How to Add and Activate Oxygen on Roku

Oxygen on Roku is every True Crime lover’s Paradise! It is one of the most popular channels owned by NBC Universal. It produces the best of true crime shows and reality shows with women as the major target audience. 

You can also stream Live TV 24×7 and a wide range of content from other channels under NBC Universal. 

This article guides you through your entire streaming experience on the Oxygen app. So, stay with us!

How to Get Oxygen on Roku

Is Oxygen channel free on Roku? How much does it cost?

Yes, you can download Oxygen on Roku for free from the Roku channel store. But, you need a subscription to a cable or satellite TV service provider such as Sling TV, Hulu, or AT&T TV to start enjoying all the content available on the channel. 

How to Add Oxygen on Roku

You can add the official app for Oxygen on Roku tv in a few effortless steps.

Step 1: Turn on your Roku TV and open the home screen by pushing the “Home” on the remote.

roku home button

Step 2: Go to the Roku Channel Store by clicking on the “Streaming Channels” option on the left sidebar of the home page and select it.

Streaming Channels

Step 3: On the next screen, navigate to “Search Channel” and type in “Oxygen” in the search box.

search oxygen on roku

Step 4: Select the channel from the list of results and then click on “Add Channel” to install the Oxygen app. This would begin installing the channel to your Roku.

add Oxygen on roku

Step 5: Once done, click on “Ok” in the pop-up confirmation window.

How to Activate Oxygen on Roku

Once you have downloaded, Oxygen on Roku needs to be activated before it can grant you access to all of its top-notch entertainment.

Step 1: Open the channel on Roku and select the “Sign In” option. Make sure to sign in using your pay-TV account credentials.

Step 2: Make a note of the Activation Code being displayed on the screen.

Step 3: Now, grab a device with a web browser installed, and open the URL

Activate Oxygen on Roku

Step 4: In the empty box appearing on the page, enter the activation code and select “Activate”. Now you will be able to watch Oxygen on Roku.

Alternative ways to Stream Oxygen on Roku

Apart from the official Oxygen app, there are multiple other platforms available on Roku that lets you stream all your favorite Oxygen app content without cable.

Sling TV

Sling TV is a top-of-the-shelf streaming service with a library consisting of over 50 Live TV channels and 50000 on-demand entertainment. You can stream oxygen on roku on this platform with a subscription to either “Sling Blue” ($35/month) or “Sling Orange + Blue” ($45/month). Along with that, you must get a Lifestyle add-on for $5/month which will give you access to 10 other channels like Hallmark Channel, Cooking Channel, FYI, DYI, VH1, etc.


To Watch Oxygen on AT&T TV would be the most expensive way to do it. Even though AT&T TV offers five package services, only “ULTIMATE” ($94.99/month + taxes) includes the Oxygen channels. However, it does have many other perks like cloud-based DVR storage, 140+ other channels, 3 simultaneous streams, and many more.

YouTube TV

You can stream Oxygen content on Youtube TV with its $65/month subscription plan. It also has a range of basic cable and local channels and supports up to 3 simultaneous streams.


FuboTV’s Family Plan ($69.99) has the Oxygen channel along with 100+ other channels. Even though a big percentage of them are sports-centric channels, you get a good selection of lifestyle, new, and entertainment channels as well.

Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV is a popular choice for its extensive range of Live TV and on-demand movies and shows. You can stream Oxygen on it with its starting plan for $64.99/month. You can enjoy many other premium movie channels like HBO, Cinemax, Starz, and Showtime with additional fees. 

Wrapping Up

So what are you waiting for? Get Oxygen on Roku tv today to sit back and start binging all the popular shows like Chicago P.D., Cold Justice, Dateline: Secrets Uncovered, Killer Couples, Martinis & Murder, Murder For Hire, Snapped, Bachelorette Party: Las Vegas, and many more. 

Mark Roberts is a freelance writer and tech enthusiast based in San Diego, specializing in internet security, Roku guides, cord-cutting, and more.

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