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13 great television channels that you can stream live. 1000s of episodes on demand. All, for the low price of $12.99 / month.
STACKTV is a streaming channel available for Amazon Prime subscribers through Amazon Prime Video Channels. Current subscribers to Prime Video can sign-up for STACKTV with a 30-day free trial and then for $12.99/month following the free trial.
STACKTV is also available through Rogers. Customers can add STACKTV to their monthly Ignite TV or Ignite SmartStream, following a free 30-day trial for new customers.
Once registered you will be able to watch STACKTV on any device that can access Prime Video or Rogers Ignite Entertainment platforms, including Connected Smart TVs, iOS and Android mobile devices.
Networks include Global, Food Network Canada, HGTV Canada, W Network, History, Adult Swim, Slice, Showcase, National Geographic, Lifetime, Teletoon, Treehouse & YTV
STACKTV is the first offering of its kind for Corus – it’s the only product in the Canadian marketplace that offers 13 top-tier linear broadcast networks live or on-demand through a streaming platform.
While we offer the most current season on-demand for most series, some series have limited VOD offerings based on the rights made available to Corus. However, the number of titles with full seasons have been increasing year over year. Series will full season stacking rights typically stay up for 60 days after the finale so that viewers have an opportunity to binge watch that program in its entirety.
Episodes are available on the platform On Demand next day, typically within 24 hours after its live airdate.
STACKTV is a streaming channel that is available through Amazon Prime Video Channels and Rogers Ignite Entertainment platforms in Canada only.
For existing Amazon Prime Video customers, please visit the Prime Video help page.
For Rogers Ignite customers, please visit the Rogers Ignite help page.