Full list of all Services, Apps, Channels, & Devices integrated into Fire TV’s Live Experience & Channel Guide


The Amazon Fire TV’s Live Experience, which makes accessing live linear content easier through various interfaces including a Live Tab, traditional Program Guide, and Home screen rows, has continuously evolved over the years. It started with the first Fire TV Edition televisions as the way to access antenna channels through the TV’s built-in OTA tuner and then expanded to all Fire TV devices with the inclusion of Prime Video Channels, streaming services, and apps. Here’s the full list of streaming services, apps, channels, and devices that integrate into the Fire TV’s Live TV interfaces.

Paid Streaming Services/Apps

These are paid services that provide cable-like packages of live channels that are streamed over the internet.

Free Streaming Services/Apps

These apps offer a variety of content that is organized into channels.

Prime Video Channels

Prime Video Channels are additional subscriptions added to your Prime membership. In addition to the live channels listed below, each subscription comes with a large selection of on-demand content.

Antenna Devices

The local Over-The-Air (OTA) channels picked up by an antenna connected to the built-in tuner in Fire TV Edition televisions and in the Fire TV Recast DVR are integrated into the Fire TV’s Live TV Experience and Channel Guide. There is no monthly subscription fee for either.

  • Amazon Fire TV Recast: Channels vary by those available in your location. The 2-tuner model with 500GB DVR is $229.99 and the 4-tuner model with 1TB DVR is $279.99.
  • Fire TV Edition televisions: Channels vary by those available in your location. Fire TV Edition televisions start at $149.99.

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4 comments
  1. Stephen A. Cuevas says:

    Any idea why Pluto only affords 52 – channels on the Live Experience / Channel Guide?

    • Ron says:

      Pluto doesn’t include any of the expensive sports channels. I tried 4-5 streaming packages and settled on Pluto and Locast.

  2. Lonster3000 says:

    No support for HDHomeRun devices? That would make this truly awesome.

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