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Several canceled HBO programs, such as “Westworld” and “Raised by Wolves,” are now available on Roku

14 new free, ad-supported channels with TV episodes and movies from the Warner Bros. content collection have been introduced to the Roku Channel. Warner Bros. Discovery said earlier this year that it has agreed to license 2,000 hours of programming to Roku and Tubi. The material is currently accessible on Roku.

Many well-known shows are available on Roku’s new channels, including “Westworld,” “The Nevers,” and “Raised by Wolves” from HBO, which were just recently taken out of the HBO Max collection. The canceled reality programs from HBO Max, such as “FBoy Island” and “Legendary,” are now accessible on Roku.

As well as these shows, the channels will also feature “The Bachelor,” “Cake Boss,” “Say Yes to the Dress,” “The Nevers,” “Finding Magic Mike,” “Head of the Class,” “The Time Traveler’s Wife,” “My Cat from Hell,” “Breaking Amish,” “Caribbean Life,” “Paranormal Lockdown,” “Murder Chose Me,” “Mysteries at the Museum,” “A Wedding Story,” ”

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, and WB TV Supernatural are the names of the 14 new stations. The additional channels increase the number of free live streaming channels available on Roku Channel to over 450.

Warner Bros. Discovery, which previously kept its films and TV episodes for HBO Max, made a turn with the contract from earlier this year. The business is now leasing its material to outside parties.

The announcement made today coincides with the anticipated spring launch of Warner Bros.’ forthcoming combined HBO Max/Discovery+ streaming service. The service will launch in the US first, then in Latin America, and finally in Europe in 2024. The service will have an ad-free and ad-lite plan, though the business hasn’t yet said how much it would cost or what it will be called.

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