Ovation NOW is the overtime popular American television channel that connects the world with Art and Entertainment. It was launched in 1996 and is made available to all US households. Just by signing with your TV provider, you can watch all your favorite and popular series. If you’re a Roku user, then this article will be found useful as we have listed the steps to install Ovation NOW on Roku.
In Ovation NOW, you can watch full episodes of your favorite shows like Murdoch Mysteries, The Librarians, Frankie Drake Mysteries, Actors Studio, and much more. Apart from the series, you can enjoy the power of the art section, jaw-dropping artistry, artistic events, and iconic movies. The Ovation Now is available on the Roku Store.
How to Add Ovation NOW on Roku
 Connect your Roku device to the WiFi network.
 Next, on the Roku home screen, select the Streaming Channels option.
 On the next screen, click on Search Channels.
4] Type Ovation NOW and find the app.
 Then, click on Add Channel button.
 Select the Go to Channel button to launch the Ovation NOW app.
How to Get Ovation NOW on Roku from Roku Website
 Visit the Roku website and sign in with the account that you are using on your Roku device.
 Go to the Channel Store.
 Then, search for the Ovation NOW app.
 Click on Add channel to install the Ovation NOW app.
 After a few minutes, the Ovation NOW will get installed on your Roku.
How to Activate Ovation NOW on Roku
 You will get the Ovation NOW activation code on your TV screen when you launch the app for the first time.
 On the main screen, click Activate Now button.
 Visit the Ovation NOW activation website.
 Select your TV provider followed to that, choose Roku device.
 Then, enter the code and click the Continue button.
 The Ovation NOW gets activated and is ready to stream on your device.
Related: How to Install Ovation NOW on Google TV.
1. How do I get Ovation TV on Roku?
You will find the Ovation NOW on the Roku Channel Store.
2. Does Spectrum have Ovation Channel?
Ovation NOW is available on Spectrum, Verizon Fios, Comcast Cable, DIRECTV Stream.