‘Harry Potter’ Films Soon to Be Available on NBC Universal’s Peacock

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If you’re looking to have a Harry Potter marathon, you’ll soon be able to stream the entire collection of films on NBC Universal’s Peacock!

Since its launch in May, the movies have been available to view on HBO Max. Starting in October, they’ll be moving to the new streaming service, Peacock. They are said to be available in windows, which means that the films will be present on and off over the next few months and into the beginning of 2021.

In the past, The Harry Potter franchise has had its complications in terms of rights negotiations and TV properties. From 2001 to 2011, the films were being produced and distributed by WarnerMedia’s Warner Bros. Studios. Having been very successful in United States box offices, this lead to the release of a spinoff film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. However, the company made a deal with NBCU in 2016, which gave NBCU the digital and television rights to its franchise until 2025. WarnerMedia also made a deal with NBCU to make a release of the films to stream on May 27, earlier this year.

Other films that you can look forward to viewing on NBCUniversal’s Peacock are Batman Begins and The Dark Night. Don’t miss the Harry Potter movies and these upcoming movies releasing very soon!