Daniel Radcliffe, fan-favorite, the iconic actor who portrayed Harry Potter in the film franchise, reveals that he doesn’t think of making a cameo in the highly anticipated Harry Potter TV series.

Stream fanatics around the world have been eagerly awaiting the upcoming Harry Potter TV show, hoping to see their favorite characters brought back to life on the small screen.

But during an interview with Deadline, the former Hogwarts pupil, Daniel Radcliffe revealed whether he would make a cameo.

“I don’t think so, no,” he said. “Certainly, everything I’ve read about the series they’re starting fresh, so it’d be a bit weird to have me pop in… I think that Harry Potter was always destined to become like Sherlock Holmes… There’s probably an eight-year-old kid out there whose life is going to change in a couple years, so my brain does go there.”

A disheartened  fan of Harry Potter stated out of disappointment:

“Having achieved stardom through his portrayal of an iconic character across eight Harry Potter movies, Radcliffe is well aware to the immense impact his role had on young people and their parents worldwide”

Daniel Radcliffe

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Harry Potter: The Magical Series is said to be in development since 2021 and will stream on Max, previously known as HBO Max.

The show has been in development for years, but it was finally announced recently.

Warner Bros has given a 10-year commitment to fans of the Harry Potter TV series. Discovery will be a “faithful adaptation” of the novels with an entirely new cast. JK Rowling will serve as executive producer.

According to previous reports, each season of the upcoming Harry Potter show will adapt a Harry Potter novel. And that 10-year commitment announced by Warner Bros. If everything goes according to plan, Discovery won’t mean we’ll see 10 seasons – just that the show will run for at least 10 years.

However, the project is still in its infancy, and both the production schedule and release date are still unknown. As for Radcliffe, it remains to be seen whether he will accept the cameo role by the time the show airs.

There’s one thing for sure though – Warner Bros. isn’t giving up on the wizarding world anytime soon.

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