Amazon's LoveFilm to launch "Vikings" in UK, Germany

Friday 10 May 2013 | 19:41 CET | News
Amazon's LoveFilm, along with MGM Television (MGM), has announced the premiere of the US television series "Vikings," exclusively on LoveFilm Instant in the UK and Germany. From 24 May, member of LoveFilm Instant in the UK will be able to watch all nine episodes of the Norse action-drama in full high-definition. The series will be available from LoveFilm in Germany beginning the 15 of June.

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