23 international Roku channels

You don’t have to go far to enjoy countless hours of news, sports and entertainment from around the globe. It’s all on your Roku streaming player or Roku TV!

Below, we’ve listed some great international streaming channels you can watch in the US.

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Asian Roku channels

Crunchyroll ($6.95/month after 14-day free trial) – The largest lineup of current and classic Japanese anime and manga.

DramaFever (free with ads, $4.99/month) – The best Korean dramas, Japanese live action, Chinese classics, plus Asian food and travel documentaries.

Damai ($9.99/month, 1-month free trial) – Live TV from China, in addition to movies, dramas, kids content and the latest variety shows.

KORTV (packages starting at $2.99/month) – Live stream of Korean & Chinese broadcast channels with a great selection of television shows, movies, clips, and more.

African Roku channels

Demand Africa ($6.99/month after 7-day free trial) – The premiere destination showcasing world-class lifestyle, travel and entertainment.

EbonyLife TV ($4.99/month) – Africa’s first Global Black Entertainment and Lifestyle network, with gripping series, riveting Nollywood movies, unique documentaries and more!

British Roku channels

AcornTV ($4.99/month after 1-week free trial) – The “Netflix for the Anglophiles” features world-class mysteries, dramas, and comedies from Britain and beyond.

Britbox ($6.99/month after 7-day free trial) – Exclusive premieres, hard-to-find gems, national treasures and British favorites direct from UK broadcasters BBC and ITV.

Sky News (free) – The UK’s first dedicated 24-hour news channel with unrivaled world class breaking news with a spirit of innovation.

European Roku channels

France 24 (free)- France’s live and on-demand world news network.

DW (free) – Germany’s international broadcaster with news and analysis of the issues that are moving the world.

Walter Presents ($6.99/month after 7-day free trial) – The best drama series from around the world, featuring U.S. premieres of award-winning shows in the original languages with English subtitles.

Hispanic Roku channels

Telemundo Now (requires cable subscription) – Your destination for full episodes of your favorite Telemundo shows, including catch-up and new episodes available the day after they air.

Univision NOW (cable subscription or $7.99/month after 7-day free trial) – Live stream of the Univision networks from local stations in select markets.

Vida Primo (free) – The world’s premier Latin music video network, featuring hundreds of artists and thousands of music videos across Latin America.

VIVOplay ($4.99/month after 30-day free trial) – Your favorite TV channels from across Latin America, including movies, concerts, novelas, series, comedies and live sports.

Indian Roku channels

Eros Now ($7.99/month after 14-day free trial) – The largest collection of Bollywood and regional Indian movies in addition to music videos, TV shows and originals.

Hotstar ($9.99/month, 1-month free trial) – Unlimited access to 60,000+ hours of Indian movies, TV and live sports.

YuppTV (packages starting at $6.99/month, 14-day free trial) – The #1 service for Indian TV and movies, with 300+ live TV channels, 5000+ movies in 8 languages, catch-up, originals, TV shows and more.

Middle Eastern Roku channels

Al Jazeera (free) – Qatar based network with international news and current affairs that places people at the heart of the story.

i24News (free) – Israel’s international news network, covering news from the Middle East from studios in Tel Aviv, Paris, NY and Washington.

MyMaghrebTV ($14.99/month) – The best live TV channels from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia.

TRT World (free) – International news platform headquartered in Istanbul featuring breaking news, global issues, politics and more from around the world.

Looking for more? Browse the Roku Channel Store now to find other great channels from all over the world.

Happy Streaming (in whatever language you speak)!

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