But not forever!
Now before you get too excited and read past this vital piece of information regarding Harry Potter getting his own TV channel, REMEMBER: IT IS NOT ON FOREVER.
Sky have announced their Sky Movies channel will officially be called Sky Movies Harry Potter for ONE WEEK to celebrate the 20th anniversary of J.K Rowling's first Potter book. (Never fear, the good people at Sky have informed us that after the week is up, you can let the wizardry continue as all six Potter movies will be available on demand. Phew.)
Broadcasting from October 24 to November 2, the channel will all six films (with UK television exclusive extended versions of The Philosopher's Stone and The Chamber of Secrets), plus a raft of documentaries and behind-the-scenes specials featuring interviews with Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint, who play Harry, Hermoine Granger and Ron Weasley, respectively.
To be quite frank, we think we're quite Harry Potter'd out - Is that possible?
In the last 16 days there has been news of a brand new Harry Potter story, then we were told you can have your Christmas dinner at Hogwarts this year, shortly after being told you can LIVE in Hogwarts...
On September 22, J.K. Rowling shared another treat for Potter fans - on website Pottermore - and this time it was a story revealing details of the history of the Potter family, tracing Harry's family roots all the way back to the 12th century.
Sky Movies Harry Potter!
AND, this year you'll be able to stuff yourself full of Chocolate Frogs, Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans, Butterbeer and every other fictitious fancies you've read about for all these years, as Warner Brother's studios in London is hosting a special Harry Potter Christmas dinner in the Hogwarts Great Hall for one night only.
We think we'll just sit on the sofa and watch lots of Potter stuff on his new channgel, because we're exhausted from all these deets.
*Sky Movies Harry Potter will be on Sky channel 304