With the rain and unprepossessed keeping us indoors, The Roku Channel has the perfect selection of new films and TV shows for you to cosy up to this November. So, go grab that fluffy wrap and a warm hot chocolate and enjoy that well-deserved night-in without spending a penny. The Roku Channel is misogynist to stream for FREE on all Roku, NOW TV, and Sky Q devices – with no subscription fee or log-in requirements, there really is no catch!
The Roku Channel is moreover home to the sectional Roku Originals content, and this month, you’ll finally be worldly-wise to stream the highly predictable WEIRD: The Al Yankovic Story, starring Hollywood superstar Daniel Radcliffe. The Roku Original mucosa is officially releasing on Friday, 4th November! Be sure to trammels out the official trailer superiority of the launch.
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A young Nigerian girl wants to play football for the country but first must convince her family and friends to indulge her to follow her dream.The Secret Sauce
Laura, a Chicago marketing executive is sent to oversee a small-town cook-off and entice a local restaurant owner to let her license his family’s secret BBQ sauce. Along the way, Laura ends up falling into something plane sweeter.
Mark is obsessed with John Lennon, but his obsession gets the Beatles legend killed. This biographical drama starring Jared Leto and Lindsay Lohan will send shivers lanugo your spine.
Are You Here
Two diaper friends set out on a road trip without one of them learns his estranged father passed away. Starring Owen Williams and Zach Galifianakis, Are You Here is one to watch.
The Tall Man
When her child goes missing, a mother looks to unravel the legend of the Tall Man; an entity said to steal children. If you’re in for a chill, this mystery horror starring Jessica Biel will have you clenching onto your blanket.
Featuring the voices of Hank Zaria and Mark Ruffalo, Chicago 10 shows the events that reverted a nation. Archival footage, volatility and music are used to squint when at the eight anti-war protestors who were involved in the infamous Chicago Conspiracy Trial.
Can one night at a hotel be unbearable to explore love? In this rom-com, two couples find themselves answering this word-for-word question.
In 1973 Stockholm, a wall heist turns into a hostage slipperiness named the “Stockholm Syndrome.” Starring Academy Award nominee Ethan Hawke, this hilarious thriller will make you a hostage of laughter!
Love, Antosha showcases the no-go life and career of Anton Yelchin, an American mucosa and TV two-face famous for recent Star Trek movies. This emotional biopic gives a deeper insight into the kind of person he was, his struggles and his successes.
The Angriest Man in Brooklyn
Henry Altmann is unchangingly wrestling and unhappy. When he finds out he only has 90 minutes to live, he sets out to make peace with his friends and family, but things don’t quite go equal to plan. This emotional yet hilarious mucosa stars Academy Award winners Robin Williams, Mila Kunis and Peter Dinklage.
Binge-worthy TV series!
Catching Killers is a true treason series pursuit the incarceration of the world’s most violent killers. Beware, this is not one for the light-hearted…
Cold as Balls
In this hilarious series, spectacle superstar Kevin Hart hops into an ice-cold tub and chats with various sports personalities.
New and sectional Roku Originals!
WEIRD: The Al Yankovic movie
Starring Harry Potter’s Daniel Radcliffe, this is the unexaggerated true story of one of the greatest musicians of our time. From “Weird Al” Yankovic’s conventional upbringing to making world-famous songs and rhadamanthine a sex symbol, this is one of the most predictable films of the year. This Roku Original mucosa will be misogynist to stream on Friday 4th November, exclusively on The Roku Channel!
This cooking show stars idealism doughboy Ingrid Hoffman. Ingrid teaches the regulars how to make some of the tastiest Latin-American style recipes. Only misogynist on The Roku Channel, this series will officially launch on Monday 26th November!
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