Hidden Roku Channels List – Roku has tons of channels (more than 5000+) but you will be surprised to know that there are many which you have no idea that exists.

Doesn’t matter what your interest is, Roku will have something for you ranging from cooking, sports, cartoon, etc.

If you didn’t already know, Private Roku channels are another way to add and integrate third-party tools within your media streaming device.

Using the “Roku Search”, you can straightforward discover your content and get access to around over 5000+ Roku channels (both paid and free) (hidden and public).

So, the Roku Personal or Private channels are those channels that you can’t discover with the Roku channel Retailer.

Roku Streaming Stick, Roku Express, or Roku Ultra – whatever you are using, it doesn’t matter as all the customers of each platform receive quite the similar software treatment.

There a hidden side of Roku, that is specifically designed only for the developers in order to test their services before releasing and publishing them to the public.

Roku private channels are precisely what the name suggests, with just one major caveat. That is anyone can get access and use them as long as they enter or use the code that needs to be used to enter.

Hidden Roku Channels

How to Install Private Roku Channels?

Disclaimer: We (Technoratia.com) are strongly towards content material piracy, and we do not condone it and this article is to be viewed only for educational purpose!

  • Visit roku.com. Log in with your user credentials and register if you are a new user.
  • Your account will be redirected to my.roku.com/account once logged in.
  • Under the “Manage Account” Section < “Add channel with a code” that allows you to add a beta channel or non-certified to your account.
  • On the Add Channel Page, type in the Channel Access Code and click on the Add Channel button.
  • Tap OK on the pop-up and click on the Yes, add channel button to link it to your device.

How to Find Channel Access Codes?

So, what about the channel access code? You will be surprised to know how easily you can get the access code for each channel.

To help you understand better, here is an example,

Here in the link, https://my.roku.com/account/add?channel=ITPC the code “ITPC” means the access Code for iTunes Podcast Channel.

So anytime you wanna access a private channel, simply replace the “APPLE” in the URL https://my.roku.com/account/add?channel=APPLE to any of the Channel Code.

Next, simply paste it in the browser to directly add the channel on your device.

List of Hidden Roku Channels

You can use the above method to add as many non-public and hidden Roku channels on your account as you need.

We will be listing some of the best Hidden Roku gems that you probably haven’t added yet on your account.

Haystack TV

Haystack TV allows you to Watch a personalized feed of the world and local news nearby and around the world from over 200+ trusted TV channels.


Eater is something you will like if you like docu-series and adventure type content. Journey through food and culture, with popular videos like “Inside a Hawaiian Ramen Factory,” or “Making Cotton Candy at Home” and many more!

The LEGO Channel

As the name itself suggest, the channels are about everything Lego related. It allows you to stream your favorite Lego shows such as LEGO Ninjago, LEGO Friends, LEGO Star Wars, and whatnot.

Bon Appétit

Love eating and cooking Videos more than anything else? Well, this channel is for you. It also has specific videos on in-depth cooking tutorials and guides for different dishes.

It provides fun videos like “How to make sushi”. “Every way to cook bacon,” “Working 24 hours straight at Chick-Fil-A”, etc.

FilmRise Free TV

You can stream from the hundreds to the thousands of free movies and TV shows. It also has the option to sort by different genres and categories ranging from action, comedy, to horror, to drama, war, and thriller.


Visit the channel to listen to over 230+ music, sports news stations, and over 1,000 podcasts.

The channel is pretty useful to keep up-to date with the latest news.

CW Seed

CW Seed is a channel to watch your favorite show. To name a few shows on the Channel include such as Everybody Hates ChrisWhose Line, ConstantinePushing Daisies, and many more.

King’s Movie House

Similar to FreeRise TV, you can watch thousands of classic movies in categories ranging from comedy, action, western, adventure, documentary, drama, and much more.


Love to watch scenic landscapes? PTZtv is streams live scenic landscapes from The Caribbean like Port Nassau, Fort Lauderdale, Port St. Maarten, and other parts of North America along with many others.


It provides on-demand broadcasts and live streams from over 200+ local stations.

Comet TV

This channel is more so inclined and dedicated towards the sci-fi genre which offers popular movies, cult classics, and many undiscovered contents.


As the name suggests, NASA TV consist of eight series which is set to explore the various facets of the NASA space program’s from the past, present, and the future.

What’s even better is that it will be all in stunning 4K and HDR.


This channel will cater to popular animation and cartoon films. To name a few such sonic the Hedgehoginspector Gadget, Super Mario World, and whatnot.

Baby Boomer Cartoons

Baby Boomer will feature Classic cartoons like the PopeyeBugs BunnySuperman, etc

Baby Boomer TV

Watch TV shows such as BonanzaThe Dick Van Dyke Show, The Beverly Hillbillies, etc.

What One is Your Favorite Hidden Roku Channels?

Among the publicly available 5000+ channels, Roku channels have something for everyone.

From the Weather Radar to check the local weather, satellite loops, cartoons, TV Shows, Classic contents, all of it is avilable to be consumed.

Keep in mind that some of the channels are either in early beta form or may have been developed by third parties, so once in a while bugs are a reality but consider it as a small price to pay for premium access or accessing it for free in general.

Know of any interesting private channels that are interesting and would like others to know? Let us know in the comments below.

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