How to Get & Watch Magnolia or CBS Channels on Roku Devices

If you want to add more channels and apps to your Roku device, there are two new channels you don’t want to miss. Roku is integrating Magnolia and CBS into its line up of channels to give users more flexibility and a wider range of entertainment options.

Getting into home construction or renovation can get better if you have all the inspiration you need. With Magnolia TV, you can find videos that will show you what it means to construct and renovate a house the right way. There are also cooking shows, urban farming, and more that will take your skills up a notch.

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While Magnolia Network is a newcomer in the TV network industry, CBS is among the oldest channels in the country. Some of the well-loved TV series are part of its extensive content library collection. You can also stream reality TV, Local News Channels, Late Night Shows, Live TV, and more without cable.

Now, you can get one or both of these add-on channels on your Roku streaming media players and smart TV devices. Check out how you can download and install your new add-on channel in the steps below.

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How to Get Magnolia & Add it as a Roku Channel without Cable Subscription

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Adding Magnolia Network as a Roku channel is easy and the same as how you add any other channels on the streaming platform. You can do it in a few steps and you’re off to watch your favorite TV series in a jiffy.

  • On your Roku device remote, press the Home button.
  • Navigate to the Streaming Channels.
  • On the Search box, enter Magnolia.
  • Highlight the Magnolia channel and press the OK button on your remote.
  • Select Add Channel.

Note that you need to have a Discovery+ membership account to log in on Magnolia. You can sign up on the Discovery Plus subscription plan for only $4.99 per month with ads or $6.99 per month without ads.

How to Add CBS Channels & Watch Content on Roku Streaming Players

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There are three official channels of CBS on Roku. First is CBS, a free app that gives you the TV shows you want to watch on CBS. The next is CBS Sports Stream & Watch Live, featuring live sports events for free. The third channel is CBS News, where you can stream live CBS news.

  • Press the Home button on your Roku player remote control.
  • Go to Streaming Channels.
  • Search for CBS, CBS Sports Stream & Watch Live, or CBS News.
  • Press the OK button to open page details.
  • Select Add Channel.

Another way is to head on to the Paramount+ app. Add the Paramount Plus app as a Roku channel to give you access to the full range of CBS content library collections. Try it out now and create your Paramount Plus free trial streaming account here.

What channels do you plan to add to your Roku device soon? We are curious to know, so write us your answers in the comment section below.

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