14 Warner Bros. Linear Channels Go Live On The Roku Channel

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For homes that have been missing access to some of the popular Warner Bros. shows that was recently removed from HBO Max, they are mostly all now available on The Roku Channel as free linear channels.


Similar to some other streaming services, The Roku Channel offers a live section where users can tune in and watch whatever is playing at the time. Unlike traditional TV channels, these are typically curated channels. For example, a channel dedicated to a genre like horror, or a channel dedicated to a popular show.

The latest channels added to The Roku Channel’s live section are all from the house of Warner Bros. In total, 14 new linear channels have been added and each one focuses on a different genre or mood.


For example, the new WB TV Watchlist channel is where you’ll now find episodes of popular shows like Raised by Wolves, Nikita, and Westworld, while the new WB TV Keeping it Real channel is where you can keep it real with shows like F-Boy Island and Bachelor in Paradise.

Below is the full list of all 14 Warner Bros. linear channels that have now been added to The Roku Channel.

  • WB TV All Together
  • WB TV At the Movies
  • WB TV Crime Scenes
  • WB TV Family Rules
  • WB TV How To
  • WB TV Keeping it Real
  • WB TV Love & Marriage
  • WB TV Mysteries
  • WB TV Paws & Claws
  • WB TV Slice of Life
  • WB TV Supernatural
  • WB TV Sweet Escapes
  • WB TV Watchlist
  • WB TV Welcome Home

For those less specifically interested in Warner Bros. content, The Roku Channel does offer a wide range of other linear channels to choose from. In fact, Roku says that there are more than 350 linear channels that are now available to watch for free.

John Finn

By John Finn

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