Harlan Coben has a brand new Netflix crime drama just around the corner, and the streaming giant has revealed its air date and a first trailer.
The American author is an international bestseller and his books have been adapted by television stations in the past.
So here is everything you need to know about Gone For Good.
Can we trust those we love?
GONE FOR GOOD launches worldwide on Netflix on August 13th. (Here’s a quick teaser.) pic.twitter.com/mveJeb0sXm
– Harlan Coben (@HarlanCoben) June 24, 2021
When will the new Netflix crime drama Gone For Good run?
Harlan took to Twitter to tell fans about the show, which is coming out on Netflix very soon.
Alongside a teaser trailer, he said, “Can we trust those we love?
“GONE FOR GOOD starts on August 13th worldwide on Netflix. (Here is a short teaser.) “
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The adaptation is made by French television and comes in French.
However, since Netflix is Netflix, there is a dubbed version for you to enjoy. And the trailer offers dialogues in English.
What is “Gone For Good” about?
Thirty-year-old Guillaume Lucchesi (Finnegan Oldfield) believed he had put an end to the terrible tragedy in which the two people he loved most died: Sonia (Garance Marillier), his first love, and Fred (Nicolas Duvauchelle) , his brother.
But 10 years later he is with Judith (Nailia Harzoune), a woman who has made his life worth living again.
But Judith suddenly disappears during his mother’s funeral.
To find her, Guillaume must face all the truths that remained hidden from him by his family and friends and that he has ignored for too long.
As Netflix says, “For the better, but mostly for the worse.”
Who is Harlan Coben?
Harlan, 59, was born in New Jersey and made a name for himself with Tell No One in 2001.
Despite a multitude of novels before – all of which began in 1990 – Tell No One became an international bestseller.
Since then, Harlan has been one of the most widely read crime writers in the world and has won numerous awards.
His newest book, Win, was released this year, and his trading inventory consists of curvy stories with characters who have a “past”.
What other adaptations of Harlan Coben are on TV and where can I see them?
If you like the sound of Harlan’s book, the good news is that there are plenty of customizations to hold on to.
In the recent past, he has teamed up with both Sky and Netflix.
The Stranger played Richard Armitage, Siobhan Finneran, Shaun Dooley, Dervla Kirwan and Jennifer Saunders and was released on Netflix in 2020.
After that there was a Polish adaptation of The Woods and a Spanish version of The Innocent in the same year.
Then there was Safe with Michael C Hall, Amanda Abbington, Marc Warren, and Laila Rouass.
The Five played in Sky in 2016 with Lee Ingleby, Sarah Solemani and OT Fagbenle.
There is a lot of catching up to do!
Another Netflix series, Stay Close, is in the pipeline.
And just look at the cast: James Nesbitt, Cush Jumbo, Eddie Izzard, Richard Armitage, Jo Joyner, and Sarah Parish.
It tells the story of Megan (Jumbo), a working mother of three.
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Ray (Armitage) is stuck in a cul-de-sac about celebrity rich kids.
Broome (Nesbitt), meanwhile, is a detective who can’t let go of the cold case of a missing person.
A friend from Megan’s past comes on the scene. Lorraine (ward) brings news that could destroy the lives of all three.
Let’s hope we see that this year too!
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