Shows you must watch on Roku this August

Every month we entertain you by bringing various genres shows to your TV and this August you have good choices too like “The Get Down” the most expensive show on Netflix , You’re the Worst (August 31), Bachelor in Paradise (August 2) and more.

July was great and we had a huge list of content to binge through such as Netflix’s “Stranger things” and others shows which were recommended in the month of July. But this August we have a plethora of TV shows to keep you much entertained and keep you hooked to your TV screen. However, to ensure that you don’t miss out any of them you will receive notification in Roku Feed under the category “My Feed” on Roku home screen when the shows are available for streaming.


Below is the list of the shows which you can follow on Roku in the month of August.

  1. The Get Down (Aug12)- The show is about a group of teenagers who run wild in the street of Bronx in the late 70’s. The show brings hip hop vibes to your TV screens and is available to stream on Netflix.
  2. You’re the Worst (August 31)-It is a show about two self-destructive people who fall in love and then tries to take their relationship further. The show is available to stream on FXNOW.
  3. Bar Rescue (August 7) – John Taffer, a nightlife expert travels around the country and transforms a struggling bar into a vibrant business. Available to stream on Spike.
  4. Superstore (August 19) – The show is all about the lives of the employees at a big box store. Available to stream on NBC.
  5. Bachelor in Paradise (August 2)– This show is about the contestants who were the part of Bachelor and Bachelorette previous seasons gets another chance to fall in love in Bachelor in Paradise with other previous contestants. You can stream it on ABC and Hulu.
  6. Halt and Catch Fire (August 23) – This American drama is all set in the early 1980s, this series depicts the personal computing boom through the eyes of the visionary. It is available on AMC or Sling TV.
  7. Hard Knocks: It is a reality documentary series which is produced by HBO and NFL films. Each season of the show focuses National Football League and the show displays team’s preparation for the upcoming football season. Available to stream on HBO NOW.

You can also watch Fear the Walking Dead (August 21) which is available for streaming on AMC or Sling TV and 60 Days In (August 18) available on A&E.

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