The Norwegian series SKAM has taken Denmark by storm and soon the long-awaited season 4 lands. Once we Danes were free to follow on, but it is over due to a dispute over rights. If you visit SHame on is the message that NRK has no rights to display the program outside Norway.

Season 1-3 is on DR3, where they can be seen for free and season 4 will also be shown here, but with a few days delay. If you are a customer of Yousee, you can follow on NRK3. If you want to see the new episodes immediately and are not a customer of Yousee, you will therefore either have to take a trip north or follow our guide.

Here's how you do it:

  1. Visit Unlocator and get a free trial subscription.
  2. Follow Unlocator's instructions to change DNS (it's easy)
  3. You can now be ashamed of

Unlocator can be tried for free for 7 days and only requires you to register with your email address. If you want to continue using Unlocator after the trial period, it costs $ 5 per. md. (Kr. 32).

The method is 100% legal, works on all types of devices (PC, smartphones, tablets, Smart TV, etc.) and is easy to use. As well as being able to join Season 4 from the start, it also allows you to see all the episodes of Season 1-3, which are already published and can be viewed right away.

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"NRK does not have the rights to show this program outside Norway." Fortunately, you can afford that.

How does NRK block in order to see SKAM from Denmark?

All devices connected to the Internet such as computers, smartphones, tablets, Smart TV, etc. has an IP address that is used to identify devices that are “talking to each other”. Just as you can see from a regular address where in the world it is located, you can also from an IP address see where in the world the device is located.

When you visit to watch SHAME, their system can see which IP address you have and in that way it can also see where in the world you are. After this, it is so very simple that if the system can see that you are in Norway, then you can stream NRK's ​​programs, but if you are not in Norway, you will see the message above.

This is how you “cheat” NRK's ​​system with Smart DNS

Fortunately, it is easy to "cheat" NRK's ​​system so it thinks you are in Norway. It can be done in several ways, but the easiest is to use a technique called Smart DNS.

Smart DNS works in short by redirecting the internet connection to selected sites through a proxy server, thereby removing any blocking. In the current case, where you want to be able to stream from, the internet connection is sent through a proxy with a Norwegian IP address, so for NRK's ​​system it looks as if you are in Norway and therefore can stream freely all the programs on the site - including SHAME!

Only certain parts of the internet connection are redirected so that it does not become slow and sensitive information is not passed on

It is 100% legal to use Smart DNS to access the programs on! The fact that they do not have the right to show various programs outside Norway is, to say the least, no other's headache.

How do you use Smart DNS?

Smart DNS is easy to use and only needs to be configured once; then it works until it is removed again. The setup works with a single change in the network settings, so no apps or the like need to be installed. Apart from opening up access to a number of otherwise blocked streaming services - including - there is no difference in how your smartphone, tablet, PC or your Smart TV otherwise works.

Smart DNS is a payment service that typically costs about $ 20 a month ($ 35). There is a lot Smart DNS providers in the market, however Unlocator is one of the few that gives access to, and at the same time can be tested for free.

See SHAM on NRK with Unlocator

Unlocator is a Danish Smart DNS service that provides access to 219 websites and streaming services that block users based on geographic location. In addition to, you can e.g. also access the many quality programs on the BBC. It can also be used if you are abroad and want to watch DR, HBO Nordic, ViaPlay and other Danish streaming services, which otherwise would be blocked.

Unlocator is a payment service that costs $ 5 (Kr. 32) per. md. or $ 50 for a year (321) for a subscription that can be used on an unlimited number of devices. There is a free trial of 7 days that you can use without obligation without having to pay any kind of payment information.. The only thing Unlocator asks for is an email and after the trial period you are free to decide if it is something you want to pay for.

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Unlocator costs $ 5 per month (32), but can be tested free for 7 days.

Unlocator setup

First you will Go to Unlocator's website and start your free trial. The trial period of 7 days starts immediately.

The setup of Unlocator then consists of two steps, both of which must be performed to work:

Registering your device's IP address at Unlocator

Your device's IP address must be registered with Unlocator so their system can see you have a subscription. Registration is done by logging in to your user on Unlocator's website.

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Your device's IP address must be registered with Unlocator.

The procedure must be performed once per. IP address, so once you have registered the IP address of a network, it applies to all devices on it. Therefore, it is typically only necessary to register once in the home if everyone connects to the network over the same WiFi or LAN. Mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, etc. must register again if they use mobile internet, public WiFi or the like.

Setting up DNS on your device (PC, smartphone, tablet, Apple TV, Smart TV, etc.).
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Unlocator has simple and comprehensive guides for setting DNS on ALL types of devices. Including of course Windows, OS X, iOS, Android and many more. Click on the image to view it in large size (opens in a new window).

In addition to registering in Unlocator's system, the device must also be configured to use Unlocator DNS servers. It takes place on the device and the details therefore depend on which device is used.

Here Unlocator glows by having detailed guides to all the devices you can dream of (and a little more). There are therefore guides for Windows, OS X (Macbook and iMac), Android, iOS (iPhone and iPad), Apple TV, Chromecast, Playstation, Xbox, Smart TV, Windows Phone, Routers, etc. Common to all guides is that they are hugely easy to follow for ALL!

For example, An Apple computer (Macbook or iMac) does one of the following:

  1. Under Systemindstillinger: Touch the Apple icon in the upper left corner of the screen and select System Settings (System preferences English).
  2. Sign up Network: Click the network icon (Network English). You can possibly type “network” (or “network”) in the search box to highlight the icon.
  3. Select the current connection, for example. Wi-Fi, and press Advanced: The button is located at the bottom right when inside the network window (Advanced English).
  4. Vælg DNS in the menu bar at the top of the window: The button is number three from the left.
  5. Add the DNS servers from Unlocator: The IP addresses on the DNS servers are listed below Setup Guides on the Unlocator website. Click the + 'under the “DNS Servers” column (the one on the left) to add a DNS server.
  6. Press OK and then Apply (Apply) to take the new settings in use. It may also be necessary to restart your computer.
  7. Go into and enjoy the show.
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Voilá: Thanks to Unlocator you can now see SKAM on!

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Can't just use it Hola?

Hola is a VPN-like service that does not itself provide servers, but where users use each other as connection points. As Hola Both are free and easy to use, it has a lot of users, but there are several good reasons to stay away Hola.

First, it is Hola often quite slowly, making it unsuitable for streaming. Especially if you want to see things in HD or UHD (4K), which requires quite high speed. This is due to the simple reason that one streams via another Holauser's internet connection, which often results in a loss of speed, which ultimately means poor picture quality.

Secondly, will Hola typically also dull your own download speed as you like Holauser makes your computer and its internet connection available to others. They will therefore spend a portion of your bandwidth, which can make your connection very slow.

Third, is Hola very uncertain to have on your computer. As a participant in the network, your connection can be used for anything; including criminal acts that can then be traced back to you via. your IP address. In addition, you provide at installation Hola allowed to via Luminati service at sell access to both your computer and its internet connection, which can potentially be used for anything.

Of course, it should be clear to you whether you want to use anyway Hola - free stuff is lovely - but now you are warned!

Whether you choose Unlocator or Hola We wish you good luck with SKAM!

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