How to Remove/Delete Streaming Channels from Roku Device

Roku gives you the option to add add-on channels to your streaming device. If you want more choices for your movie binge-watching or live TV nights, you can select from the Roku Channel Store and add the channel or app to a Roku TV or streaming media player. Make sure you subscribe to enjoy all the content available.

With adding also comes removing of channels. If you no longer desire to watch content from a channel on Roku, you can delete it to hide it from your account and save precious device storage space allocation.

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There are instances when you add too many on your home screen list that you end up scrolling a long time just to get to the ones you want. You can save time, energy, and space by removing the channel you no longer want.

So, how to remove multiple streaming apps or channels on your Roku device? Let’s check out the various methods below.

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How to Cancel Channel Subscriptions on Roku

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Before you proceed to the first step in getting rid of your channels from a Roku device, you need to cancel the subscription on that channel first. That way, your billing cycle will end and you will not be charged unnecessarily.

  • To cancel your Roku channel subscription, go to on any web browser.
  • Sign in to your account.
  • In the upper right corner, click your profile.
  • Go to My Account.
  • Navigate to Manage account.
  • Choose Manage your subscriptions.
  • Go to Active Subscriptions.
  • Select the channel that you wish to delete and cancel the subscription.

Deleting Channels on a Roku Player or Smart TV

There are several ways to remove or delete a channel on your Roku streaming player or smart TV. You can do it through the Channels List, Channel Store, or Roku Mobile app.

Removing Roku Channel using the Roku Mobile App

  • Open the Roku mobile app on your device.
  • Tap Devices.
  • Select your device.
  • Choose Channels.
  • Look for the channel that you wish to delete.
  • Tap and hold the channel icon to open the menu.
  • Select Remove.
  • Tap Remove.

Delete Multiple Roku Channels via Roku Channels List

  • On your Roku remote, press the Home button.
  • Look for the channel that you want to remove and highlight it.
  • On your Roku remote, press the Star button.
  • Select Remove channel.
  • Click Remove.

Remove Roku Channel via Roku Channel Store

  • On your Roku remote, press the Home button.
  • Go to Streaming channels.
  • Select the channel that you wish to delete.
  • Choose Remove channel.
  • Select Remove.

How many channels on your Roku device do you plan to delete? What are your reasons? We value your opinion, so please write one below.

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A film buff and lover of feel-good movies, Aileen Grace loves helping fellow cinephiles overcome troubles and common hurdles when bingeing shows. She’s a Marketing Major with a degree in Business Administration and a knack for writing poems and short stories. She’s using her prowess as a prolific writer to provide straightforward guides among the confusing solutions found online.



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