Are you a cord cutter Roku owner on a super tight budget? Here is a great list of official channels that will give you a ton of 100% free content.
Crackle is an exceptional way to access a substantial amount of 100% free movies, TV shows, and original programming.
You can find Crackle here: https://www.roku.com/channels#!details/2016/crackle
You can find Tubi TV here: https://www.roku.com/channels#!details/41468/tubi-tv
If you love live content, from concerts to news and sports, Livestream is a must have channel for Roku owners! There are many excellent live events aired 100% free on the Livestream channel every day. From great coverage of music festivals, to local news, and even college football games, the Livestream app is a must for everyone.
You can find the Livestream app here: https://www.roku.com/channels#!details/29216/livestream
Comedy Central, History Channel, and Nickelodeon
Want cable channel apps on a 100% free list? YES! Many cable channel apps offer a ton of free shows. While your selection will be limited, they often update the content of their free shows. Regularly checking their site will give you access to a fresh selection of their great TV shows. It takes a bit of work, but these apps can be an abundant resource for cord cutters. *If you have a cable login you will receive a larger catalog of shows.
You can find these channels here:
Comedy Central: https://www.roku.com/channels#!details/63344/comedy-central
History Channel: https://www.roku.com/channels#!details/35059/history
If you love history and science programing the Smithsonian channel is a superb resource for cord cutters. 100% free high quality original content is available on the Smithsonian channel.
You can find the Smithsonian Channel here: https://www.roku.com/channels#!details/19217/smithsonian-channel
PBS is also an exceptional source of free shows, documentaries, and tons of original content. With everything from news to great dramas, PBS is a channel every cord cutter should check out.
You can find the PBS channel here: https://www.roku.com/channels#!details/23353/pbs
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