Every Book Adaptation Coming To Netflix In 2020

Netflix Netflix has dozens of new original movies and TV shows set to premiere in 2020. Several of them, such as "To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You" and "All the Bright Places," are based on existing novels that you can read now. Here is every book adaptation that you can stream on Netflix in 2020. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix has dozens of original movies and TV shows set to premiere in 2020, and many of them have literary origins. From a sequel to the hit 2018 romance "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" to a new Shonda Rhimes series, keep reading to see all of the book adaptations coming to Netflix in 2020."Dracula" retells Bram Stoker's 1897 classic novel. Netflix/Alma Books Based on: "Dracula" by Bram Stoker Release date: January 4 Synopsis: "Dracula" is the latest retelling of the classic Gothic tale about a Transylvanian vampire plotting against Victorian London, this time from the creators of BBC's "Sherlock" (Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat). The TV show "October Faction" was adapted from a comic about monster hunters. Netflix/IDW Publishing Based on: The "October Faction" series by Steve Niles Release date: January 23 Synopsis: Based on the comic series of the same name, "October Faction" follows the escapades of two retired monster hunters and their teenage twins. Yangsze Choo's 2014 book "The Ghost Bride: A Novel" inspired a new Netflix drama. Netflix/William Morrow Paperbacks Based on: "The Ghost Bride: A Novel" by Yangsze Choo Release date: January 23 Synopsis: A young Chinese woman in colonial Malaysia whose father has recently lost his fortune becomes the "ghost bride" of a wealthy family's recently deceased son in an attempt to calm his spirit.

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