Though Harry Potter television reboot is still still in its early stages, the series producer David Heyman, who produced all eight Harry Potter feature-length adaptations, says that the franchise will deepen into its source material.
In addition to the 7-season Harry Potter reboot, which was announced earlier this year, the original will include all seven installments of J.K. Rowling created. In talking with Total Film, Heyman confirmed the in-the-works series is still in its early days.
We haven’t even hired a writer to start writing. It’s a bit early. Hope that something is special, and gives us the opportunity to see them and enjoy a series that explores them more deeply, the founder said.
What was the response from the public to the Series reboot?
Despite being one of the most popular franchises in cinema and modern literature history, the announcement of an Harry Potter revival sparked massive reactions and was headlined with some positive reviews.
While Rowling was very involved in the development, a couple of critics, including what she had to complain about, rejected the public apology, while some were already denouncing the reboot, even before its release. As with nostalgia being a marketing force, it wouldn’t be surprising if the series will perform a great deal.
There are several other details about this series still under wraps, given that it is in its early stages of development. Out of the Harry Potter reboot, David recently joined another revival: the upcoming film Wonka was due to launch in December 2023.