries of all five shows:

Posted: August 29, 2014

The Man Show on PopcornflixBefore Jimmy Kimmel became a famous late night television host and Adam Carolla was a podcast mogul and reality TV star, they were hosts of The Man Show. Remember the "Juggies"? Of course you do. How about Fox, the Beer Swilling piano player? Or The Beer Stand Kid? Well now you can relive some of the best moments of The Man Show on Roku's Popcornflix channel.

Posted: August 27, 2014

Speed Kills: Jungle on Smithsonian Channel The world's jungles host some of the fastest animals on the planet. Vipers strike at lightning speed, spiders leap 70 times their body length and chameleons snatch their prey at speeds of 900 MPH. Watch all the action in Speed Kills: Jungle on Roku's Smithsonian Channel.