Despite the mixed response to The Cursed Child and the Fantastic Beasts movies, J.K. Rowling’s best-selling fantasy series continues to engross children and adults across the globe. As such, it’s inevitable the Harry Potter books will be adapted again at some point in the future.
Given how much critical and popular acclaim the movies have received, remaking them wouldn’t be the wisest course of action. But if the novels were made into a TV show, this would provide the framework for a more detailed adaptation of Harry’s adventures at Hogwarts and beyond.
Whilst the major events of the novels all made it to the big screen, there's still plenty of missing content. And due to the shorter length of the first three novels and the fact The Deathly Hallows adaptation was split in two, it’s the fourth, fifth, and sixth novels that contain the most moments which have yet to be adapted.
These elements include amusing story beats, flashback sequences, and even entire chapters prime for adaptation. And though none of them are integral to the overall story, they’re all looked upon fondly by those who love the books...