J. K. Rowling, a British author, has written a series of seven fantasy books called Harry Potter. The books follow the adventures of young wizard Harry Potter, as well as his friends Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley, who are all Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry students. The main plot revolves around Harry’s battle with Lord Voldemort, a dark wizard who wants to rule over all wizards and Muggles, become immortal and overthrow the Ministry of Magic (non-magical people).
The series was first released in English by Scholastic Press in the United States and Bloomsbury in the United Kingdom. Grafica Veneta in Italy prints every version that is distributed worldwide.
Harry Potter, a boy, is the subject of the television series. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, the first book, describes how he lives with his aunt, uncle, and cousin, the Dursleys, in a cupboard under the stairs. The Dursley family views themselves as completely normal, but at the age of eleven, Harry learns he is a wizard. He runs into Hagrid, a half-giant who invites him to enroll at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Harry discovers that the evil wizard Lord Voldemort murdered his parents when he was a baby. Voldemort’s curse failed when he tried to kill Harry, but Harry was spared and now has a scar on his forehead that resembles lightning. Harry enrolls at Hogwarts as a student and is assigned to Gryffindor House. Ron Weasley, a member of a large but wealthy wizarding family, and Hermione Granger, a witch of non-magical, or Muggle, parentage, become friends with him.
- Radcliffe, Daniel Mr. Harry Potter Russell Grint.
- Watson, Emma It’s Hermione Granger. Griffiths, Richard.
- FIONNA SHAW Uncle Pete. Harold Melling.
- Jim Norton, Toby Jones, and Dobby
- Cynthia Clifford. Madame Mason Phelps, James.
- Phelps, Oliver Charles Weasley. Julianne Walters.
- Wright, Bonnie. Weasley Ginny.
- Mr. Chris Rankin Mr. Percy Weasley
Is Harry Potter on Hbo Max
On August 31, all eight Harry Potter films will no longer be available on HBO Max, which is bad news for Potterheads. The good news is that the movies are accessible on another well-known streaming service. On July 1, Peacock added all of the Harry Potter movies to their collection. For a while now, both streaming platforms have utilized the Harry Potter franchise as a top series draw, with the movies occasionally missing from one platform only to reappear on the other.
After all of this, Potterheads can count on Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, and Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore to continue airing on HBO Max. Additionally, the portal continues to allow users to see the cast reunion for Harry Potter and the conversation between Chris Columbus, the director, and cast members about the making of Harry Potter’s 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts.
The eight Potter films are currently available for streaming in the US on NBCUniversal’s Peacock, which began offering them on July 1.
The Harry Potter movie series has alternated between HBO Max and Peacock over the last two years, demonstrating the capacity of enduringly well-liked shows to draw and keep subscribers in the face of fierce competition among streaming providers.
The eight Potter movies were available when HBO Max debuted in May 2020. They flew over to Peacock that fall, but they left after a 90-day span. HBO Max then reclaimed the rights as of September 2021, however, that was apparently only for a 12-month period, as the Boy Who Lived has since returned to Peacock’s nest.
Where Can I Watch Harry Potter?
The eight Harry Potter films are all available on Peacock Premium, the subscription tier of NBC’s streaming service, but you won’t find them on HBO Max at the moment.
All of the Harry Potter films, including Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Parts 1 and 2, are currently streaming on Peacock Premium.
There are two price tiers for Peacock Premium: $4.99 with advertisements per month and $9.99 without.