We know you love a Harry Potter quiz – so get ready for something really special. Later this year, an epic quiz competition series will be launching in the US from Warner Bros, challenging wizarding world fans to prove their knowledge. You’ll be able to tune in and join in with the upcoming quiz competition series across HBO Max, Cartoon Network and TBS, with international viewing plans to be announced at a later date.
The as-of-yet untitled quiz will feature four one-hour quiz challenges across four consecutive days and will finish with a retrospective special, all celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s/Sorcerer’s Stone’s film this year. So, get ready for a host of magic and challenges, and a celebration of that first film that introduced us to the wizarding world for the first time.
The quiz series itself will be celebrate the incredible fandom and their love of the Harry Potter films and stories – and will be open to contestants who are 14 years old and over, with fans of all ages able to join in from home. So, many generations of wizarding world fan can get involved!
Tom Ascheim, President of Warner Bros. Global Kids, Young Adults explained more about this special upcoming series.
‘To celebrate our dedicated fans who have passionately kept the Wizarding World magic alive in so many forms for decades, these exciting specials will celebrate their Harry Potter fandom in a must-see multiplatform TV event,’ he said. ‘All Potter fans can gear up for this ultimate one-of-a-kind celebration by embracing their inner Hermione Granger and studying their Wizarding World knowledge. For fans who have always wanted to discover what it might be like to take the O.W.L. exams, this is as close as they are going to get!’
You’ll be able to play-along to the quiz at home, so get ready for a contest as magical as the Quidditch World Cup, wherever you are in the world. We’re going to start studying up immediately.
Contestants who are 14 or over and have eligibility to work in the U.S can apply for the show. An adult must apply on the behalf of 14-17 year olds.
And, in the meantime, keep checking back to WizardingWorld.com to see how else we’re celebrating Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone/Sorcerer’s Stone’s big 20th anniversary.