Roku Private Channels

Roku, Inc. removed all private channels, also known as non-certified channels, in February 2022. These channels were automatically removed from all Roku devices and will not be returning. More information can be found in this article.

Although the following private/non-certified channels are no longer available, we are keeping this list online for the time being for those who wish to research the lost channels and look for replacements.

Skip or mute things you don't want to see or hear in movies and TV shows, including your Netflix and Amazon Prime Video accounts ($)
Arrange your Roku channels into custom groups
Local radar and satellite loops, plus tropical cyclone and disturbance maps
Live broadcast from a central Minnesota TV station with classic TV shows, vintage movies, local news and weather, and local programming
Fan channel for WGN shows Creature Features, Family Classics, and Bozo's Circus
Conspiracy-related talks shows, movies, video series, and live streams
Podcasts and webshows from a variety of sources including CNET, NASA, TWiT, and TED
Live TV streams from France, Netherlands, Cyprus, Haiti, Lëtzebuerg, and Berlin
Global TV shows, movies, entertainment news and more, translated into more than 160 languages by a community of avid fans
A different classic, cult, or independent film every week, with a new title each Wednesday
An underground channel featuring the heavy metal rock band Gwar
Hours of on-demand classic hip hop music videos
Pop radio station streaming from New York City
Redbox On Demand beta
150+ Spanish channels from Latin America ($)
Gameplay videos for several games in the Metroid series
Video game playthroughs
Hit songs from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s
A Chrome extension that will allow you to cast HTML5 content from your browser to a Roku device on the same home network with no companion Roku channel required
An Internet radio station that brings to you the amazing Word of God