Steven Van Zandt of "The Sopranos" and Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band is back as a Gangster ... this time in Norway
Tune In to Netflix Beginning Today to Instantly Watch All 8 Episodes of the Entire First Season in the USA, Canada & Latin America
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Feb. 6, 2012 /CNW/ - "Lilyhammer," a gripping fish-out-of-water story set in Norway and starring "The Sopranos" mainstay and E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt, is a new Original Series premiering on Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) to watch instantly beginning today, February 6, 2012, in the USA, Canada and Latin America.
"Lilyhammer," follows New York mobster Frank "The Fixer" Tagliano as he enters the federal witness protection program after ratting on his boss. A sports fan, Frank wants to make his new life in Lillehammer, the Norwegian town that hosted the 1994 Winter Olympics – or as he calls it "Lilyhammer." Frank has visions of a paradise of "clean air, fresh white snow and gorgeous broads" far away from the temptations of the Big Apple and from mob hit men. Reality, of course, turns out to be spectacularly different.
All eight first season episodes of "Lilyhammer" are available beginning today for Netflix members to instantly watch by streaming over the Internet to connected TVs, tablets, game consoles, computers and mobile phones.
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"Lilyhammer" was developed by Rubicon TV AS (creator, Anne Bjornstad & Eilif Skodvin). The Writers on the Show include Anne Bjornstad, Eilif Skodvin and Steven Van Zandt. Producers include Trond Berg Nilsen and Agnete Thuland. Executive Producers include Lasse Hallberg & Steven Van Zandt. The series is a production by Rubicon TV AS.
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Netflix, Steve Swasey, +1-408-540-3947, email@example.com; or ID, Annick Muller, or Rhett Usry, or Rebecca Sides, or Charlotte Burke, +-1-212-334-0333, Lilyhammer@id-pr.com