Britain-based author JK Rowling has made significant achievements in her life. Her authored fantasy fiction, “Harry Potter,” still lives strong among most of its fans. Adding to her lineup is another property titled, “Strike,” which premiered on television on Sunday. While the BBC adaption’s premiere date clashed with ITV’s “Victoria,” According to a report by The Daily Mail, “Strike” managed to outperform “Victoria” with over 2 million viewers.

Novels by JK Rowling

As pointed by The Daily Mail, JK Rowling has authored 11 books up till now. These include “The Harry Potter,” series, along with “The Casual Vacancy,” and “Cormoran Strike,” which the latest BBC TV series is based on.

She is an excellent literature writer and competes with well-known artists including George Eliot and Charles Dickens. According to a report by The Guardian, “Strike: The Cuckoo’s Calling,” managed to attract 5.46 million views during its opening on Sunday.

Rowling has strategically made use of a male pseudonym character played by Tom Burke in the series to ensure the audience remains hooked. JK Rowling, the founder of Bronte Film and TV, is also the producer for “Strike,” which is a three-part series. The show features Holliday Grainger, who will be seen playing Robin Ellacott’s character. The finale episode of the mystery drama will be aired on Sunday, 3rd September. This isn’t the first time that Rowling’s novel has been adapted as a BBC drama series. In 2015, “The Casual Vacancy,” was showcased in the form of a mini-series in the UK.

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Rowling on “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” sequel's set

According to a report by The Times of India, the author also visited the sets of, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” sequel. She took to her official social media platform to share an image of her at the set. Rowling is the plot-writer for the science fiction/fantasy franchise. The movie’s making began earlier in summer this year, with actors like Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law and Johnny Depp as a part of it.

The original “Fantastic Beasts” movie launched in 2015 with the initial cast being Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Alison Sudol, Colin Farrell and Dan Fogler to name a few. The film was directed by David Yates and was a major hit at the time. Thus, they decided to create a sequel to it. The cast also includes Callum Turner, who will be seen playing an important part in the movie. Along with him, Zoe Kravitz will join the cast. The “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” sequel is going to launch on November 16, 2018. There are no other JK Rowling projects until then.