Updated May 12, 2019 12:21:54A few weeks ago, Warner Bros., a joint venture between Warner Bros Interactive and Warner Bros Consumer Products, announced that it was launching Netflix on its streaming device, Roku.
Now Warner Bros has announced that Netflix is coming to its devices in the near future.
The streaming device will be called Roku Streaming Stick and will support a wide range of streaming services, including Netflix, Amazon, Hulu Plus, HBO GO, and others.
The Roku Streaming Service will be available in the United States and the UK.
The Roku Streaming Device is going to be available at launch, but you’ll need to register for a $19.99 a month Roku subscription, which means you’ll only be able to watch Netflix for the next year.
For comparison, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and the like all offer a monthly subscription for $9.99.
Netflix will only be available to those who sign up for the Roku Streaming service.
Warner Bros is offering a Roku Streaming Pro subscription for those who want to watch other streaming services for free.
The Pro subscription will cost $39.99, which is $15 more than the Roku Pro.
Warner Brothers says that Roku Streaming will support up to eight simultaneous streams and will provide support for streaming from “an infinite number of devices.”
The Roku Streamer will work with a Roku-based device or the Google Chromecast, which has a range of compatible devices.
The Google Chromecasts will support Netflix, HBO Go, and Hulu Plus.
You’ll be able buy the Roku streaming stick, Roku streaming TV, Roku Smart TV, or Roku Streaming Player, which will be a box that connects to a computer and connects to your TV via HDMI.
The stick is about the size of a large smartphone, and it comes with a remote and two HDMI cables, which you can plug into any TV you want.
The box is expected to ship sometime in early 2019.
You can order the Roku Streamers now, and they’re priced at $99.99 for a pair of Roku sticks, which would make them the cheapest streaming devices available for $149.99 right now.