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Re: Watching Season 3 Around the World

Postby MoondogJR » Mon Apr 10, 2017 3:48 am

Soolsma wrote:
Jerry Horne wrote:Belgium - Be tv.


As far as I know (or can find) there is no Belgian TV channel under that name. There is één (which in neighbouring countries is dubbed Belgie één, Belgium One), but I can't find information about them broadcasting it anywhere.

Source?


It's this: http://www.betv.be/fr/programmes/. Twin Peaks is sheduled for 22nd of may.

I think it is something mainly for Wallonië, I have send an e-mail to ask wheter I can receive it in Flanders (Belgium is a weird country, in case somebody is wondering...)
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Re: Watching Season 3 Around the World

Postby Kolja » Mon Apr 10, 2017 5:17 am

More Information about the german programming:
http://www.serienjunkies.de/news/twin-p ... 82566.html
Episodes in english will run parallel to showtime at 3am MEZ. German dubbed version the following thursdays at 8:15.
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Re: Watching Season 3 Around the World

Postby claaa7 » Mon Apr 10, 2017 5:42 am

i never used HBO Nordic but i will of course start a subscription close to the date.. but can you choose on/off for subtitles?
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Re: Watching Season 3 Around the World

Postby dreniu » Mon Apr 10, 2017 6:20 am

Hi all,

In Poland, HBO will show the new Twin Peaks season starting on 22nd of May with 2 hours premiere.
Moreover season 1 and 2 will be shown from 1st of May.
All episodes available also on HBO GO.
https://www.facebook.com/HBOPolska/phot ... =3&theater

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Postby Panapaok » Mon Apr 10, 2017 7:04 am

‘Twin Peaks’ Sets Deals for Germany, Russia, Central and Eastern Europe
CBS Studios Intl. has announced a raft of new deals for Showtime’s highly anticipated return of “Twin Peaks,” covering much of Central and Eastern Europe, including major-market deals in Germany and Russia.

“Twin Peaks” will be broadcast on Sky in Germany and Austria in parallel with its U.S. launch. The two-hour premiere airs simultaneously on May 21 on Showtime and in the early hours of May 22 in Germany and Austria via Sky On Demand, Sky Go and Sky Ticket. Sky Atlantic will then air a German-dubbed version of the show on May 25. The previous two seasons of the show, from a quarter-century ago, will be made available ahead of the launch on Sky Box Sets.

CBS secured twin deals in Russia for the return of “Twin Peaks” with the announcement of two licensing agreements. Russia’s TV-3 has taken free-to-air rights for the show, which will premiere in Russia in original language on May 22, just a day after its U.S. outing.

Amedia TV has acquired Russian pay-TV rights as part of a largely multi-platform licensing agreement for programming produced by CBS and Showtime. Amedia TV will also launch the show May 22 via its digital SVOD platform Amediateka.

CBS has also agreed a deal with HBO Europe that will see “Twin Peaks” premiere May 22 via HBO operator partners in Poland, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Moldova, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Re: Watching Season 3 Around the World

Postby bob_wooler » Mon Apr 10, 2017 10:19 am

claaa7 wrote:i never used HBO Nordic but i will of course start a subscription close to the date.. but can you choose on/off for subtitles?

Yes, you can turn subtitles on/off as you please (tho, with this high level of secrecy to s03, will they get the series in advance for subtitling at all?).
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Re: Watching Season 3 Around the World

Postby claaa7 » Mon Apr 10, 2017 1:06 pm

bob_wooler wrote:
claaa7 wrote:i never used HBO Nordic but i will of course start a subscription close to the date.. but can you choose on/off for subtitles?

Yes, you can turn subtitles on/off as you please (tho, with this high level of secrecy to s03, will they get the series in advance for subtitling at all?).


thanks.. good point.

the original series is already on HBO Nordic as well now
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Re: Watching Season 3 Around the World

Postby Pölkkyrouva » Tue Apr 11, 2017 12:03 am

bob_wooler wrote:
claaa7 wrote:i never used HBO Nordic but i will of course start a subscription close to the date.. but can you choose on/off for subtitles?

