The Harry Potter franchise has been around since 1997. Through its 20-year run (and counting), it has spawned 8 novels, 9 movies, and countless video games and fan-fiction novels that further increased the popularity of the J.K. Rowling masterpiece. While there are subtle and not so subtle differences between each media, fans are likely wondering what happened to Harry and company after the events of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows.”

Here’s a rundown of what went on after that fateful day at the King’s Cross Station, 19 years after Harry Potter vanquished Lord Voldemort.

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Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley

Harry Potter became an Auror for the Ministry of Magic and eventually became the Head of Department of Magical Law Enforcement. Ginny Weasley Potter is currently a senior reporter for the Daily Prophet after a successful career playing for the Holyhead Harpies.

Harry married Ginny Weasley and had 3 children, James Sirius, Albus Severus, and Lily Luna. According to J.K. Rowling, Harry and his best friend Ronald Weasley “utterly revolutionized the Auror Department” and that the pair is now considered experts in the field.

The spinoff novel/script “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” offers a glimpse of Harry’s career as an Auror, and by extension, his estranged relationship with Albus Severus.Interestingly, Albus Severus was sorted into the Slytherin House and became best friends with Draco Malfoy's son, Scorpius Hyperion. Harry lost his ability to talk to snakes after Lord Voldemort destroyed the Horcrux that was Harry.

Ron Weasely and Hermoine Granger

Ron Weasely and Hermoine Granger are now married and have 2 children, Rose and Hugo. Ron Weasley also became an Auror and helped Harry in revolutionizing the Department of Magical Law Enforcement.

Ron left his job as an Auror and joined George Weasley in managing Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes.

Hermione Granger-Weasley returned for her final year at Hogwarts. With her work on S.P.E.W., Hermoine began her career in the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures to improve the life of the house-elves. According to Rowling, Hermione then worked as a Deputy Head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement.

Hermione is instrumental in changing laws that favored pure-bloods and underprivileged non-humans and eventually rose to the highest position that an individual can attain in the Wizarding World: becoming the Minister for Magic. Hermione, Ron, and Harry were all featured on Chocolate Frog Famous Witches and Wizards series for their accomplishments.

George Weasely

According to Rowling, George Weasely never truly recovered after losing his twin during the Battle of Hogwarts. George married former Gryffindor Quidditch Team member Angelina Johnson and they have two children, Fred and Roxanne.

George manages Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes with his brother, Ron.

Percy Weasley

Percy Weasley fought together with his family during the Battle of Hogwarts, effectively ending his feud with the rest of the Weasley family. According to Rowling, Percy “ended up as a high-ranking official in the Ministry of Magic during Kingsley Shacklebolt’s term.

Percy became the head of the Department of Magical Transportation. Percy married a woman named Audrey and the couple has two daughters, Molly and Lucy.

Neville Longbottom

Neville Longbottom also became an Auror for the Department of Magical Law Enforcement. Neville eventually left his post as an Auror to become the Herbology teacher at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Neville married Hannah Abbot, a fellow member of the Dumbledore’s Army (D.A.). The Longbottoms live at the Leaky Cauldron where Abbot was the landlady.

It can be remembered that Neville reformed the D.A. while Harry, Ron, and Hermione were hunting Voldemort’s Horcruxes. A hero during the Battle of Hogwarts, and credited for killing Voldemort's snake Horcrux, Neville remained good friends with the Potters and the Weasleys after “Deathly Hollows.” The Longbottoms didn’t have any children. Neville’s parents (tortured into insanity by Bellatrix Lestrange) never recovered.

Luna Lovegood

According to Rowling, Luna Lovegood became a famous wizarding naturalist who is responsible for discovering and classifying a number of new species of animals. Luna married fellow naturalist Rolf Scamander, grandson of Newt Scamander.

Interestingly, Newt Scamander is the author of Hogwarts textbook “Fantastic Beasts and where to Find Them.” Harry and Ginny named their daughter after Luna. Luna never found a Crumple-Horned Snorkack.

Draco Malfoy and Astoria Greengrass

Draco Malfoy never became friends with Harry after they left school but the Battle of Hogwarts changed Draco’s view of the world. Draco married Astoria Greengrass, younger sister fellow Slytherin Daphne.

According to Rowling, Astoria Greengrass had an ancestor who was cursed, and that the curse was passed to Astoria. The curse supposedly makes child-bearing life-threatening. Despite the curse, and despite Draco stating that it didn’t matter if the Malfoy bloodline ended, the couple decided to have a child. While Astoria survived childbirth, she eventually succumbed to her family curse.

Draco and Astoria’s son, Scorpius Hyperion, in some strange twist of fate, became the best friend of Harry’s son, Albus Severus. The Malfoys raised Scorpius not to believe that Muggles and Muggle-born witches and wizards are mud-bloods.

Draco helped the Potters and the Weasleys in rescuing Albus Severus and Scorpius during the events of Harry Potter And The Cursed Child.” Draco still collects Dark Artifacts and studies alchemical manuscripts but only as a hobby.

Rubeus Hagrid

Rubeus Hagrid returned to resume his duties as gamekeeper at Hogwarts after the Harry defeated Lord Voldemort during the Second Wizarding War and remained friends with the Potters. Hagrid never married Madame Maxine.

Minerva McGonagall

Professor Minerva McGonagall succeeded Severus Snape as the Headmistress of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. McGonagall was awarded the Order of Merlin, First Class, by the Minister for Magic Kingsley Shacklebolt and was later featured on the Chocolate Frog Famous Witches and Wizards series.

Kingsley Shacklebolt

Former Auror Kingsley Shacklebolt became the Minister for Magic. Shacklebolt appointed Harry as the chief of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement. Shacklebolt prevented the use of Dementors to guard the prisoners at Azkaban and with the help of Hermione Granger, eliminated the biased pre-pureblood laws. Hermione succeeded Shacklebolt as Minister for Magic.

Dolores Umbridge

Dolores Umbridge was arrested, tried, and sentenced to Azkaban for her crimes during the brief reign of Lord Voldemort. Umbridge is facing a life-sentence in the wizard prison for the crimes she committed against the Muggle-born witch and wizards.

In an alternate timeline during the events of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” Albus Severus Potter and Scorpius Hyperion Malfoy succeeded in saving Cedric Diggory during the Triwizard tournament. The change in the events altered the timeline and allowed Umbridge to assume the post of Headmistress of Hogwarts.

Teddy Lupin

Edward Remus “Teddy” Lupin is the only son of Order of the Phoenix members Remus Lupin and Nymphadora Tonks. Teddy is Harry Potter’s grandson and was raised by his maternal grandmother, Andromeda. Teddy, a metamorphagus like his mother, was sorted into the Hufflepuff House and eventually became a Head Boy.

Victor Krum

Victor Krum continued playing for the Quidditch national team until 2002. Krum retired after failing to secure the Snitch during the 424th Quidditch World Cup. However, Krum came out of retirement for the 2014 World Cup at the age of 38 and eventually led Bulgaria to win the Finals by catching the Snitch.

According to the Daily Prophet correspondent Ginny Weasley, Bulgaria won largely due to Krum’s performance. Victor Krum is already married but has maintained a platonic relationship with Hermione Granger.