ID stands for Investigation Discovery which is an American pay-TV network channel from Discovery Inc. The most famous shows of ID include See No Evil, On the Case with Paula Zahn, Disappeared, American Monster, Bad Blood, Cyr Wolfe, Evil Kin, Hell House, etc. To stream the ID channel, you can install the TV Eveyerwhere app called ID GO on your streaming device. You must require a cable or satellite TV subscription. Enjoy all the shows of ID with or without cable on your Roku with the following guide.
How to Add ID on Roku?
Step 1: Turn on your Roku streaming device and connect it to the internet.
Step 2: Press the home button on the remote. From the Roku home screen, go to Roku Channel Store by clicking on Streaming Channels.
Step 3: On the Roku Channel Store, choose the Search option.
Step 4: On the search field, type Investigation Discovery Go app. Select the app from the search results.
Step 5: On the app info screen, click on the Add Channel button.
Step 6: The channel will be downloaded and added to your Roku. Now launch the app on your streaming device.
Step 7: Follow the on-screen prompts. An activation code will appear on the screen.
Step 8: From any web browser, go to https://www.investigationdiscovery.com/activate/. Enter the activation code on the text field and click on the Activate button.
Now the channel on your streaming device will start loading the contents.
Alternative Ways to watch ID on Roku
You can install Discovery Plus on Roku and stream channels like HGTV, ID, TLC, Discovery, Food Network on Roku. It is a standalone streaming service to watch the above-mentioned channels without cable. The service costs $5/month with commercial. If you want to stream ad-free, then you have to pay $7/month.
Vidgo is one of the new streaming service providers that features 80+ live TV channels without cable or satellite TV subscriptions. It currently costs $10/month for the first 2 months and then you have to pay $55/month. You can install the channel from the Roku Channel Store and stream various national and local TV channels.
Another option that offers ID as a part of its live TV channels is Philo. Philo features 60+ live TB channels at just $25/month. You can install the channel from the Roku Channel Store and start streaming the contents by signing in with your user name and password. Apart from that, it also offers cloud DVR support for future streaming.
Hulu + Live TV
Hulu is one of the top streaming services that features 65+ live TV channels and a wide variety of Video On Demand. You can subscribe to any of its two streaming subscriptions: Basic + live TV costs $64.99/month and an ad-free premium + live TV costs $70.99/month. Investigation Discovery is one of the channels you can stream.
The service provider that offers 100+ live TV channels and 65000 VOD content is AT&T TV. It offers 65 channels for $69.99/month (ENTERTAINMENT), 90+ channels for $84.99/month (CHOICE), 130+ channels for $94.99/month (ULTIMATE) and 140+ channels for $139.99/month (PREMIER). ID is one of the channels.
Fubo TV is yet another streaming service provider that features the Investigation Discovery channel. You can get the channel as a part of any of its subscription packs. It costs $64.99/month for a Starter Pack, $69.99/month for a pro pack, and $79.99/month for an elite pack for streaming nearly 100+ live TV channels.
Sling TV is one of the best streaming service providers to stream live TV channels. And Sling TV offers three different subscription packs. The Sling Blue costs $35/month, Sling Orange costs $35/month, and the combined pack costs $50/month. Luckily you can subscribe to any of the three packs to get the ID channel.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I Watch ID on Roku?
You can install the Investigation Discovery Go channel from the Roku Channel Store to stream ID on Roku.
How can get the ID channel without cable?
You can stream ID with the following streaming service providers: Sling TV, Philo TV, Fubo TV, Hulu + Live TV, Vidgo, AT&T TV, YouTube TV.
Is ID GO free?
ID Go channel is free to install on your Roku streaming device. But to stream the contents, you may need a pay-TV subscription.