Roku, the streaming video service owned by Apple, Google and Roku-owned video service provider Comcast, announced it will be adding streaming video to its home theater and gaming consoles starting in early 2018.
The service is called “Roku TV,” and it will allow people to watch their favorite movies, TV shows and TV shows online.
Roku has been selling a Roku TV bundle, which has been available since April, but the service is only available in the U.S. The new Roku TV will work with Roku TVs and Chromecasts from Comcast, Amazon, and other video service providers.
Roku is partnering with Amazon to make the service available to Amazon Prime subscribers, the company said in a blog post.
Roku TV costs $19.99 and works with the Roku 4, Roku 2, Roku 3, Roku TV Stick, Roku Streaming Stick, and Roku TV.
Roku’s first streaming video bundle with Amazon Prime customers was announced last year.
Roku launched a Roku Plus subscription service in January, which lets customers pay $60 a month for unlimited access to the streaming service.
The streaming service is also available for purchase through Amazon.
Roku and Amazon are also partners in the Comcast Chromecast Home Theater and Gaming Console.
The Roku Streaming TV service will be available on Roku TVs in 2018.
Roku also announced plans to add Netflix to its Roku TV service in early October.