Cracked's new Roku channel offers viewers first dibs on new videos

Humor website launched Roku channel on Sept. 29
Posted at 12:17 PM, Sep 29, 2016

Cracked has launched a new Roku channel that will give viewers an early look at its latest videos.

The humor website's YouTube channel has more than 1.2 million subscribers and hosts several popular video series, including "Honest Ads" and "After Hours."

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Its new Roku channel will showcase the brand's past videos and also promises to give viewers the first chance to see episodes of a new Halloween-theme series called "Tales to Get Scared To."

"Bringing Cracked to Roku gives our loyal fans a new way to enjoy watching our high quality content on their big screens," said Mandy Ng Rusin, Cracked's general manager, in a statement. "It gives us the opportunity to connect with a new audience."

The Cracked channel is now available for free from the Roku Channel store.

Editor's Note: Cracked is owned by The E.W. Scripps Company, which also owns this broadcast station.