Harry Potter, the return to Hogwarts is approaching: big news revealed about the TV series

There is news on the project which will tell the adventures of the best-known boy wizard in the world all over again

New updates on the announced Harry Potter TV series are currently in production at Warner Bros. and HBO. CEO David Zaslav has in fact spoken about the great operation that will bring the Wizarding World back into vogue, but on the small screen. After the announcement dating back to April 2023, the waters around the TV series have calmed down, but work apparently continues unabated. During a meeting regarding revenues for the last quarter of 2023, Zaslav anticipated what the release period of the Harry Potter series would be.




“We have not been shy about the enthusiasm around Harry Potter – he declared -. The last film was made more than twelve years ago. I was in London a few weeks ago with Casey Blovs [CEO of HBO, ed.] and Channing Dungey [chairperson of Warner Bros. Television, ed.] and we spent some time with J.K. Rowling and her team." Both parties, he added, are “thrilled by the idea of starting over with the franchise. We've had great meetings and we couldn't be more excited about what's to come." Then the big news: “We can't wait to share a decade of new stories with fans around the world on Max. Our goal is to release in 2026.”

Two years, then we'll go back to Hogwarts. It is therefore probable that we will not know before well into 2025 who will be the interpreters chosen to replace Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson in the roles of Harry, Ron, and Hermione - hands down the most awaited announcement by fans. The series, as is known, will explore the books of the Harry Potter saga one by one, following a school year in each season. A reboot in grand style, therefore, brought to the small screen by the production company that has already given fans Game of Thrones, House of the Dragon, and The Last of Us. Will they be able to recreate the magic of famous films? In two years, the answer.

Source: Collider

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