Broadband provider Tiscali has announced that subscribers to its broadband TV services will be able to enjoy a little bit of magic over the coming weeks.
The company has revealed it is planning to launch the new high-definition TV platform on its set-top boxes by making Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince available on the service.
According to T3.com, the film will be available alongside other Harry Potter features on a pay-per-view basis over the coming weeks.
New high-definition content is expected to cost £4.95 for people to enjoy, while older content in the archive is set to be priced at £2.99.
Earlier this week, BT announced that series including Heroes and House are going to made available through the on-demand service featured on its Vision TV packages.
The content is coming to the service thanks to a new deal between the company and NBC Universal International Television Distribution.