We are going to show you a quick shortcut. Go to search, and right. Type in b c om and here we are. Hope that was okay, that little humming. Alright, We’re adding the NBC channel right now. And it says that it has been added, as usual with a new Roku channel what they do is they put them at the bottom of the screen. And you might notice we have 234 channels so as opposed to cycling through everything. We’re going to go straight to the bottom by going up. That’s right. You got to go backwards go frontwards here. So, here we are, there’s the NBC channel, and let’s open her up. Get your nice official logo here. And what you see is an interface, somewhat similar to Hulu Plus, or course now it’s just Hulu. You’ve got episodes listed for you. Sort of a curated group.
- They have a group of shows that they’re featuring right now.
- Pretty much what you see here is either a big NBC show that’s currently on or something they’re kind of promoting going forward.
- And if you explore the menu by pressing the star button, you can come in and if you have an cable subscription. You can sign in, and view more content via cable subscriptions. But what we’re going to concentrate on here is, if you don’t have a cable subscription What do you actually see here.
- So, you can take a look at. Of course this, you know, be recorded on September 28. The first thing up is Heroes Reborn which is the relaunch of the heroes series.
You’ve also got the new blind spot, and others available, something that I think is a really nice feature here is its ability to be used as a catch up for soap operas. I’m not a soap opera person myself, but there are still lots of soap opera fans. And you’ll notice here in days of our lives. It has basically the whole last week of episodes. So if you’re someone who loves this stuff, and you might have had to go traveling or missed out on something. Boom, you can go right back here, and catch up on what you might have missed all the shows also provide these clips.
Of course, you know that’s that’s exactly the same thing as watching the show from beginning to end, but it can certainly give you a you know last week on such and such effect.
I think this looks like a pretty solid app. I think that it will be popular and right now Roku is the only weapon that while it isn’t as expensive as Hulu, it’s also not as expensive because obviously it doesn’t cost a thing.
If you do have cable you can sign into a whole lot more stuff. See more episodes, and will probably give you a look at what that looks like sometime later. But for these purposes, this is what you get from the NBC channel on the Roku. I hope this was helpful. If you thought so.
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