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Sky Krimi

Sky Krimi
Launched July 28, 1996
Owned by Sky Deutschland
Country Germany
Headquarters Unterföhring, Germany
Formerly called Krimi & Co (1996-2002)
Premiere Krimi (2002-2009)
Availability
Satellite
Sky Channel 23
Previous Sky Krimi logo

Sky Krimi is a German television channel dedicated to crime series. It mostly features original German language productions.

It started out as "Krimi & Co" on the DF1 satellite platform when it launched. DF1 had several channels dedicated to television series, including soap channel Herz & Co and comedy channel Comedy & Co. When DF1 became Premiere World in October 1999, the sister channels were rebranded.

In May 2002, Krimi & Co was renamed "Premiere Krimi". On July 4, 2009, the channel became "Sky Krimi" and was moved back to the entertainment package from the film package.

Programmes shown include:

External links

  • Sky Krimi on sky.de (German)
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