Roku Unveils Star-Studded 2023-24 Content Slate


Roku has revealed a slew of renewals and new original programming for its 2023-24 content slate, featuring stars such as Charlie Puth, Jessica Alba, Sofia Vergara, Reese Witherspoon, Zoe Saldaña and more.

Among the new series is Charlie Makes a Record (w.t.), an unscripted comedy that takes stories from Puth’s real life and elevates them to surreal scenarios as he writes new music and takes his career to new heights. It is being produced by Scout Productions.

Celebrity Family Cook Off (w.t.), hosted by Manolo Gonzalez Vergara and executive produced by Sofia Vergara, is also on the slate. In each episode, a food-loving celebrity and a family member face off against another celebrity family duo in a two-round battle of dinner and dessert. It is produced by Butternut and Latin World Entertainment.

Starring and executive produced by Juanpa Zurita, Carpe DM with Juanpa sees the Mexican adventurer and social media star face challenges that push his body and mind to the limit across the U.S. INE Entertainment and ARCO are producing.

Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine is producing Side Hustlers, featuring two savvy investors who mentor three aspiring entrepreneurs each, and ITV America’s High Noon Entertainment and Ready Set Go are producing Special Delivery, the first-ever food competition that tests chefs on how well they can craft dishes for at-home delivery.

Roku’s renewals include Honest Renovations, hosted and executive produced by Jessica Alba and Lizzy Mathis; Meet Me in Rome, part of the Meet Me franchise, with Hello Sunshine and Cinestar Pictures; and The Great American Baking Show.

David Eilenberg, head of content at Roku Media, said: “Bringing together the power of the Roku platform and the strong storytelling of our top-tier global creative partners has made Roku Originals unmissable TV for millions of streamers. We’re thrilled to delight our audience with new premium original series and proud to continue the Roku originals stories that audience already love, by bringing several series back for more.”