BritBox is launching in more European countries soon!

It’s been confirmed that BritBox will be available in four more countries later this month.

Featuring the biggest collection of British television series in one place, the digital streaming service first launched in the United States five years ago.

Launches then followed in Canada in 2018, then in the UK in 2019, and in South Africa in 2021.

Thursday 28th April will see BritBox International debut in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Finland.

Nordic viewers will be able to watch thousands of hours of premium British content, from drama, crime and comedy to factual entertainment and lifestyle shows.


Reemah Sakaan, BritBox International CEO, commented: “Adding fresh Originals to our deep range of genres and quality classics is a powerful combination that has just helped us surpass 2.5 million subscribers around the world. Now, the BritBox team can’t wait to bring some of Britain’s biggest established names and brightest breakthrough stars to millions of new fans in the Nordics.”

As well as classic and contemporary content from the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5, in recent years BritBox has also been commissioning its own original content.

Programming so far includes new Agatha Christie adaptation Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?, Father Brown spin-off Sister Boniface Mysteries, and crime drama Magpie Murders.


Other upcoming content includes Stonehouse, starring Matthew Macfadyen and Keeley Hawes, Maxine Peake’s Anne, and new period drama series The Confessions of Frannie Langton.

Neale Dennett, New Markets Launch Director at BritBox International said: “We know that Nordic viewers are huge fans of British TV, and we’re sure they’ll be hooked on the content we’ll be including in BritBox from launch. Signing up is easy with our seven day free trial, and provides the immediate ability to binge-watch favourites like Peaky Blinders, Vera, The Office, and classics such as Absolutely Fabulous, Blackadder and Prime Suspect.”

He added: “We’ll also be bringing a wide range of the iconic period drama titles that Britain is so famous for, including Andrew Davies’ landmark Pride and Prejudice, as well as Brideshead Revisited, freshly remastered in HD.”


Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, and Finnish fans of British TV will be available to stream BritBox via the web at, on Android and Apple mobile/tablets, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Samsung Smart TV and LG Smart TV.

It’ll also be available for C More subscribers in Denmark, Finland and Sweden* and on TV 2 Play in Norway.

The prices (following a 7-day free trial are 89 SEK a month (or 695 SEK a year) in Sweden, 89 NOK a month (or 699 NOK a year) in Norway, 79 DKK a month (or 599 DKK a year) in Denmark, and 7.99 EUR a month (or 59.99 EUR a year) in Finland.