15 New Live TV Channels now Available on The Roku Channel in Canada

Roku has announced that 15 new live TV channels are now available on The Roku Channel in Canada. The latest update brings a swell of content across a variety of genres.

Included in the new release of content, Roku is adding two Canadian additions. FilmRise Canada and FilmRise Canadien join the fray with the latter catering specific to a French-speaking audience. In addition, the new live channels include the likes of Real Life, Cops, and Spark TV.

The full list of newcomers to The Roku Channel is as followed:

AfroLandTV

Watch hundreds of African movies, Nollywood, and TV shows from Africa and its diaspora.

Cops

On the beat with the men and women of law enforcement.

Cowboy Way

American lifestyle and contemporary cowboy entertainment.

Caught in Providence

Judge Frank Caprio takes an emphatic approach to a variety of traffic, parking, and other violations.

FigTree TV

Movies and series to uplift and inspire the human spirit.

FimRise Canadien

A collection of classic series such as Highway to Heaven and Black Books, all dubbed in French.

FilmRise Made in Canada

Watch hit Canadian shows and movies with national stars like Elliot Page and Natasha Henstridge.

FilmRise Sci-Fi

Explore otherworldly series like the cult-hit Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction and supernatural favourites Being Human, Blood Ties, and more.

Gravitas Movies

A collection of independent films and award-winning documentaries.

Homeful

Featuring some of the most well-decorated faces in home design TV; this channel features real estate, renovations, and transformations that are binge-worthy.

Kin

The leader in celebrity-driven lifestyle programming for diverse women’s audiences.

MagellanTV Now

Top documentaries on science, history, nature, mystery and more, curated by award-winning filmmakers.

Real Life

The home of all things lifestyle.

Spark TV – Light and Love

Romantic and family-friendly movies and series that uplift, inspire, and warm the heart.

Supermarket Sweep

Three teams of two battle it out using their grocery shopping skills and knowledge of merchandise to win cash prizes.

The Roku Channel is available for free in Canada on Roku players and Roku TVs.