The Best Private Roku Channels, and How to Install

Beta Developer Channel Codes

November 2020

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Non-Certified Channels on Roku

Non-Certified Channels on Roku

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Listed below are no longer available on Roku. No channel code exists.


nowhere tvNowhere TV [MIA/RIP early 2019] One of the best & first non-certified/private channels on Roku. Nowhereman Roku developer had a number of channels. The nowhereman website is gone as are his channels.


m3u blackM3U Black [RIP Jan 2018]

Built for parsing RSS/M3u feeds without ADS. A public “ad-infested” red iptv player channel was approved for the public channelstore. When Roku removed the public channel for guideline issues, the private channel was removed by the developer.

Q: Do we have the source code for any of these channels? On GitHub?
A: No.

Q: What are non-certified channels? How to +ADD?

A: For channel developers to beta test their channel to a limited audience. Developers should not attempt to grow their audience or promote their channel until after it has been made public.

Non-Certified channels can only be installed on a Roku device by using the channel’s dedicated access code (e.g. “FG324”) provided by the developer of the channel, and therefore are not found in the Roku Channel Store. Non-certified channels may be used by channel developers for testing, or to limit access to their channel to a smaller set of our users.  Users should take caution when using non-certified channels. 

Note: We will not list any “questionable” channels. If you find any channel issues, post/share in the comments.

Q: How do I add a non-certified channel to my Roku player?
A: To download and install a non-certified channel:

  1. Go to on your computer or smartphone.
  2. If prompted, sign in to your Roku account.
  3. Under Manage account select Add channel with a code.
  4. Enter the channel access code received from the channel provider and select Add Channel.
  5. Acknowledge the warning message that appears:


roku add channel


Q: How do I “Build a complete Roku channel in 5 minutes or less!”
A: Visit Instant TV Channel for Roku.

Instant TV Channel for Roku
Cloud-Based Roku Channel Production System
Instant TV Channel is a cloud-based tool for Roku developers and content providers that shortens development time and eases maintenance after deployment.
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Only 6. What happened to the huge list of private channels you once had here?


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Where all the adult channels at?


Shut up.


All subsciption so not listed on free tv site.

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