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The nights are drawing in, and is marking the occasion with a hefty dose of Scandi crime.

A deal with Arrow Films means the Nordic Noir likes of 'The Killing', 'Wallander' and 'The Bridge' are now available on the service.

The hook-up brings plenty of other international crime too, including Italian gambino outing 'Gomorrah', French cop show 'Braquo', and 'Prisoners of War', the Israeli show that inspired 'Homeland'.

You'll also get some Italian slashers, grindhouse classics, Japanese horror and independent American films. Those winter evenings will just fly by!

These go side by side with's Best of British category.

"Our users aren't purely interested in the latest Hollywood blockbusters, we see a desire for a more diverse range of genres and movie styles from all over the globe," Simon Homent, European content director at, said.

"The addition of some of the most popular cult TV series and movies from across Europe will set apart in a market that focuses on Hollywood content, and we will continue adding to it in future." has previously demonstrated 4K streams, hinting it could join Netflix in offering the higher resolution.

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