Does the issue only occur on CBS or across other channels installed on your Roku device?
Have you tried removing CBS and then re-installing it again? If not, we suggest starting there. To ensure the process is successful, make sure to restart your device before adding the channel back in. We recommend doing this through the Settings menu by navigating to Settings > System > Power (If there is no Power submenu, proceed to the next step.) > System restart.
Go to CBS settings on Roku, sign out of your TV provider then sign back in, you’ll be given a code to go to cbs.com/tv/roku on your pad or phone, input the code and pick your tv provider, sign in with your provider then you’ll be prompt to start watching your cbs programs.
@LM808 — I'm sorry, but did you happen to not read anything prior? We all know how to do that. The issue isn't that that doesn't work. It's that CBS and/or Roku have chosen not to cache that correct so the next time you come back, say the next day, you have to do it all over again, every. single. time. which is *highly* annoying.
"Okay that is the problem then, the cbs channel/content has been discontinued for quite some time now, and is no longer supported. So it sounds like you're trying to use an outdated app.
Cbs merged with paramount, the cbs app was dropped, and now all cbs content is accessed through the Paramount Plus app. You will need to go to the Apps (channel store) heading at the top right of the roku screen to search/browse for the paramount app there to install it and then follow the prompts to create a paramount account."
Well the revelation is that it is Paramount+ and you have to pay for it to get Live TV. I did a free trial and was able to get Sunday Night Football. It looks like it is $4.99/m but to get your local affiliate it is $9.99/m.