Roku devices come in a variety of different models and specifications, but at their core, they all operate in the same way: you add channels and watch the content you want. There are two sources of Roku channels. One is the Roku Channel Store; it offers more than enough free Roku channels to keep you entertained. However, the Roku really comes into its own when you start adding private or hidden channels. Keep reading to learn how to add private Roku channels and discover the best hidden Roku channels you can install right now. Once you have created an account and know the channel code, it's easy to start adding channels.
One of the many presents I received over the Christmas period was a Roku Express. I had been thinking of getting one of these for ages as I travel a lot and thought it would be a good companion so that I could watch whatever I wanted when sat it European hotel rooms. I was also hoping that I could get Roku UK private channels whilst working abroad. What if you are the sort of person that wants free adult Roku channels?!
Private Channels, also called Hidden Channels or Non-Certified Channels, are not displayed in the Roku channel store and must be added manually. You can do so by clicking on the Add Channel button on the private channel pages linked below. Read this article for more information on private channels.
However, the question is — what are the best private Roku channels? And with that said, we present to you the 15 best private Roku channels in Interestingly enough, Nowhere TV is one of the oldest Roku private channels. What started out as a fairly simple channel quickly grew into a rich library of audio and video podcasts. This Roku channel gives you access to a vault of older content.