Harry Potter’s legacy is known all over the world. Every kid knows who Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley, Albus Dumbledore and Severus Snape are.
Not just kids, even adults who grew up watching the Harry Potter saga appreciate its legacy.
And if those lines describe you, then there’s excellent news because Warner Bros. may want to do a series about Harry Potter. Yes, you read that right.
So if you’re a fan of the Harry Potter legacy and want to know more about the series Warner Bros maybe looking further to create then this article is for you. Stick with this article and you will find out everything you need to know about it.
Each Season of the Harry Potter Series will have 7-8 Episodes.
Warner Bros. may want to revive the wizarding world of Harry Potter and friends with 7 new series based on 7 novels written by JK Rowling. And if this happens, then it is going to be a tremendous moment for the fanbase as they’ve been waiting for this spin-off project from the original film for a long time.
Warner Bros. made a total of 8 films from the novels written by JK Rowling. Main lead included Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter, Emma Watson as Hermione Granger, and Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley.
An entire book in just one season would allow the creators to focus more on the storyline and point out just about all of the film’s flaws. According to Bloomberg, turning each book into a TV season would “allow writers to delve further” into the original story.
JK Rowling and Her Words Against the Transgender Community
The comments JK Rowling made in the trans community are the only thing wrong with the upcoming series.
In her own words, Rowling said the following on the podcast, “The trans rights movement is a powerful, dangerous, misogynistic movement that has found major buys in highly influential areas of society.” This statement instantly went viral and the community started going on a rant JK Rowling.
But when Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint were asked about comments made by JK Rowling, all of them showed their own support for the community by going against Rowling’s words.
Well, only time will tell how the makers will figure things out.