October 3, 2022

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Harry Potter Is Leaving HBO Max, Here’s Where You Can Watch

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The Harry Potter establishment has enacted a portkey and is set to leave one of its ongoing streaming services. The eight movies are at present available to stream on HBO Max, yet that is set to change thanks to a past agreement understanding made before Warner Bros launched their streaming service.

This isn’t the first time Harry first potter films have left a streaming service. They have moved like every few months since the streaming service HBO Max launched in 2020. That is as opposed to different movies in the purported ‘Wizarding World’ franchise, which stays in a single spot while its older sister continues to move around.

HBO Max subscribers will not be dispossessed of Potter-related content. Every one of the three films in the Fantastic Beasts saga will in any case still be available to stream there. HBO Max is likewise the streaming home of the 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter special. WarnerMedia’s Warner Bros. signed a licensing deal with NBC Universal a long time back, however, WarnerMedia’s HBO Max has pulled back the privileges a few times throughout recent years, as every stage looks for the lift a well-known establishment can give.

Where To Watch Harry Potter Movies Now?

Bad news for Potterheads, each of the eight Harry Potter films will be taken out from HBO Max on August 31. In any case, fortunately, the movies can be found on another notable streaming service. Peacock added all Harry Potter movies to its library on 1st July, which is a shock to nobody. The Harry Potter franchise has been used as a well-known series fascination for both streaming services for some time now, with the films vanishing from one stage just to appear on the other.

Each of the eight Harry Potter films (that is, Harry Potter and the Sorceror’s Stone, Chamber of Secrets, Prisoner of Azkaban, Goblet of Fire, Order of the Phoenix, Half-Blood Prince and Parts 1 and 2 of Deathly Hallows) will leave HBO Max toward the finish of August. As of now, the movies are spilling on both HBO Max and Peacock. At the point when they leave the previous, they will remain on the last however that also is probably going to change in the following couple of months.

Why Do The Films Keep Moving Around?

The primary explanation by all accounts seems to be because of the deals made before either HBO Max or Universal had streaming services. In 2016, the TV rights for the movies were set to lapse in the wake of being held by ABC for a long time. Around then, the rights were divided, with NBCUniversal getting cable privileges to show the movies on SyFy and USA, while HBO purchased the streaming rights to have the movies on its HBO Go/HBO Now stages. Vitally, however, the NBC deal likewise permitted the movies to show up on the SyFy and USA advanced stages. This implies that each help has a case for the digital rights to the movies, making sense of why they continue to move around.

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