Harry Potter fans, get ready: The Harry Potter audiobooks are about to get a whole lot more immersive. Pottermore Publishing, in partnership with Audible, has announced brand-new full-cast productions of the Harry Potter books, breathing new life into stories that are beloved the world over.

These productions will include an all-new soundscape with produced sound effects and voice actors, making for an immersive listening experience of the original books. Not only that, but the productions will be available in full Dolby Atmos, ensuring that the real-world sound effects and stunning score sound even better and more realistic. These new productions won’t replace the classic recordings by Jim Dale and Stephen Fry, but rather sit alongside them as another option for those who want to dive into the vast world of Harry Potter.

“Together with Pottermore Publishing, best-in-class producers, and over one hundred actors, we will introduce a groundbreaking new soundscape for the Wizarding World, as well as performances that will inspire our listeners’ imaginations and redefine these quintessential characters for a new generation,” said Bob Carrigan, CEO of Audible.

When will full-cast Harry Potter audiobooks be available?

The new productions are scheduled to begin release in late 2025.

In the meantime, you can still check out the original Harry Potter recordings and hundreds of thousands of other audiobooks, podcasts, and Audible Originals on Audible.

How to listen on Audible

Audible offers a powerful way to enhance and enrich the everyday through extraordinary content. With a huge selection of more than 750,000 audiobooks, podcasts and Audible Originals to explore, you'll always find what you're looking for.

It’s easy to access Audible, too. If you're new to Audible, you can try membership free for 30 days. Your paid membership will then automatically renew after the first 30 days, and you can cancel anytime. The best way to listen at home or on the go is to download the Audible app on iOS and Android.

Here’s everything you need to know about delivering all the Kindle reads you want to your iOS or Android Kindle app.

What else is on Audible?

There are tons of other titles on Audible for Harry Potter fans. The complete Harry Potter audiobook collection is available on Audible right now, including titles like The Tales of Beedle the Bard, performed by Jude Law; Harry Potter: A History of Magic, performed by Natalie Dormer; Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, performed by Eddie Redmayne; and Quidditch Through the Ages, performed by Andrew Lincoln.

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