FilmON TV Player is one of those rare free Roku channels you won't want to miss.
- Post By Benjamin Linus
Unofficial FilmOn TV Player Channel with a Guide
Ryan Cullen built a private channel which he shared that not many people know about.
It's an Unofficial FilmOn Channel Which Includes a Guide.
FOR ANOTHER GREAT ROKU CHANNEL DON’T MISS: XTV
The nice thing about FilmOn TVPlayer channel is you can watch free channels from the USA and Great Britain like BBC News and they are NOT Geo-blocked inside the U.S.A.
Besides the 43 Channels is the Free TV Guide Which Makes This Channel Even BetterThe FilmOn TV Player Channel is almost like having a full cable sub on your TV for free.
Watch US Channels from CBS and USA plus some nice British channels as well.
If you tried the XTV channel and loved it, then you should really give this channel a try as well. The built in channel guide will let you see what's playing now and it shows upcoming shows as well. This is a really nice feature to have.
If you would like to learn a little more about this channel, be sure to check out Ryan's Blog.
Visit the TVPlayer website, and check out their streaming TV guide for all the channels available that you can watch free.
By itself FilmOn TV Player on Roku is one of those awesome channels that goes above and beyond the average sub-standard content that can often be found on many Roku channels. You owe it to yourself to give this channel a try. You have nothing to lose because this unofficial FilmOn TV Player private Roku channel is 100% FREE!
FilmOn TV Player is a Private channel which you can add to your Roku with a code.
Roku Private Channel Code: arteseafon
You can also add it to your Roku from this link by clicking: ADD CHANNEL
Be sure to give this private FilmOn TV Player Roku channel a try. You will probably be very glad you did.
Update: After a recent Roku software update, the UK BBC channels only work for just a few minutes. You will now need to bypass geo-blocking to watch this content outside of the UK. You can do this with a Free VPN and then cast these channels to your Roku using the TVPlayer website. Learn more...