Thanks again for your patience everyone.
Good news—we believe this issue should now be resolved. Please go ahead and try restarting your devices, then playing content again. You can restart your device from Settings>System>System restart, or by disconnecting the power for a minute or two. This should clear things up and get you back on track.
Please keep us posted if you're still seeing this issue after you've tried simply restarting your device, and/or troubleshooting the channel installation (remove the channel, restart your device, reinstall the channel).
Sorry Tanner, I followed your suggestion and the problem remains on my Roku Express+ 3710RW. You may wish to relay to the engineers that some users reported temporary relief for a few hours but the issue re-emerged a few hours later. More extensive testing may be required. Streaming a 43-minute program on Netflix, my system bounced to the home screen exactly 30 minutes into the show.
Reply 2 to @RokuTannerD
Netflix got through an entire 43 minute program without interruption. And now I'm almost 2 hours into a movie on Amazon Prime Video with no interruptions.
For now, the problem may be resolved. I deleted each channel, restarted the Roku, and reinstalled each channel. Hopefully that won't be required for every channel. I'll report back if there is anything new.
Thanks again, Gene
Everything seems to be back to normal. All of the TV's I have Roku hooked up to use composite cables that's why I use the Express+.
PlutoTv is glitchy but, it's always seems to have issues. Mostly just freezing up. Some of the other channels like CNBC have issues with the sound lagging the video. All problems that can be dealt with on another thread.
Thanks, Roku Team!