How to Watch TV Land on Roku Without Cable

If you are a fan of classics, you would surely love TV Land on Roku. This platform brings the best of entertainment for people of every age group, be it timeless sitcoms or the latest popular TV shows. 

Apart from the general show episodes, this channel also delivers highlights, previews, behind-the-scenes content, interviews and so much more, all of this in high-definition quality. The channel is a part of ViacomCBS and you can watch many top-notch shows on it like Hot in Cleveland, Teachers, The Andy Griffith Show, Younger, Happily Divorced, Impastor, and many more.

Hang on tight because we are about to set off onto a journey of discovering all the ways to stream this amazing channel on your big Roku TV screen.

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How to Get TV Land on Roku

The best part about streaming TV Land on Roku is that you do not need the cord. You can easily cut the cord, get rid of ever-increasing cable Tv prices, and still enjoy quality entertainment. You can do so using the over-the-top streaming platforms that offer this channel, like Philo, Sling TV, fuboTV, AT&T TV, Youtube TV, and many more.



Philo TV Roku is the cheapest platform to stream TV Land amongst all the options available in the market currently. It has only one subscription package that costs $25 per month and comes with a 7-days free trial period. 

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It offers more than 65 top-quality channels.

You can use this streaming service on all major streaming devices including  Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, Roku, Google Chromecast, Windows, Mac, Sony Smart TV, and VIZIO Smart TV. Having an unlimited DVR storage facility is one of its biggest advantages. It also offers up to 3 simultaneous streams and a vast on-demand library with over 60,000 titles. 

Sling TV


You can stream TV Land on Sling TV Roku by buying either of its two basic subscription plans and getting the additional Comedy Extra add-on for $6 per month. “Sling Orange” costs $30 per month and delivers 30 channels including Bloomberg, BBC America, Cheddar Business, or Newsy. “Sling Blue” also comes at $30 per month and brings about 45 channels like FOX, NBC, MSNBC, etc. 

Since Sling TV provides support to a wide range of streaming devices, that includes Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Google Chromecast, Mac, Windows, iPhone/iPad, Android TV, Android Phone/Tablet, Xbox, LG Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, and VIZIO Smart TV, so that you can stream it on whatever device you want.

Its VOD library consisting of over 70,000 pieces of content is truly remarkable. “Sling Orange” offers only 1 stream at a time while “Sling Blue” offers up to 3 simultaneous streams. It also comes with up to 50 hours of cloud DVR storage.



fuboTV Roku is every sports lover’s paradise. It does come with a long list of entertainment channels other than sports channels. Its 114+ long channels’ list includes TV Land, AMC, Bravo, Comedy Central,  Disney Channel, Discovery, E!, ESPN, Fox News, Food Network, Freeform, FX, MTV, Hallmark Channel, MSNBC, Nickelodeon, Syfy, Paramount Network, TLC, USA Network, and VH1 amongst others.

You can get this service for $64.99 per month and enjoy even a 7-days free trial period. You can record up to 250 hours of long content on its cloud DVR storage (upgradable to 1000 hours) and even stream it on 3 separate devices at the same time (upgradable to 5 devices for $10 a month). 

Apart from Roku, you can even stream on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, VIZIO Smart TV, Google Chromecast, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, Windows, Mac, Xbox, and of course, Roku.


AT&T TV Roku Now offers TV Land with its Entertainment Package that is priced at $69.99 per month. You would be getting more than 65 top channels.

You can stream this on 3 devices simultaneously and record up to 20 hours of content on its cloud DVR. Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Android, Phone/Tablet, Mac, Windows, Google Chromecast, LG Smart TV, VIZIO Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, and Sony Smart TV, all of these streaming devices support this streaming platform. It also has an extensive on-demand library.

YouTube TV


YouTube TV Roku is our last pick on this list of platforms that offer TV Land as its channel. You can subscribe to this platform for $64.99 per month to enjoy 90+ channels.

What makes it stand apart from the crowd is its unlimited cloud DVR storage. It allows up to 3 simultaneous streams only. It has an average 2000+ titles long on-demand library but allows its users to stream on a variety of devices that are Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Android TV, Mac, Windows, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, Chromecast, Roku, PlayStation, Xbox, etc.

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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