- Installation: Go to the Roku home screen → Streaming Channels → Search Channels → Search for Court TV → Select Court TV → Add Channel → Click OK.
- Usage: Open Court TV → Choose a live news coverage → Start streaming.
Court TV is an application used to watch the nation’s essential legal trials. Here you can find the suits of brilliant and highly trusted legal journalists of America. Furthermore, you can filter live and recent iconic trials. The Court TV app is available for Android, iOS, Roku, Apple TV, Firestick, and more. Therefore, Roku users can add Court TV from the Roku Channel Store.
- Watch live trial coverage by renowned anchors like Ted Rowlands, Julie Grant, Ashley Willcott, Michael Ayala, and Vinnie Politan.
- It consists of legal-based news, talk shows, live homicide trial coverage, criminal justice programs, police force shows, and more.
- Enjoy streaming true-crime series like Judgement with Ashleigh Banfield.
How to Add Court TV on Roku
(1) Turn on your Roku TV and press the Home button on your Roku remote.
(2) Choose Streaming Channels on the home screen and select Search Channel.
(3) Enter Court TV on the search bar, and choose the Court TV app from the search results.
(4) Select Add Channel to install Court TV on your Roku device.
(5) Once the Court TV is added, select OK from the prompt.
(6) Then, choose the Go to Channel option to launch the Court TV channel.
Alternate Ways to Stream Court TV on Roku
You can use the Screen Mirroring feature to cast Court TV to your Roku device. Here are the possible ways to do the same.
- From PC
- Using an Android
- From iOS
First of all, you need to make sure that screen mirroring is allowed on Roku. If not, set up screen mirroring on Roku.
How to Set Up Screen Mirroring on Roku
(1) Turn on your Roku device-connected TV and select Settings on the home screen.
(2) Select System and choose Screen mirroring.
(3) Choose Screen mirroring mode and select either Prompt or Always Allow.
How to Screen Mirror Court TV using a PC
(1) Turn On your PC and select the browser.
(2) Visit the official website of Court TV.
(3) Click on Stream Live Now, and on the new page, you can watch Court TV Live.
(4) On your keyboard, press the Windows + K keys simultaneously. A new window will open on the right side of your PC screen.
(5) From the list of devices, choose your Roku device and select OK.
(6) Now your PC’s screen will be mirrored to your Roku device.
(7) Next, go to the Court TV webpage and watch its content on Roku TV.
Note: You can watch docusoaps, reality, and comedy shows by installing TruTV on Roku.
How to Screen Mirror Court TV using Android
(1) On your Android Smartphone, launch the Google Play Store.
(2) Click on the Search bar and enter Court TV. From the search results, choose the Court TV app.
(3) Select Install to install the Court TV app on your Android device.
(4) Wait for the installation process to finish and open the Court TV app.
(5) Go to the Notification Panel and select the Cast icon.
(6) From the list of available devices, choose your Roku device and select OK.
(7) The contents on your Android device’s screen will be mirrored to your Roku device.
(8) Select the shows or live TV you want and enjoy watching them on your Roku device.
How to Screen Mirror Court TV using iOS
You need to turn on the AirPlay option from your Roku TV settings for screen mirroring from an iOS device. Go to Settings > Apple AirPlay and HomeKit > Apple AirPlay and HomeKit Settings. Now, choose the AirPlay option and turn it on.
1. Go to the App Store on your iOS smartphone.
2. Search and install the Court TV app.
3. Now, go to the Control Center and tap on the Screen Mirroring icon.
4. Now, from the list of available devices, choose your Roku device.
5. Finally, your iOS screen will be mirrored to your Roku-connected TV.
6. After that, launch the Court TV app and play the legal trial you want.
Start watching Court TV legal suits on a big screen using screen mirroring.
Streaming Apps to Watch Court TV on Roku
Besides the dedicated app, you can also stream Court TV using the following streaming services.
Yes, Court TV is available on the Roku Channel Store.
Yes, Court TV is completely free. You don’t need any subscription to stream the content.