Best Hidden Roku Channels You Need to Check

Best Hidden Roku Channels You Need to Check
Best Hidden Roku Channels You Need to Check

Roku, along with Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV, is one of the most popular streaming platforms available today. The difference is that Roku has its own programming roster, which includes “secret” channels that require a special code to access. These channels are identical to those available in the Roku shop, but you won’t be able to access them unless you know their channel code.

These hidden Roku channels offer a wider selection of programming and fascinating content than the regular Roku channels. Channels are available on all Roku devices, so whether you have a Roku, a Roku Ultra, or another device, you can access them. The channels are still available. We’ve scoured the list for the most intriguing options.

The 12 Best Undiscovered Roku Channels to Check Out

On Roku, these are the best-kept secrets. We hope you appreciate at least some of them!

1. The Odeon Theater

The Odeon Theater is a must-have channel for cinephiles. It provides uninterrupted access to classic and independent films. Each film also comes with a little fact sheet at the beginning that contains movie trivia and tidbits.

Channel Code: odeon

2. Cowboy Classics

Do you adore John Wayne? Are you a fan of The Alamo? For flicks from more than six decades, add Cowboy Classics to your Roku and watch The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly for the 32nd time.

Channel Code: CowboyClassics

3. The Space Opera Channel

The Space Opera Channel, another channel for cinephiles, broadcasts classic space opera films like Flash Gordon, Undersea Kingdom, and others 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Channel Code: soctv

4.The Silent Movie Channel

The Silent Movie Channel, as the name implies, provides access to silent films from the early twentieth century in a variety of genres. If you’re a movie buff, you’ll want to see this.

Channel Code: rollem

5. The Aimless Cook

The Aimless Cook is an excellent channel to check out whether you’re a new chef or have a lot of expertise in the kitchen. It includes recipes from all over the world, all of which are simple to follow. The Aimless Cook offers a wide range of dish ideas for every meal of the day.

Channel Code: TheAimlessCook

6. Neon Party Games

The channel Neon Party Games is dedicated to party games. The games can be played by an unlimited number of participants using their mobile devices. Tag, Puck, Geometry, and a variety of other games are all accessible to play.

Channel Code: H2CLHP

7. Video Games

Check out the Video Game channel if you miss the days of the G4, when you could sit and watch someone play your favourite video game. It features complete playthroughs of a variety of games, the most of which are classics.

Channel Code: T6PH2V

8. FoodMattersTV

Documentaries about food and nutrition, weight loss, gardening and sustainability, and much more may be found on FoodMattersTV, or FMTV. It also includes recipes, expert interviews, yoga and mindfulness exercises, and much more.

Channel Code: FoodMattersTV

9. EuroRoku

Many people are unaware that there is a world of television outside the conventional programmes. For $9.99 per month, EuroRoku gives you access to a massive amount of content from European sources. Over 100 channels from France, Germany, Holland, and other countries are available.

Channel Code: 296XJKP

10. Great Chefs

The Great Chefs channel is one to watch if you want to learn from the finest of the best. It was first broadcast on PBS, but it has subsequently moved to other networks. It features cooks preparing three dishes in their own kitchens: an appetiser, a main course, and a dessert.

Channel Code: greatchefs

11. Armchair Tourist

You may not be able to travel as much as you want because so many borders are still blocked, but Armchair Tourist is a terrific way to see the world from the comfort of your own home. Without ever getting out of your chair, you may take in the sights and sounds of exotic locations.

Channel Code: ArmchairTourist

12. 5ik.TV

5ik, like EuroRoku, provides quick access to European content.

For eastern entertainment, television serves the same purpose. Shows from Japan, Korea, and other Asian countries are available. Just keep in mind that there are no subtitles, so if you don’t understand the language, the show won’t make much sense to you.

Channel Code: 5ikTV

How to Add Roku Channels You Didn’t Know About?

If any of these channels appeal to you, the good news is that adding them is simple. Non-certified channels can only be accessed by entering their code into your Roku.

  1. Go to to get started.
  2. Choose Add channel with code from the drop-down menu.
  3. In the box, type the channel code, select the captcha to validate it, and then click Add channel.
  4. A warning will appear if the channel is not certified, stating that Roku cannot guarantee the content. Choose OK.
  5. The channel will be displayed on a screen. Select Yes, add channel to confirm.

That’s all there is to it when it comes to adding a new channel to your Roku. You can start watching video right away without having to wait for an update.

Check out some of these hidden channels if you want to improve your streaming experience. There’s a lot of content on your Roku that’s just waiting to be discovered. So don’t just stick to the essentials; explore the entire device and make the most of it.

Jennifer Thomas
Jennifer Thomas is the Co-founder and Chief Business Development Officer at Cybers Guards. Prior to that, She was responsible for leading its Cyber Security Practice and Cyber Security Operations Center, which provided managed security services.