Harry Potter Season on ITV1, Weekend on ABC Family

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Mar 20, 2010

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Revisit the early Harry Potter films this weekend with ITV1 in the U.K. and ABC Family in the U.S.A. Firstly, ITV1 will be showing “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” from 3.30 to 6.15pm GMT as part of their Harry Potter Season. The season will continue every Saturday, with the channel showing “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” on Saturday 27th March in the 3.25pm to 6.20pm GMT time slot. You can find full TV listings on the ITV website at this link.

Secondly, in the U.S.A., ABC Family will be showing the Harry Potter films in HD from 9am/8am central. Starting with “Philosopher’s Stone” at 9am/8c, the channel will show “Chamber of Secrets” at 12.30pm/11.30 central, “Prisoner of Azkaban” at 4.30/3.30c and “Goblet of Fire” at 7.30/6.30c. On Sunday, ABC Family will show “Chamber of Secrets” at 9.30am/8.30c, “Prisoner of Azkaban” at 1.30/12.30c, “Goblet of Fire” at 4.30/3.30c and finally, “Order of the Phoenix” will premiere on ABC Family at 8/7c. Find more information on the ABC Family website at this link. Thanks for the heads up, Raymond!





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