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Sky has secured the rights to the complete series of Harry Potter films, it has been confirmed, as details of the broadcaster’s Christmas line-up begin to emerge.

The deal means that all eight instalments of the micro magician’s adventures will air exclusively on Sky Movies over the festive season.

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They will also be available to subscribers who have downloaded the Sky Go app to their handset or tablet for watching on the move or via Sky’s TV on-demand service.

Sky Movies director Ian Lewis said: “We’re delighted to be extending our partnership with Warner Bros to deliver Sky Movies customers exclusive access to the entire Harry Potter collection, which will not be available on any other TV channel or streaming service this Christmas.”

Harry’s saga begins on Sky Movies on November 5th and will be available to watch for three months after.

News of additions to Sky’s offering come after the broadcaster recently agreed a deal for the James Bond and Lord of the Rings series of films.

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