Harry Potter Might Be Coming Back; as a TV Show

On Monday, January 25, the Hollywood Reporter said that fan-favourite, Harry Potter, might be gracing our screens again; this time as a TV show.

According to the report, executives at HBO-Max are on the lookout for writers who can bring the much-loved property back to life. However, despite what Hollywood Reporter’s sources say, Warner Bros. and HBO Max deny such a development is going on.

This news, although only just rumours at this stage, has sent fans of one of the most popular book series ever agog. At the moment, only time will tell how it will pan out.

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