Mountain Monsters is an American television series from the Discovery network. It is a reality show featuring the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (A.I.M.S). It is hosted by six West Virginian hunters. They investigate unidentified creatures in the Appalachian mountains. It has a total of 69 episodes in 7 different seasons. The show features the AIMS members John Tice, Jef Headlee, Willy McQuillian, Joseph Lott, William Nef, and Jacob Lowe. Let’s see how to stream Mountain Monsters on Roku.

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How to Stream Mountain Monsters on Roku?

We can watch Mountain Monsters on Roku using the Travel Channel.

1. Launch the Roku homepage by pressing the Home button on your remote.

2. Select the Streaming Channels option from the menu.

3. Navigate to and select the Search Channels option.

4. Type and search for Travel Channel Go and select it from the search results.

5. Click on the Add Channel button to start downloading it.

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6. Press on the OK  button as the download completes.

7. Launch the new Travel Channel Go from the home screen.

8. Click on Activate and enter the service provider from the list.

9. Note down the activation code that appears on TV.

10. On a web browser, visit travelchannel.com/roku.

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11. Enter the activation code in the space provided and then click on Activate.

12. Now, the Travel Channel activates on Roku. Furthermore, stream Mountain Monsters in it.

How to Watch Mountain Monsters on Roku Device / TV

Alternative ways to watch Mountain Monsters on Roku

Apart from getting the Destination America channel on Roku, we can watch episodes of different seasons of Mountain Monsters on Roku in other ways. Let’s discuss more these options.

Discovery+

Discovery Plus is a service provider from Discovery, Inc. This streams a lot of channels on the network including HGTV, TLC, ID, Discovery, Discovery Originals, and History. Additionally, you can watch episodes of Mountain Monsters on TLC, ID, and on-demand. Furthermore, you can watch behind-the-scenes, bloopers, and uncut videos. The subscription on Discovery+ will cost you only $6.99 per month.

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Destination America

Destination America is a Roku channel from the Discovery network. It streams episodes of past episodes of Mountain Monsters. Apart from Mountain Monsters, it streams When Ghosts Speak, Paranormal Lockdown, and My Haunted House. We can add Destination America on Roku from the channel Store.

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fuboTV

fuboTV is one of the popular streaming services with a better line-up of sports channels. Additionally, it has popular Live TV channels and on-demand content. You can access channels like Investigation Discovery, Travel Channel, and TLC on fuboTV where you can watch the mountain monsters.

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Philo

Philo is another finest service provider available on Roku. It has a well-compiled collection of popular channels brought to you. Philo is based on a monthly subscription plan. In other words, Philo streams over 60 channels at $20 per month. Furthermore, you can add channel add-ons to your subscription. Moreover, get ID, Travel Channel, and TLC, where you can watch the Mountain Monster show.  

Philo Mountain Monsters on Roku

Hulu+LiveTV

Hulu+Live Tv is a prominent provider on Roku with Live TV channels and on-demand content. It has different plans for streaming both with and without ads. Furthermore, it streams channels like Travel Channel, TLC, and ID, where you can enjoy watching Mountain Monsters.

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Sling TV

Sling TV is a premium subscription-based streaming platform with different plans. The Sling Blue and Sling Orange plan on Roku brings to you Live TV channels and on-demand content. You can stream Mountain Monster’s show on Sling TV with channels like TLC, ID, and Travel Channel.

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AT&T TV

AT&T TV is one of the best solutions to Live TV streaming on Roku. It has different attractive plans to choose om streaming your favorite plans. With these different plans, stream Mountain Monsters on Live TV channels like TLC, ID, and Travel Channel.

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Wrapping Up

Mountain Monsters is a very interesting show that features the A.I.M.S members visit places where the sight of certain creatures is reported. They explain to us the features of the creature and interviews the eye-witnesses. Furthermore, they conduct night investigations and evidence collections. Get thrilled by streaming Mountain Monsters on Roku.