Apple has recently introduced the iTunes music store to exotic vacation spots like Poland and the Czech Republic, as well as bringing movie rentals and purchases to countries including Belgium, Denmark, Finland, and Sweden. What's next for the European Union, you ask? MacRumors is reporting that AppleTV will be touching down in seven more countries next week, adding Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Finland to the list of places that can watch re-runs of Arrested Development (well, its local equivalent) for $1.99 a pop — or whatever that works out to in Euros.