Playstation Vue Now Available On Roku

The long awaited launch of Sony’s PlayStation Vue on Roku has arrived. Roku made the announcement on their blog just moments ago:

You asked, it’s here! You now have even more options to watch live TV on your Roku device – starting today you have access to more than 100 of your favorite live TV channels on the cloud-based TV service, PlayStation™Vue, available on Roku players and Roku TV models in the U.S.

With an Internet connection, there are no additional fees, such as monthly set-top box fees, or long-term contracts for PlayStation Vue. The three multi-channel plans start at $29.99 per month and all plans include a seven-day free trial for first time subscribers:

  • Access: 55+ channels, including live cable TV, movies and sports channels for $29.99 per month ($39.99 in cities with live local broadcast stations*).
  • Core: 70+ channels, including all the channels from Access with the addition of live national and regional sports networks for $34.99 per month ($44.99 in cities with live local broadcast stations*).
  • Elite: 100+ channels, featuring all the channels from Core with the addition of top movie and entertainment channels for $44.99 per month ($54.99 in cities with live local broadcast stations).

All PlayStation Vue packages include AMC, Animal Planet, BET, Bravo, Cartoon Network, CMT, CNBC, CNN, Comedy Central, Destination America, Discovery, Discovery Family, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, diy Network, E!, ESPN, ESPN2, Esquire Network, Food Network, Fox Business, Fox News Channel, FREEFORM, FX, FXX, HGTV, HLN, Investigation Discovery, msnbc, MTV, MTV2, National Geographic Channel, NBCSN, nick jr., nickelodeon, nickTOONS, OWN, oxygen, Pop, SCI, Spike, Syfy, tbs, TLC, TNT, Travel Channel, tru TV, TVLAND, USA, VH1, and WE.

You can add PlayStation Vue from your onscreen Roku channel store, or by clicking here and adding 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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