New Series From Creator Of Safe And The Stranger Is Now On Netflix
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A new thriller from the guy behind The Stranger and Safe has landed on Netflix – you can check out the trailer here:
Hold Tight, the latest series written by Harlan Coben, tells the story of a young man who disappears after his friend dies, drastically changing the lives of those around him as secrets and lies are exposed. Sounds good, eh?
And if it’s anything like his previous work, then I’m sure we can count on there being plenty of twists and turns along the way to keep us on the edge or our seats.
The six-episode series is filmed in Polish, but English dubbing and subtitles are available.
Fans of Coben’s previous work are already pretty excited about the new arrival.
Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: “Definitely will be watching this, everything he makes gets me hooked.”
Another said: “I haven't managed to not binge watch a Harlan Coben series yet," while someone else commented: “Definitely got to watch this! Been waiting for more from this amazing writer!”
A fourth person said: “Yay! Getting ready to binge.”
Coben has written a whopping 33 books, and so far he’s released seven adaptations for Netflix. Fans of his work might be pleased to know that he’s actually locked into 14 projects with the streaming giant, so there’s still a few more to go.
Already available on Netflix are: Safe; Stay Close; Gone for Good; The Stranger; The Innocent; The Woods; and now Hold Tight.
Unusually, Coben’s Netflix deal has seen his books be turned into shows in numerous different countries, which is something the US author says ‘appealed’ to him.
Speaking to Deadline last year, he said: “They [Netflix] want to do a lot of international stuff and my books sell well overseas. I sell more internationally than I do in the USA. I thought it would be a cool opportunity, to do a Netflix Spain show, Netflix France show, Netflix UK show, Netflix US show. It was appealing to me.”
He added: “To have the opportunity to work with Netflix – with so many different people, in so many different countries, so many different cultures – if that doesn’t jazz you, you’re probably in the wrong business.”
If you’re yet to work your way through them, they’re all on Netflix and can be streamed right now.
That’s the weekend sorted.