The Roku Channel has added five iHeartRadio holiday music channels. The new additions are part of The Roku Channel’s Winter Streamland to bring holiday cheer to viewers to help celebrate the season.
Through the new year, you can go to The Roku Channel to find
these stations playing ad-free.
- iHeart Christmas
- iHeart Christmas Classics
- iHeart Christmas Country
- iHeart Christmas R&B
- iHeart Christmas Rock
“We recognize people are at home, navigating through a very different kind of holiday season and we wanted to make it even easier for users to discover more of the content they want,” said Sweta Patel, Vice President, Engagement Growth Marketing, Roku. “The Roku Channel is home to a wide variety of amazing content. We’re focused on providing our users with programming that meets their entertainment mood. With Winter Streamland, we’re delivering a one-stop destination for users to connect with the entertainment they love through a variety of experiences that are easily accessible from The Roku Channel.”
In addition to the holiday music channels, Winter Streamland is bringing curated collections of shows, movies and live channels to The Roku Channel, along with unlocked premium subscription content.
Right now, you can watch full seasons of these series from premium channels for free with no subscription required.
- The Affair (Showtime)
- The Bureau (Sundance Now)
- City of a Hill (Showtime)
- Inspector George Gently (AcornTV)
- A House Divided (UMC)
- The L Word: Generation Q (Showtime)
- Ray Donovan (Showtime)
- The Restaurant (Sundance Now)
- The Spanish Princess, Part 1 (Starz)
- Work in Progress (Showtime)
Look for even more content from premium channels including Acorn
TV, AMC+, A&E Crime Central, BET+, EPIX, Hallmark Movies Now, KOCOWA,
Lifetime Movie Club, Noggin, Pantaya, Qello Concerts by Stingray, SHOWTIME,
Shudder, STARZ, Stingray Karaoke, Topic, UP Faith and Family, and Urban Movie
Channel (UMC) on The Roku Channel.
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