Can you believe it’s been 15 years since “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” (“Philosopher’s Stone” for some) was released in theaters?

In celebration of the movie’s release date anniversary on Monday, Nov. 14, it’s likely fans of J.K. Rowling’s tale will want to relive the magic on the small screen. And luckily for those individuals, there are tons of at-home screening options available at your wand-holding fingertips!

Here’s where to watch the 2001 film online in November 2016:

YouTube - Look no further than YouTube to watch the blockbuster. The video-sharing site rents the film for $2.99. The Warner Movies On Demand channel lets you watch the trailer, the very same posted above, before agreeing to the purchase.

Amazon Video - Digital versions of both the original and the extended cut of “Sorcerer’s Stone” are available to rent or buy on Amazon Video. Buying an HD version will cost you $12.99, while renting costs $3.99. Standard definition versions are available to buy for $9.99 and rent for $2.99. The site allows you 30 days to watch the film once you agree to the rental and then 24 hours to finish once it begins playing.

VUDU - Like Amazon, there are several ways to watch on VUDU. SD and HD copies are available for rent and purchase. The cheapest way to watch will cost you $2.99.

Netflix - Unfortunately for fans looking to watch the film on its anniversary, Netflix does not provide a digital version to stream. Subscribers can, however, request a DVD of the film be shipped to their home. The DVD service costs $7.99 per month.

Google Play - The service has two options when it comes to watching the magical movie: buy it for $9.99 or rent it for $2.99. Google Play’s rentals expire in 30 days or 48 hours after play begins.

iTunes - It will cost you a little more if you want to purchase “Sorcerer’s Stone” from iTunes. Apple sells an HD version of the film for $14.99. You can also rent the SD version from them for $2.99.

Playstation Video - Grab a 24 hour rental starting at $2.99 from the Playstation Store. You will need a Playstation sign-in ID in order to complete the purchase.

DirectTV - Subscribers can get the film for free if they sign on with their email or AT&T access ID here. Customers also have the option of recording the movie directly to their TV.