You see, I always that Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them should be a Steve Irwin Crocodile Hunter type show starring Hagrid, and I still want that. I have even mostly figured out how we can get it. It should be filmed as a Netflix or Amazon original series. Hear me out.
One day after his Care of Magical Creatures class, a first year muggleborn student shows Hagrid a video clip of Steve Irwin on YouTube. While a crocodile is no Norwegian Ridgeback, it's still a seriously misunderstood creature, and Hagrid sees a kindred soul in Irwin. So Hagrid gets himself one of those smart phone thingies, let's face it, he's old enough that he would clearly be just as baffled by an iPhone as your grandpa, and watches more clips of Irwin's show. Then he gets an idea.
He is going to try to finish what Newt Scamander started with his book. During the summer holidays he will take his phone and record himself interacting with the most misunderstood creatures of the wizarding world that he can find and post them on wizard.net for other witches and wizards to watch. Now Hagrid doesn't understand video editing, so he posts the full unedited videos, which contributes to their popularity. You see, figuring out the trick to handling his favorite crazy creatures can take a little trial and error, and we get to see all the trials take place, providing some laughs along the way (almost like Tim Taylor on Tool Time.)
And since the filming would be done on a phone, the video quality could be almost Blair-Witch-Project-esq. It doesn't have to be high-budget video quality at the very least. And obviously there could be cameos from the big stars from the Harry Potter World, but there wouldn't have to be.
I just really want this to happen. Who's with me? - Katie