Watching MeTV on Your Roku Device

Have you heard of MeTV? It stands for Memorable Entertainment Television and features classic shows from the 1950s to the early 90s. I love watching old sitcoms and dramas on MeTV, but was bummed when I realized there’s no official Roku app.

After some digging around, I found a couple workarounds to get MeTV on your Roku. Keep reading and I’ll walk you through exactly how to do it.

What is MeTV?

MeTV is owned by Weigel Broadcasting and airs programming like I Love Lucy, The Andy Griffith Show, Bonanza, Hawaii Five-O, and tons more classics. It’s available on platforms like:

  • DISH Network
  • Free C-band satellite
  • AT&T U-verse
  • Certain cable providers

So why not Roku? Unfortunately MeTV just doesn’t have an official Roku channel yet. But don’t worry, where there’s a will there’s a way!

Method #1: Use the ClearStream TV App

The ClearStream TV app lets you access over-the-air channels on your Roku after setting up an HDTV antenna. Here’s how:

What You Need

  • Roku device
  • HDTV antenna
  • ClearStream TV Over-The-Air Digital Tuner
  • Wireless router
  • ClearStream TV app

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Connect the ClearStream Tuner to your HDTV antenna and power source.
  2. Download the ClearStream TV app on your Roku device.
  3. Follow the on-screen instructions to connect the app to your WiFi.
  4. You can now watch live, local TV including MeTV!

Bonus: The ClearStream TV app comes with a channel guide, lets you pause/rewind live TV up to an hour, and works with one device at a time.

Method #2: Cast from Your Laptop

If you don’t have the gear for Method #1, you can also:

  1. Connect your Windows/Mac laptop to your TV with an HDMI cable.
  2. On your TV remote, switch the input over to the HDMI source.
  3. Navigate to on your laptop browser.
  4. Click Log In and enter your MeTV account info.
  5. Play a show and it will display on your TV screen!

This gives you access to the full MeTV streaming library. Just note that your laptop will need to stay connected to power and WiFi during viewing sessions.

More Ways to Watch Classic TV

Beyond MeTV, tons of retro programming is on apps like:

  • Antenna TV
  • Buzzr
  • PLUTO TV’s Classic TV channel

So explore those free options if you’re looking for more blast-from-the-past entertainment!

I hope these tips for getting MeTV on your Roku were helpful. Now just grab some snacks, put on your comfiest clothes, and enjoy the Simpsons and more classics from years past.

Let me know in the comments if you have any other questions!

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