If you want to see films like Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Batman Begins or Ocean's Twelve on regular TV, you're going to have wait a little bit.

In a story from Variety, those films will be making their way to free TV once they have exhausted "their runs on broadcast and cable TV."

It looks like "Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution has bundled these four titles, along with 31 others, and is selling the movies to Fox-owned TV stations in 11 markets, including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, as well as to stations owned by such entities as CBS TV, Tribune Broadcasting, Sinclair Broadcasting, Gannett, Cox and Hearst-Argyle."

The following is a list of some other titles in the deal:

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, March of the Penguins, Million Dollar Baby, The Matrix Revolutions, The Last Samurai and Troy.