‘Harry Potter’ Fans Agonized as the Movie Series Got Rumored to Be Releasing on Netflix

‘Harry Potter’ Fans Agonized as the Movie Series Got Rumored to Be Releasing on Netflix

Harry Potter movies, based on J.K.Rowling’s book series are arguably some of the most successful movies in history. All of its seven parts were a box office hit. Harry Potter was first released in 2002 with Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (2002) and made a wizardly level of rave amongst youth across the globe. The eight films made a total box office income of $7.7 billion. The fan base only continues to grow although it’s been more than a decade since the release of its last film. And currently, the Harry Potter fan base is worried over a rumor that involves Netflix.

Potterheads are trying to wrap their heads around rumors that Harry Potter will be brought on Netflix. The series was rumored to come on Netflix in September. But the rumors have only brought more questions. Will the series be available to stream worldwide? Also, how many of its parts will be available to stream?

Is Harry Potter on Netflix?

Recently, there was an unverified post on Facebook which said, “Harry Potter’s FINALLY gonna be on Netflix! September 1, 2022“. The post spread like wildfire even landing on Twitter. Fans went into a frenzy with their fingers crossed, hoping for good news. But the excitement ended in agonizing pain.

Is J.K. Rowling’s ‘Harry Potter’ Starring Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson Coming to Netflix?

Sometimes when things seem too good to be true, they probably are. As it turns out, the rumors were false. Harry Potter is not on Netflix.  Avada Kedavra to whoever spreads false rumors! It was a grim realization after people scruffled through the comments section of the post and checked out every country through VPN.

The story of Harry Potter, a young orphan with wizardly skills was something everyone could connect to, even if in their fantasies. Danielle Radcliffe who played Harry made a benchmark with his acting skills. For a decade, we followed Potter and his mates, Hermoine Granger (Emma Watson) and Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) together took us through the magical world of Hogwarts. The friendship along with its literary genius is what made the series so timeless and still in demand.

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Although HBO was kind enough to bring all eight films after a deal with Universal, the happiness only lasted three months. The series has sure been playing some hide and seek with its fans. But here is the good news: The series is available on HBO Max and Peacock. Other than that, the series is also available to rent/purchase on Google Play, iTunes, Microsoft, and Vudu.

Did you buy into the false rumors too? Comment below.

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