Philo’s $16 Live TV Bundle Comes To Roku

Philo, a television technology company, today announced the nationwide launch of the first-ever streaming television service featuring live TV, DVR, and on-demand services, focused on entertainment, lifestyle and knowledge programming.

The service is available on Roku devices as well as web browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari), an iOS app, and Android via Chrome (app coming soon) with more platforms to come.

The new service, priced at $16 per month, includes 35+ of the top cable channels and can be viewed wherever you are in the U.S., on TVs, computers, tablets and phones. An additional nine channels can be added for just $4 more per month.

Here is a full listing of channels available on Philo:

Philo 37 Channels – $16

● A&E

● Lifetime


● Lifetime Movies

● Animal Planet



● MTV2

● BBC America

● Nickelodeon

● BBC World News

● Nick Jr.



● Cheddar

● Science


● Spike

● Comedy Central

● Sundance Channel

● Discovery Channel

● TeenNick



● Food Network

● Travel Channel


● TV Land


● Velocity


● VH1

● History

● Viceland


● We TV

● Investigation Discovery (ID)

Additional nine channels for an incremental $4:

● American Heroes Channel

● BET Her

● Cooking Channel

● Destination America

● Discovery Family

● Discovery Life

● Logo

● MTV Live

● Nicktoons

Start watching in seconds with just a phone number at Philo offers a free 7 day trial. You can add Philo to your Roku via the onscreen channel store, or by clicking here to add it to your Roku online.

William B. West

William B. West

William B. West has been an internet journalist since 1998. Writing for a total of 25 pro wrestling news sites at his peak, before retiring only to return to online journalism in 2011. Currently William is editor of, a contributor to, and editor in chief of &

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