We’re pleased to announce the addition of Demand 5 to our growing entertainment library in the U.K. Demand 5 on Roku lets customers instantly access Channel 5’s full range of catch-up content as well as an extensive library of popular programmes including Big Brother, ArcherDallas, CSI, and Neighbours. Roku users can also enjoy original programming including The Gadget Show, The Hotel Inspector and Eddie Stobart’s Trucks and Trailers.

Demand 5 joins more than 450 channels of streaming entertainment available on Roku streaming players in the U.K. As of today, you can find it in the Roku Channel Store.

Happy streaming!

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  • adamtux

    Thank you! I’ve hoped for this for a while. Keep up the good work guys 🙂

    • Enjoy, Adam! We’ll keep working hard to bring our customers the best selection of streaming entertainment.

  • Richard Simpson

    When is the Roku 3 coming to the UK? Really want one ASAP!

    • Hi Richard! We don’t have an official date yet, but we’ll keep you posted.

      • Richard Simpson

        Why is there such a delay? It has been available in the US for months

  • dvdmike

    Finally a new non public domain channel!

  • Christopher Martin

    Excellent news! Makes it look a little more like you’re here to stay, but please keep trying for ITV, Channel 4 and Lovefilm. I love my Roku, but it needs more local content if its going to capture the hearts of the British public.

  • varsas

    Any signs of ITV, 4oD and LoveFilm?

  • Inaba-kun

    You’ve actually added something for the UK? That’s a shocker. Too bad you chose to go with the tabloid sewage that is Channel 5.

    Where is LoveFilm? It’s only the biggest movie streaming service in the UK, you may even have heard of it.

  • Jonathan Rowley

    I was busy recommending ROKU to two friends over the weekend, but I’d like to see more news on ITV, Channel 4 and Lovefilm to make it a true single box solution. Are they or will they come? Simple Question? Meanwhile Netflix works a treat though and I would highly recommend Breaking Bad to anyone reading.