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‘Nobody Escapes the Past:’ Harlan Coben on His Latest Netflix Adaptation, ‘The Innocent’

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Jamie Lang In 2006, the French feature film adaptation of Harlan Coben’s “Tell No One” set a precedent that the author’s work could not only be adapted to the screen, winning a slew of awards including four Cesars, but that it could do so outside of the stories’ native U.S.In 2018, with a host of popular series and film versions of his stories having been produced across the U.K.

and Europe, Netflix’s own adaptation of “Safe” prompted the company to lock down the creator to a five-year deal in which 14 of his novels are to be developed into original Netflix series or films.

The first was another U.K. adaptation, this time of his novel “The Stranger” with Poland’s “The Woods” coming shortly after.

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