On January 1st Sherlock: The Abominable Bride had its premiere on BBC in England, but not only on BBC in England, because other TV stations also showed the new Sherlock episode, for example, NRK in Norway.
Since then they have now made the Sherlock episode available in their content library and until January 10th anyone can freely watch the episode online on the NRK website. There is, of course, a slight problem and that is if you are located outside Norway because you will need a Norwegian IP address to watch this episode and most other content on the NRK website.
So what can be done if you want to watch Sherlock: The Abominable Bride on the NRK website still? The solution is to get an IP address in Norway and once you have acquired your Norwegian IP address you will be able to watch Sherlock on the NRK website.
If you try to watch Sherlock on NRK from outside Norway then you will see the message as you can see in the image above. Luckily it is very easy to get rid of that message and if you want to watch NRK from abroad then just read my article on how to watch NRK from outside Norway and get started right away watching!
There are loads of other things you can watch on the NRK website in addition to the latest Sherlock episode. You can follow the NRK stream live online as well, meaning that you can watch ski jumping and other winter sports online, and you can watch an episode of Broen and other TV series in the library.
NRK is not giving up on Lilyhammer, even though it seems as if Netflix has. Based on comments from NRK they said that they can not at all confirm the tweet made by Steven van Zandt that Lilyhammer is to rest in peace, something telling us that everything is finished with this brilliant co production produced with Netflix money (first of all) in Norway by NRK.
Even though NRK does not confirming the end of Lilyhammer, it seems to be quite logical that everything will go towards an end at the moment. Based on a drop in the amount of viewers and the problems and disagreements between Netflix and NRK, it seems that it will be hard to make this cooperation continue. So, the question is rather if NRK could be able to make and produce this TV series without the support of Netflix? Probably not, because the budget would be to high, and without Netflix there would not be enough people actually willing to pay for it and watch it as the big viewer amount on Netflix would not be able to get their hands on it.
So, even though I hope Lilyhammer will continue, I do not believe Lilyhammer has a future without the support and viewers located on Netflix. Despite its success and fan group, there are so many other shows to be produced on Netflix and so many other productions enjoying more viewers and probably even cheaper to produce (Norway is a very expensive nation to produce in). So, time will show, and as soon as I know something more, I will write about it here.
Until then you can watch the three seasons on Netflix. For more information about watching NRK online from abroad, read here.
NRK is the state TV channel in Norway, and as always they will broadcast from the Eurovision 2015 both on TVs and online on their website. So, if you want to watch all your favorite artists from all the 40 nations as they perform online, then you can do so on NRK.no.
What you need for this to work is a Norwegian IP address, and once you have that, you can watch NRK online from all across the world. You can read more about that in my main article here on this page which is dedicated to give out information on how to watch NRK in Norway from abroad, but the answer is shortly to use the VPN services of HideMyAss, the best VPN provider for those who want to watch NRK online from outside Norway.Visit HideMyAss websiteAnd get your desired IP address in seconds
Once you click the button above you will be sent to the HideMyAss website where you can sign up for their services, and once you have done so and downloaded their program you can connect to a server in Norway, and then you will be able to watch Eurovision 2015 online on NRK.no, wherever you are in the world.
Read more about Vienna and what is going on in the Vienna Guide.
Are you a fan of a good chess game? It is time for revenge for Anand Viswanathan as he plays against Magnus Carlsen from Norway in Sochi. The first match will be played on November 8th starting at 13.00 (Norwegian time), 15.00 local time.
If you want to watch this match and all the other matches between Anand Viswanathan and Magnus Carlsen online that can be done easily at NRK.no. All you need to have for this to work is a Norwegian IP address, and you can find out more about how to watch NRK from abroad here on this site.
After the Winter Olympics being arranged in Sochi earlier this year, and recently the Formula 1 enthusiasts and stars also visited Sochi, and as you understand, now it is time for the best chess players in the world to visit Sochi.
The first player to reach 6,5 point will win, and there is a maximum of 12 matches to be played.
NRK will be broadcasting from the World Cup 2014 together with TV2 in Norway. It will be possible to watch the matches broadcasted by NRK live online, but to watch them, you will need a Norwegian IP address.
To watch the World Cup 2014 on NRK from outside Norway, I recommend using HideMyAss, a brilliant VPN provider with more than 1000 IP addresses available in Norway. All you need to do is to visit their website and sign up, and then connect to a server in Norway, and after restarting your browser you will be able to watch the World Cup 2014 online.
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