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Fool Me Once creator Harlan Coben confirms two more series are in development

Fool Me Once creator Harlan Coben confirms two more series are in development

If you liked Fool Me Once then you'll be glad to know there's more where that came from

If you've already binged your way through Fool Me Once and are close to polishing off the rest of Harlan Coben's work on Netflix then salvation is at hand, sort of.

For the first couple of weeks of 2024 the big buzz has been focused on Netflix thriller Fool Me Once, leaving audiences eager for more where that came from.

Coben's had plenty of his work adapted into Netflix shows already, and one which is on Prime Video instead, but he's still got room in his bibliography for some more adaptations.

Speaking to the Radio Times, Coben revealed that Netflix is already working on another two adaptations of his work, and name-dropped one of the books which will be made into another show.

"We still have a few left! We’re doing one right now in Poland based off my book Just One Look, we’re filming and Netflix Poland is working on," Coben said of the next in his growing roster of Netflix projects.

Harlan Coben has revealed he's got a couple more projects with Netflix in the pipeline.
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He said: "Also working on one in South America, believe it or not. There’s no doubt that if Netflix wants us back, which hopefully everyone watching will make this happen."

The author said he planned to work on 'at least another one or two' adaptations with Nicola Shindler, Richard Fee and Danny Brocklehurst.

"We want to keep this going, we love this kind of yearly thing if we can," Coben said of plans to keep the content coming on the streaming platform.

"We skipped last year but we’d love to try doing it where we have that New Year’s Day release for everybody, they can watch us hungover and we can join them in the new year."

Just One Look, the 2004 book he revealed was being worked on by Netflix Poland, follows the character of Grace Lawson.

The author also revealed we could see more of Adeel Akhtar and his character DS Sami Kierce.

Her life goes off the rails a bit when she sees an old picture of her husband with a group of strangers.

When her husband finds out what she's learned he takes off without warning and Grace then realises her family is being stalked by a hitman.

If the Netflix adaptation is anything like Fool Me Once then we can probably expect a mystery involving people who all live in incredibly expensive houses.

The book has actually been adapted before, with French broadcaster TF1 releasing a miniseries based on it back in 2017.

As for anything more to be done with Fool Me Once, Coben also told the Radio Times that he might be willing to do more with DS Sami Kierce if Adeel Akhtar (Brother Faisal of 'can I have 12 bottles of bleach please' fame in Four Lions) is up for it.

The author said he would 'love to spin off and do something with Adeel again'.

Featured Image Credit: Gareth Cattermole/Getty/Netflix

Topics: Netflix, TV and Film