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Netflix fan shares five shows to watch after Fool Me Once that aren’t Harlan Coben series

Netflix fan shares five shows to watch after Fool Me Once that aren’t Harlan Coben series

Want to know what to watch after Fool Me Once?

Netflix fans have been absolutely gripped by all the shocking twists and turns in the adaptation of Harlan Coben's Fool Me Once.

Starring Michelle Keegan, Adeel Akhtar, Richard Armitage and Joana Lumley, the dramatic show follows former soldier Maya (Keegan) after the murder of her husband (Armitage), only she's sure he's not dead.

Spotting her supposedly dead and buried husband on a nanny cam, Maya tries to figure out just what the hell is going on while the detective investigating her husband's murder (Akhtar) is also tracking down the truth.

People have been raving about how gripping Fool Me Once is, but everything ends and once the show is over they've got to find a new obsession.

There's plenty more Harlan Coben content on the streaming service to whet your appetite for his particular style of drama, though it might be better to try something else.

Fool Me Once is attracting a lot of attention on Netflix, with viewers raving about a 'twist' they never saw coming.

You can have too much of a good thing and variety is the spice of life, so perhaps you'd like your next Netflix obsession to be something slightly different.

With that in mind, a Netflix fan has suggested five shows you might want to try that aren't Harlan Coben adaptations.

TikToker @confusedglenn reckons he's picked out five shows that are particularly bingeable, because let's face it you probably tore through Fool Me Once.

His first pick was Echoes, a 2022 drama which he called 'a great psychological thriller', though the critics didn't quite agree.

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It only scored 22 percent on Rotten Tomatoes so the Michelle Monaghan-led series might be one to stick in the 'maybe' category.

Glenn also suggested Pieces of Her, another 2022 drama that starred the 'absolutely phenomenal Toni Colette' in the leading role.

Again, this one wasn't a knockout hit with the critics as it got 51 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, so if you're not bothered, we have explained the ending here, though you might want to give this one a go.

Fans of British telly will be very familiar with Steven Moffatt and David Tennant, who respectively write and star in Inside Man.

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Glenn wondered 'what more do you want' from a show and the reviews are better for this one, so it's probably best to stick it on the list and see what you think.

If your tastes veer more towards American TV, then the fourth pick on the list is True Story, starring Kevin Hart, which is not actually based on a true story.

Glenn reckons this one is a 'fantastic series from Kevin Hart' and features the actor and comedian's 'best performance'.

Rounding off the TikToker's list is A Nearly Normal Family, and he reckons he's been 'saving the best for last'.

That opinion would certainly tally with the critics, who really loved the drama that has an 83 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Originally in Swedish, there is an English dub or you can stick the subtitles on depending on whichever you fancy.

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