Yes, you can turn subtitles on/off as you please (tho, with this high level of secrecy to s03, will they get the series in advance for subtitling at all?).


I believe they get the series (or at least audio tracks) in advance. HBO Nordic has so far had every series they've shown in simulcast subtitled from Game of Thrones to Vikings. Quality isn't always top-notch when they have to translate in a hurry though. I bet Twin Peaks is no different, even though secrecy surrounding Peaks is maybe even higher than in GoT.

Btw I loathe that HBO uses those German episode names. Cringeworthy names like Rest in Pain make episodes feel much worse.
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Re: Watching Season 3 Around the World

Postby Rainwater » Tue Apr 11, 2017 2:22 am

Pölkkyrouva wrote:Btw I loathe that HBO uses those German episode names. Cringeworthy names like Reat in Pain make episodes feel much worse.

I wonder why nobody ever thought to ask L/F to come up with their own names for the episodes. I'm sure they could think of some interesting titles.
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Re: Watching Season 3 Around the World

Postby FrostedCherries » Tue Apr 11, 2017 3:35 am

Great news about Sky Germany! So what we know for sure is there's going to be a simultaneous premiere of part 1 & 2 in the original version per VOD via e.g. a throwaway Sky Ticket subscription for the month of May. The rest of it will be on regular Sky Atlantic HD (dubbed version I take it) from the 25th with weekly parts, except for the first two weeks showing 2 parts each.

My question: I was going for monthly Sky Ticket subscriptions for the whole series. So that would have been May to September, which would be about 50 Euro in total. But does this make sense? And is Sky Atlantic HD even bookable via Ticket? It says "selected contents" are, no idea if TP will be one of them. Actually I didn't want to go for an annual subscription, but if it's the only way ...
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Re: Watching Season 3 Around the World

Postby MoondogJR » Tue Apr 11, 2017 3:55 am

MoondogJR wrote:
Soolsma wrote:
Jerry Horne wrote:Belgium - Be tv.


As far as I know (or can find) there is no Belgian TV channel under that name. There is één (which in neighbouring countries is dubbed Belgie één, Belgium One), but I can't find information about them broadcasting it anywhere.

Source?


It's this: http://www.betv.be/fr/programmes/. Twin Peaks is sheduled for 22nd of may.

I think it is something mainly for Wallonië, I have send an e-mail to ask wheter I can receive it in Flanders (Belgium is a weird country, in case somebody is wondering...)


I got a reaction from Be TV. Only available in Wallonie, not Flanders :(
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Re: Watching Season 3 Around the World

Postby Metamorphia » Tue Apr 11, 2017 4:41 am

For fellow UKers, could someone clarify for me how NowTV works exactly? If I get a NowTV box and a subscription, will I be able to watch Sky Atlantic live? The only issue I can think of is whether the box needs an aerial or whether it works wirelessly.
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Re: Watching Season 3 Around the World

Postby Trudy Chelgren » Tue Apr 11, 2017 10:38 am

Metamorphia wrote:
For fellow UKers, could someone clarify for me how NowTV works exactly? If I get a NowTV box and a subscription, will I be able to watch Sky Atlantic live? The only issue I can think of is whether the box needs an aerial or whether it works wirelessly.


From what I understand, to watch Sky Atlantic live through NowTV you will need to connect the box to an aerial. Any catch-up apps go through the broadband. I'll have to do NowTV as well, I just hope the ads don't ruin it.
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Re: Watching Season 3 Around the World

Postby Dalai Cooper » Tue Apr 11, 2017 1:17 pm

You can play Now Tv on your computer (on their site, just like iplayer or Netflix) or your tablet (via their app) so if you have a way to run either of those through your tv you won't need an aerial

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