Mountain Monsters is the American TV show from Discovery. It is a show with professional hillbilly hunters that search for mysterious creatures. The mountains of the Appalachian have been known for various mysterious creatures for decades. Kentucky Wolfman, Lizard Demon, Legendary Mothman, and the beasts are in the run as the hunters follow the fresh physical evidence by eyewitnesses in the region. The program is airing on the Travel Channel. The first 5 seasons were aired on Destination America. So let us see where anyone can stream this mysterious Mountain Monsters on Roku.

How to Stream Mountain Monsters on Roku?

There are various ways to stream Mountain Monsters on Roku. Consider the following options that are officially available on the Roku Channel Store:

Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime Video on Roku

Amazon Prime features all the seasons of Mountain Monsters that have been aired so far. It is one of the amazing streaming services that offer various Video On Demand movies, TV shows, etc. Other than just video streaming, you will get various other services too. It costs $12.99/month and $119/year.

Travel Channel

Mountain Monsters on Roku - Travel Channel go on Roku

The upcoming episodes and seasons will be aired on the Travel Channel. The Roku Channel Store has got the Travel Channel Go TV Everywhere application to log in with any cable or satellite TV service providers. You can install the app for free and log in with any of the TV service providers.

Discovery +

Mountain Monsters on Roku - Discovery Plus on Roku

The next best option to watch Mountain Monsters is the Discovery Plus channel on your Roku streaming device. Discovery plus offers various real-lift entertainment, reality shows, fiction, and non-fiction shows. There are various original programs. It costs $4.99/month to stream more than 50000+ episodes.

Destination America

Mountain Monsters on Roku - Destination America on Roku

The first 5 seasons of the Mountain Monster have been aired on this channel. With the Destination America Go channel on your Roku, you can stream various on-demand and live TV shows and episodes. It is a TV everywhere app like the Travel Channel, so you need to sign in with the cable or satellite TV service provider.


Philo on Roku

Philo is one of the best options to stream live TV channels at $20/month. With more than 60 channels, the viewers can also get Destination America and The Travel Channel with Philo. You can watch any season or episode you want to stream with the Philo TV. It also offers various on-demand content.

Hulu + Live TV

Hulu on Roku

Hulu has come up with Live TV channels. It does feature Destination America and The Travel Channel available with the subscription of Hulu + Live TV. Hulu + Live TV costs $64.99/month and ad-free live TV costs $70.99/month. It offers nearly 65 + Live TV channels along with a huge collection of On-Demand Video content.


AT&T TV on Roku

This is one of the best streaming service providers that offer nearly 140+ live TV channels. And all the available subscription packages have got both the Travel Channel and Destination America. 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).

Fubo TV

Fubo TV on Roku

FuboTV features nearly 100s of live TV channels. It mainly features various sports tv channels and various other entertainment channels and the Travel Channel and Destination America. It costs $64.99/month for a Starter Pack, $69.99/month for a pro pack, and $79.99/month for an elite pack.

Sling TV

Sling TV on Roku

The Sling TV is the best choice to have live TV channels on your Roku-connected TV. It offers three different packages. Sling Orange at $35/month, the Sling Blue packages cost $35/month and the combined pack at $45/month are three different packages that will have Destination America and the Travel Channel.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I watch Mountain Monsters on Roku?

Yes, you can watch Mountain Monsters with Roku with any of the above TV service providers. All the channels are available on Roku.

Who are the team members?

The Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings is a team of hunters and trappers. The team includes John “Trapper” Tice, Jacob “Buke” Lowe, Joseph “Huckleberry” Lott, Jeff Headlee, Willy McQuillan, William “Wild Bill” Neff.