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NETFLIX ANNOUNCES FURTHER TWO HARLAN COBEN ADAPTATIONS FOLLOWING SUCCESS OF FOOL ME ONCE

Netflix has announced that a further two Harlan Coben novels are to be adapted into limited series. The news follows the breakout success of his latest series, Fool Me Once, which launches on New Year's Day.



Missing You and Run Away will both be produced by Quay Street Productions. Coben will serve as executive producer through his company, Final Twist Productions.



Missing You and Run Away will be the 9th and 10th on-screen adaptations to be produced from bestselling author Harlan Coben through his ongoing creative partnership with Netflix. Coben continues his work with local screenwriters from around the world to bring his novels to life on screen, so far across four languages.


Fool Me Once has been so successful that 2 episodes have entered the top-10 programmes across all channels for the first week of 2024. Episode 1 was watched by 6,341,800, followed by episode 2 with 5,821,700.



Missing You

Eleven years ago Detective Kat Donovan's fiancé Josh – the love of her life – disappeared and she's never heard from him since. Now, swiping profiles on a dating app, she suddenly sees his face and her world explodes all over again.


Josh's reappearance will force her to dive back into the mystery surrounding her father’s murder and uncover long-buried secrets from her past. Filming for Missing You will commence in the UK in spring 2024.



Run Away

Simon had the perfect life: loving wife and kids, great job, beautiful home. But then his eldest daughter Paige ran away and everything fell apart. So now when he finds her, vulnerable and strung out on drugs in a city park, he finally has the chance to bring his little girl home.


But it turns out she’s not alone and an argument escalates into shocking violence that will shatter Simon’s life all over again. His search for his daughter will take him into a dangerous underworld, revealing deep secrets that could tear his family apart forever.



More details about both adaptations will be announced in due course.

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