Norway’s weirdest TV show has landed on Netflix

Slow TV hits Netflix

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You’ll love falling asleep to Slow TV.

Thanks to Netflix, you can now watch some of Norway’s most, um, slow programming.

A live broadcast of a seven-hour train trip from Bergen to Oslo in 2009 welcomed Slow TV. The channel is extremely popular in Norway for its tremendously lengthy episodes of various mundane activities.

From a 134-hour cruise ship journey through Norway’s west coast to 18 hours of salmon swimming in the sea, this channel hosts anything and everything unusual and prolonged.

The show was previously only available in Norway.

Here are the shows that are all available on Netflix—go forth into that hazy night:

Slow TV: National Firewood Evening (2016)
Slow TV: National Firewood Morning (2016)
Slow TV: National Firewood Night (2016)
Slow TV: National Knitting Evening (2016)
Slow TV: National Knitting Morning (2016)
Slow TV: National Knitting Night (2016)
Slow TV: Northern Passage (2016)
Slow TV: Northern Railway (2016)
Slow TV: Salmon Fishing (2016)
Slow TV: The Telemark Canal (2016)
Slow TV: Train Ride Bergen to Oslo (2016)

Brianna Holt

Brianna Holt

Brianna Holt is a New York City journalist who covers entertainment and technology. Her work has appeared in MSN, Black Entertainment Television (BET), Best Life, and ONE37pm. She's a former music editor at BuzzFeed and previously served as an editorial intern with the Daily Dot in 2016.