Upcoming New Series – Fool Me Once (2024)
Based on the 2016 novel, Fool Me Once will be the 8th collaboration between Harlan Coben and Netflix.
Set in the United Kingdom, rather than in the US as per the book, Fool Me Once stars Michelle Keegan as Maya Stern who is trying to come to terms with the brutal murder of her husband, Joe (Richard Armitage).
The problem is that Maya installs a nanny-cam to keep an eye on her young daughter, she is shocked to see her husband, who she thought was dead…
Meanwhile, Maya’s niece and nephew, are trying to find the truth about their mother’s murder, several months earlier. Are the two cases connected?
Find out in this thrilling hunt for the truth that will reveal shocking secrets and change their lives forever.
Fool Me Once is set for release On January 1st 2024.
How Many Harlan Coben Netflix Series Are There?
There are currently SEVEN Harlan Coben series on Netflix with the upcoming Fool Me Onceset to be the 8th when it is released in 2023.
Safe was the first series but is based on one of the author’s ideas rather than one of his books.
In order the other six are:
The Stranger – United Kingdom, English – 2020
The Woods – Poland, Polish – 2020
The Innocent – Spain, Spanish – 2021
Gone for Good – France, French – 2021
Stay Close – United Kingdom, English – 2021
Hold Tight – Poland, Polish – 2022
According to Harlan Coben there are three more adaptations in the pipeline, including one movie. They are Myron Bolitar, Six Yearsand Run Away.
Harlan Coben Movies On Netflix
As of yet, there are no Harlan Coben movies on Netflix. All of his books have been turned into series.
However, in 2020 it was announced that David Ayer (Suicide Squad) was set to write, direct and produce an adaptation of the Coben bestseller Six Years.
Based on the 2013 novel of the same name, the title refers to the number of years that passed since Jake Fisher watched Natalie, the love of his life, marry another man.
Invited to her wedding, Jake watches Natalie take her vows, and she tells him to leave her alone forever.
For six years, he keeps that promise.
But when he sees Natalie’s husband’s obituary, Jake decides to attend the funeral and comfort Natalie.
He is stunned to discover that the man’s widow is not Natalie and that the church where he watched she marry has no record of the ceremony.
Don’t expect to see Six Years any time soon though. The production is still at the ‘script’ stage and hasn’t been cast.