Daniel Radcliffe reveals if he will star in Harry Potter TV show

Daniel Radcliffe is saying goodbye to his time at Hogwarts. Recently speaking with E! Regarding news of Max's upcoming Harry Potter TV series, the actor said fans shouldn't expect a cameo in The Boy Who Lived.

"I don't think so," he said of reprising the role. "I think they very wisely want a clean break. I don't know if it would work for us to do something in it."

Radcliffe added that he would be "very happy to watch it with other people." When pressed further about a possible role in Max's Harry Potter , he added, "I would be a politicians, rather than making assumptions.”

The actor starred in all eight Harry Potter films between 2001 and 2011, starring alongside Emma Watson and Rupert Grint. He last played the boy wizard more than a decade ago in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 .

Max's Harry Potter reboot

According to Deadline , Max's upcoming series currently has a release date of 2026 and will be based on the seven books.

Casey Bloys, chairman and CEO of HBO & Max Content, said of the series: “This new Max Original series will delve into each of the books that fans have loved over the years. Iconic Book." is a "faithful adaptation."

Daniel Radcliffe in Harry Potter . Peter Hill/WireImage/Getty Images

Radcliffe's recent comments echo what he told ComicBook.com in 2023. "My understanding is that they are trying to start over and I'm sure whoever makes them will want to put their own stamp on it," he told Time. "Obviously, I do wish them the best of luck and I'm excited to pass the torch on."

Also last year, the actor said he wasn't surprised by the revival of the Potter universe because it "will always last." He concluded: "This is too big a literary phenomenon to just stop at the series of movies we make."