Top 5 New Roku Channels for January 2020 That All Cord Cutters Should Try

roku ultraToday we take a look at 5 brand new Roku Channels for January 2020. These are new or very updated Roku channels available on Roku TVs & Roku Players. Have one you want to suggest? Leave us a comment and let us know. Now it has been a few months since we did a post like this so a few of these channels are not new as of January but are new since we last posted this list.

Recently Roku made it harder to find the new Roku Channels that have recently been added. No longer is there a Just Added section in the Roku Channel Store so if we missed some good new Roku Channels please leave us a comment and let us know. Some of these channels may not be of interests to you but hopefully you find something new here.

#1 The LEGO Channel 

Welcome to the LEGO Channel, thanks for stopping by! You’re only a click away from streaming your favorite LEGO videos. Are you excited? We’ve got so much for kids to see and for families to enjoy together like Ninjago, Friends, City and much more. You will find everything on-demand and for FREE!

You can add The Lego Channel to your Roku HERE. 

#2 Kidstream

Your family’s on-demand playground and go-to destination for safe, educational, and giggle-inducing kids’ shows! When you sign up for Kidstream, your family has unlimited access to tons of award-winning preschool and kids’ series.

You can add Kidstream to your Roku HERE. 

#3 Free MMA 

Hard Knocks Fighting Championship is your premier MMA promotion, showcasing the world’s elite, up and coming athletes on a global stage.

You can add Free MMA to your Roku HERE.

#4 Hear The Bible

Hear the King James Version of the Bible being read by Alexander Scourby.

You can add Hear The Bible to your Roku HERE.

#5 NSF Science Zone

Step into the extraordinary world of scientific exploration! Enjoy news, features, documentaries and more about all things science, engineering and technology. Experience the breakthroughs and meet the researchers who will change our lives.

You can add NSF Science Zone to your Roku HERE. 

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