Forgotten Harry Potter characters finally get their chance in the spotlight as excited fans await the second season of Willow

Forgotten Harry Potter characters finally get their chance in the spotlight as excited fans await th ...

Despite widespread fan outcry against J.K. Rowling and all of her associated properties, fantasy games are becoming more popular these days. Willow, House of the Dragon, and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power all lean on the impact of their predecessors to grab the spotlight anew.

Willow's return, more than 30 years later, in a fresh series that shares a name with both the character and the original, reflects the weight nostalgia carries today. People are looking for an escape back to our youths, and shows like Willow provide it.

Although Harry Potter is undergoing a rebirth, recent developments such as Hogwarts Legacy are causing worry among fans, but J.K. Rowling's presence casts a shadow over the whole franchise. New Harry Potter characters may be subjected to widespread boycotts, even as they turn their backs on the popular Hogwarts Legacy and Fantastic Beasts movies.

Will there be a season two of Willow?

Willow did not receive nearly as much attention from House of the Dragon or Rings of Power, but it does not sabotage the show's viewer base. These viewers, who devoured each of season one's eight episodes with interest, are anxiously anticipating a second season. A string of cancellations, mostly directed toward fantasy properties, is causing some fans to be concerned, although a solid rating would bode well for the magical series.

The Vox Machina voice cast is a must-see for fans.

Vox Machina is on the verge of completing its second season, and fans of the animated series can't get enough of it. Even as fresh season two episodes continue to decline, many viewers are anticipating what will come next. The cancellation of well-known programs like Warrior Nun and 1899 has left fans of the genre worried, and unwilling to risk their lives for a disastrous project.

These Harry Potter characters never had the screen time they deserved.

Despite the sour taste author J.K. Rowling now leaves in many readers' mouths, the Harry Potter movies remain a treasured part of their childhoods. They're remembering the characters who never made the film, and fans are taking a moment to remember their forgotten heroes.

Fans believe it's a mistake, as Mark Hamill likes a J.K. Rowling tweet.

J.K. Rowling's trans-exclusionary habits have caused a lot of trouble for the previous few years. She no longer supports her, and those who do often end up on the other end of the road with the Harry Potter author. That simple like is largely seen as implicit support of her views—which shocked fans—but Hamill's history of supporting trans rights gives the actor some hope.