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Harry Potter Scribe J.K. Rowling Brings Muggle-Centric Novel To TV!

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Does BBC stand for Beefy Boner Channel?!

It certainly should, because that's exactly what popped into our undies when we heard this exhilarating news!

J.K. Rowling's new hit novel, A Casual Vacancy, is coming to the small screen and though there won't be wizards, dragons, or even the Dursleys of four Privet Drive, we're awarding 10 points to the BBC for making our pants-wands harden with anticipation!

A Casual Vacancy marked the ridiculously successful's author first attempt at an adult novel after a fairly successful series of young adult books called Harry Potter.

ACV a best-seller so it doesn't surprise us BBC One and BBC Drama are already committed an episodic adaptation!

Rowling plans to collaborate with the channel creatively and, if all goes well, the world could feast on the fruits of their labor as soon as 2014.

Mmm… fruit!!

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3 comments to “Harry Potter Scribe J.K. Rowling Brings Muggle-Centric Novel To TV!”



  1. 1

    This is a major step down for Rawlings. From blockbuster movies to the small market BBC. The only way it make money is the international rights, it can't go on paytv because it will be pirated from England and BBCamerican is not basic cable. And all the loser shows go on PBS.

  2. Bexypants says – reply to this


    2

    It's THE Casual Vacancy. Not A Casual Vacancy.



  3. 3

    Yeah, you are such a fan you don't even know the title of the book.