HGTV is an American pay television channel owned by Discovery Inc. It allows you to stream favorite shows like House Hunters, Escape to the Chateau, Home Town, Property Brothers, Fixer Upper, and more. It offers content based on home interior designs, gardening, decorations, modeling, remodeling, and architecture. With the help of the HGTV GO app, you can stream HGTV shows anywhere & anytime. It is a streaming app that offers live and on-demand HGTV content. The app is available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung Smart TV, and Android TV. This article shows how to stream HGTV on the Roku device.
HGTV GO on Roku
HGTV GO app is available for free on the Roku Channel Store. You can easily download and stream the HGTV content on Roku. It can be accessed using a pay-TV service provider subscription. Alternatively, you can also stream the HGTV channel on Roku by accessing the streaming services. Let’s check the procedure for both methods.
How to Add HGTV GO on Roku
 Connect your Roku device to the HDMI port of the TV and turn on it.
 Press the home button on the remote.
 Select Streaming channels from the menu to get the Roku channel store.
 Scroll down and select Search channels under the channel store.
 Type HGTV in the search bar and select HGTV Go from the suggestion list.
 Click Add Channel to install HGTV on Roku.
 After installation, click OK and the HGTV GO app will be installed on your Roku.
How to Activate HGTV GO on Roku
 Launch the HGTV GO channel on Roku.
 An activation code will appear on the TV screen.
 Visit the HGTV GO Activation website using your PC or smartphone browser.
 Enter the activation code and click Activate.
 Select your TV provider and sign in with TV provider credentials.
Now, you can start watching your favorite HGTV GO content on your device.
Stream HGTV on Roku Without Cable
Apart from the HGTV GO app, you can also watch HGTV on Roku using streaming services like Philo, YouTube TV, Vidgo, fuboTV, and Sling TV. You can get these channels for free in the Roku channel store.
Philo comes with 60+ channels that include HGTV Channel and tons of on-demand content. It is compatible with Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, and Android. Philo is the cheapest subscription that costs $20/month with 7 days free trial. It provides unlimited cloud DVR storage for 30 days.
Guide: Philo on Roku
Vidgo is a streaming app that offers 60+ channels that include HGTV, History Channel, ESPN, Fox Sports, and much more. It costs $45/month with 3 days free trial and you can access a huge on-demand content library. It offers 24 hours playback for all the programs.
YouTube TV offers 85+ channels that include HGTV, AMC, CNN, ESPN, and much more. It costs $64.99/month with 7 days free trial. It offers unlimited cloud DVR storage for online streaming. The recorded content will be available for streaming on 9-months.
Guide: YouTube TV on Roku
Sling TV comes with 200+ live TV channels. It comes with three different package like Blue($30/month), Orange($30/month), Blue+Orange($45/month). It offers DVR cloud storage with all these three packages. You can live stream the HGTV channel in all these packs.
Guide: Sling TV on Roku
By using any one of these options, you can easily stream all your favorite HGTV app content on the Roku streaming device. While using the streaming services, you can stream various channels along with HGTV.
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