Harry Potter became one of the most famous and successful sagas in literature and cinema because of the creativity, ingenuity and originality he embodied throughout the storyline. The story went all over the world and captured millions of people who still enjoy the effects of the young magician’s adventures to this day.
The saga is an adaptation of the fantasy book series that has sold more than 500 million copies to date and was written by British Joanne Rowling, better known as JK Rowling.
In the ’90s, Rowling was completing the initial manuscripts of her first book in the series: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, and by 2007 she had already completed all the copies that directors David Yates and Mike Newell, among others, were making to take with them the movies.
With eight cassettes, this project took the industry and box office by storm, revolutionizing the concepts of what was on the market at the time. Each part surpassed the previous one and the change in style of the story was noticeable as it became dark and mysterious.
Although the last film was released in 2011, the legacy of the story lives on among fans, who often enjoy the famous Back to Hogwarts celebration, which commemorates the special date students left the School of Magic and visited magic.
As announced, the relevant date of this season is September 1st, the day when the wizards and witches go to school to start their school year in this magical world.
For this reason, Back to Hogwarts will take place hand in hand with digital platforms and television channels such as TNT and Warner Channel, allowing fans to enjoy and remember each of the films that make up this saga. There will be a marathon of cassettes in each room, so don’t miss out on a wide range of options.
Warner Channel will air the entire saga every day of the month, giving space to learn more about each part of the story that unfolded several years ago. For its part, HBO Max, the famous streaming platform, invited fans to interact on social networks with specific hashtags and enjoy the episodes available in its catalogue.
On the contrary, Cinemax has created a slot in the schedule to broadcast the films between August 26th and 31st, before the date the fan base is longing for. In the case of TNT, September 9th will be the day when all the films will be shown, and at a specific time.