Thanks for letting us know about the issue you're experiencing.
Did you restart your Roku device before reinstalling the channel? That step is crucial when performing the troubleshooting. If you haven't tried the suggested order (remove > restart > reinstall), we would recommend giving it a shot once again. We also suggest doing the restart from the Settings menu by navigating to Settings > System > Power (If you do not see a Power submenu, skip to the next step.) > System restart.
Have you checked other channels if the same issue occurs? Also, could you tell us how are you powering your Roku device? Is it connected to the USB port of the TV or to a wall outlet? In some cases, the USB power provided by the TV is not sufficient to power the device. Even though your Roku device may appear to be working, running with insufficient power can lead to instability, crashing, and other unpredictable behavior.
Using the included power cord and power adapter, we suggest plugging your Roku into a working power outlet in the wall. Powering it through a power outlet in the wall has the additional advantage that your Roku player will not need to power up every time you turn on your TV. This means your Roku player will be up and running faster than it would be connected to a TV.
I'm having the same problem with Hulu. When I arrow down to "continue watching," it crashes back to the home screen.
But there's more to the story. Things were fine earlier this evening. Watched a program on Paramount+ with no problem. Then tried to watch something on Hoopla, but got an HDCP error. Then poked around on another channel and got another HDCP error. Pretty sure we also saw the Hulu problem at that point.
So unplugged the Roku from the TV and plugged it back in. The HDCP error went away, but since then, trying to watch on Hoopla crashes out, and Hulu is giving the behavior above.
I unplugged the Roku from the TV again, this time unplugging the USB as well. Replugged, but the problem persists. I tried a restart of the Roku. Still persists.