Rachel Maddow is an American News channel host who carries over a show called The Rachel Maddow Show (TRMS). TRMS is an American liberal News and political opinion television program airing on the MSNBC channel at 9.00 pm ET from Monday to Friday. The show was started in 2008 and has been successfully running still now. It has got more than 1500 episodes. If you have a Roku Streaming device, you can add an NBC News channel on Roku to stream Rachel Maddow.
Rachel Maddow on Roku
As said, you can install the NBC News channel on Roku to stream the show. You can get MSNBC with NBC on Roku. NBC subscription costs $4.99/month, with ads and ad-free streaming costs $9.99/month.
(1) Connect your Roku device with your TV and make sure to boot it up. Connect it to an uninterrupted internet or Wi-Fi network.
(2) If you are accessing the device for the first time, log in to your account and press the remote’s home button.
(3) From your Roku home screen, click on the Streaming Channels option to navigate to the Roku Channel Store.
(4) Now choose the Search Channels and type NBC on the search field.
(5) Select the NBC app from the search results.
(6) Click on the Add Channel button on the app installation screen.
(7) Now open the app, and then click on the Sign-in option.
(8) An activation code will appear on the screen.
(9) From your phone or computer web browser go to https://www.nbc.com/nbcuniversalfamily/activate.
(10) Enter the activation code and click Continue. Log in to your account.
Alternative Ways to Stream Rachel Maddow on Roku
The following are the various stream service providers that feature the Rachel Maddow show:
With Fubo TV on Roku, the users will be getting live TV channels like ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN, etc. You will also be getting the NBC live TV channel to stream Rachel Maddow on Roku. It offers two different subscription packs. The Family subscription costs $64.99/month offers 95+ channels for 3 devices, and an Elite pack at $79.99/month offers 153+ live TV channels for 6 simultaneous streams.
Hulu + Live TV is one of the best streaming service providers with nearly 65+ live tv channels. The live TV channels offered by Hulu include A&E, ABC, Boomerang, NBC, CBS, Fox, CNN, etc. Ad-supported Live TV streaming costs $64.99/month, and ad-free streaming costs $70.99/month. You can get NBC and stream Rachel Maddow by 9.00 pm ET sharp with Hulu on Roku.
AT&T TV is one of the most used TV service providers that offers 100s of Live TV channels under 4 different subscription packs. The basic subscription costs $69.99/month for 65+ channels, $84.99/month for 80+ channels, $94.99/month for 109+ live TV channels and goes up to $139/month for 149+ channels. It offers channels like NBC, A&E, ESPN, Fox, CBS, CNN, MTV, etc.
Sling TV is one of the best streaming service providers with 100s of live TV channels under three different packs. The Sling Blue pack offers 47+ live TV channels at $35/month, and The Sling Orange pack offers 53+ live TV channels at $35/month, and a combined pack that offers 100+ live TV channels at $50/month. It features A&E, AMC, AXS TV, TBS, NBC, ABC, ESPN, TNT, CNN, etc.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you watch Rachel Maddow on Roku?$
You can stream the show with the NBC app on Roku. And the above-mentioned streaming service providers also do.
Is streaming Rachel Maddow free on Roku?
No. To stream with NBC, you need to pay $4.99/month or $9.99/month. Also, to stream with other service providers, you may need to pay for the provider you are choosing.