How to watch Sling TV on Roku

The Roku stick can be used to watch almost anything - from Youtube to live TV streaming services like Philo or on-demand platforms like Netflix.  

Sling TV is a cost-efficient streaming service with two plans "Sling Blue" and "Sling Orange" that each cost $35 (or $50 if you combine them). A subscription to Sling TV gives you access to cable channels like ESPN or AMC without the hassle of cable.

Is Sling TV available on Roku?

Yes, you can watch Sling TV on Roku. Follow these simple steps:

1. Subscribe to Sling TV here.

2. Go to the home screen on your Roku device.

3. Locate the Roku App Store (Roku calls it the "Channel Store" or "Streaming Channels").

4. Use the search function to find Sling TV.

5. Select "Go to Channel".

6. Once installed, log in using the credentials you chose in step 1 (when you signed up for Sling TV).

7. You can now watch Sling TV on Roku. Enjoy!

What is Sling TV?

Get Sling if you're specific about the channels you watch: if you like sports, they have a package for that, if you like news, another one. You can get both of course, but being able to pick either is a big advantage of Sling.

Price: $55/month

Device availability: AirTV, Amazon Fire TV, Android, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Cox, iOS, iPhone, LG TV, Mi Box, Roku, Samsung TV, TiVo, Vizio, Vizio Smart TV, Windows 10, Windows 11, Xbox, Xbox One

Channel lineup: A&E, AMC, AXS TV, BBC America, BET, Bloomberg Television, Bravo, Cartoon Network, Charge!, CNN, Comedy Central, Comet, Discovery Channel, Disney Channel, E!, EPIX Drive-In, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, Food Network, Fox News Channel, Fox Sports 1, Freeform, Fuse, FX, HGTV, History, HLN, IFC, Investigation Discovery, Lifetime, Local Now, MotorTrend, MSNBC, National Geographic, NBC local channels, NFL Network, Nick Jr., QVC, SYFY, TBS, TLC, TNT, Travel Channel, truTV, USA, Vice

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