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Posted: September 13, 2014

Robin Williams Remembered on PBS Roku ChannelRolling Stone's film critic Peter Travers has in-depth talks with movie stars and filmmakers in the series Popcorn with Peter Travers. Nine episodes from Season 1 are currently available on Roku channel The Scene. Episodes feature Melissa McCarthy, Fall Movie Preview 2014, the end of True Blood, and actress Audra McDonald.

Posted: September 12, 2014

Robin Williams Remembered on PBS Roku ChannelRobin Williams Remembered is an hour-long tribute to the recently-deceased actor and comedian Robin Williams. The show features one of his last full-length interviews for the PBS Pioneers of Television series, including never-before-seen comments on his life and comedic and dramatic work, as well as tributes to Williams by those who knew and worked with him, and clips from his career.

Posted: September 11, 2014

Spiritclips is now Feeln The Spiritclips channel on Roku has a new name: Feeln. The channel is still the exclusive home of Hallmark Hall of Fame movies, but offers a wide range of others films and series, including Footloose, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Jerry Maguire, and Babe, along with nearly 100 original Feeln films.

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.

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