TWC TV on Roku now offering live and on-demand entertainment

Great news for Roku customers and Time Warner Cable subscribers! TWC TV on Roku has been updated to include on-demand content.

In addition to the up to 300 channels of live television that launched on Roku last March, customers can now access more than 5,000 free and subscription-based on-demand entertainment choices from nearly 100 top networks. Other updates include a new scaled video window featuring a live stream of the last viewed channel, improved browsing and on-demand search functionality.

TWC TV on Roku is available now on the Roku 3, Roku 2, Roku LT players as well as the Roku Streaming Stick.

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  • PorCompasion

    Only for Time Warner Suscribers. Maybe other people who has roku want to pay for Time Warner on Roku without cable service.

  • Pisidan

    Buying cable service and watching it on Roku seems stupid why have a roku than?

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      To avoid paying a ridiculous lease fees on cable boxes.

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  • Nat Ramnan

    How do you subscribe to TWC on the Roku if you are not a TWC cable customer?

    • insanity4all

      impossible their channel is dependent on a TWC cable modem. Actually not a but your individual. Couldn’t watch it at work, which was also a TWC modem.

  • Maq

    Really dumb channel to have if you already have cable. Even more dumb if you have download the app to find out that you can’t use the app outside your home. Only useful if your stepping out to the garage or on the crapper.

  • john

    just want to say that i have the TWC app on my roku 3 and its freakin awesome! It completely blows timewarner cables own hd dvr box out the water. The menu is awesome and the screen overlay is impressive. Why the heck would they allow streaming outside the home? get a slingbox and ur problem is solved.

  • Dave

    which catigory is it under?

  • Jerry B

    The advantage is if you have a couple of TVs around your house that you don’t want to rent the cable box for, such as a tv in a guest room, you can put a Roku in there (or easily move it as needed). I have eliminated several cable boxes around my house by using the Roku for the tvs I don’t use very often. $10+ a month for the cable box or $50 for a cheap Roku. Better yet, if you upgrade your primary Roku to the latest model, put your old one in one of the other rooms!!

  • UWS Girl

    Yeah.. I don’t get this.. if you already have cable why would you want it on the roku??? though having an xfinity, comcast app for the roku I think is a different situation all together simply because xfinity will only allow streaming through their app so if you are an hbo xfinity subscriber you can’t subscribe to hbo go on the roku cause you have to watch it through the xfinity app… just saying..