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Two brand new dramas coming to Netflix from the creators of Fool Me Once

OHMYGOSSIP — Netflix has announced two new drama series from the writer of ‘Fool Me Once’.
The hit thriller series – which is based on the 2016 novel by Harlan Coben – follows Michelle Keegan as ex-solider Maya Stern, a young widow trying to get to the bottom of why her late husband appeared on her nanny cam after his death, and now the streaming giant has announced two more books from the best-selling author will be adapted for the platform.
‘Missing You’ will be adapted by screenwriter Victoria Asare-Archer from the 2014 novel of the same name and will focus on a detective whose fiance has been missing for almost 20 years when she suddenly spots him on a dating app.
Meanwhile, ‘Run Away’ is the 2019 novel by Coben which tells the story of a man whose daughter disappears and when he manages to find her by chance, he discovers that she is now a drug addict living as part of a violent underworld.
It will be adapted into a limited series by Danny Brocklehurst, who also wrote the screenplay for ‘Fool Me Once’.
Both projects will be produced by Quay Street Productions and filming for ‘Missing You’ will commence in the spring of 2024.
‘Fool Me Once’ has been seen by 61 million viewers worldwide and insiders have recently suggested that the success of the series could lead to a Hollywood career for Michelle, who shot to fame playing barmaid Tina McIntyre on ITV1 soap opera ‘Coronation Street’ in 2008 before going on to star in a host of British dramas like ‘Our Girl’ and ‘Ten Pound Poms’.
A source told Mail Online: “The response to ‘Fool Me Once’ has been overwhelming.
“The phone calls and offers have been coming in from Hollywood film executives, it’s different to anything Michelle has experienced before.
“Netflix is a global platform and the show has given her the opportunity to shine.
“Her career has already been a success but now her star is rising, everyone can feel that this is the beginning of something special.
“Michelle feels lucky that she’s always played likeable characters but now she’s hoping to take it up a notch by landing a film role.
“She aspires to play a dark character in a hard-hitting thriller, which will be a challenge that she’s completely ready for.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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