It’s a plus for each industries. For instance, Hulu had a success with “The Handmaid’s Tale,” then the Margaret Atwood book, initially launched in 1985, took off once more. “The Queen’s Gambit,” was a current hit for Netflix, and as soon as once more put the 1983 novel again on folks’s radar.
“Bridgerton,” “Lupin” and “Firefly Lane,” all on Netflix, had been reveals primarily based on books, which at the moment are bestsellers.
“In fact, led by ‘Bridgerton,’ half of the Top 10 titles on The New York Times Best Sellers list this month are books tied to Netflix series,” a spokesperson for Netflix informed CNN, including that as “Bridgerton” turned Netflix’s greatest sequence, “the popularity of Julia Quinn’s ‘Bridgerton’ novels ballooned [and] at one point five books from the series were on the New York Times Best Sellers list.”
When “Lupin” premiered, the unique book by Maurice Leblanc started trending in Italy, Spain, the U.Okay. and Korea.
The pattern reveals no signal of slowing. Books coming to a streaming service close to you in 2021 embrace Brit Bennett’s “The Vanishing Half” to HBO, “Nine Perfect Strangers” by Liane Moriarty is due on Hulu in 2021, “Daisy Jones & The Six” by Taylor Jenkins Reid is being made for Amazon, and “Leave the World Behind” by Rumaan Alam is coming to Netflix (starring Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington).
Jinny Howe, VP of Drama Development for Netflix, informed CNN that viewers need to see the books they’ve learn come to life. Netflix is completely satisfied to offer that service.
“Books have been an incredible source of entertainment for many years, with limitless opportunities for readers to escape or to see themselves,” Howe mentioned. “From our first hit shows like ‘Orange is the New Black,’ through the more recent ‘The Queen’s Gambit,’ ‘Bridgerton’ and ‘Lupin,’ we find that passionate readers love to explore the worlds and lives they discover in books across series and films that bring them to life on screen.”
Other books-turned-movies and sequence that may debut this yr embrace “Cherry,” by Nico Walker, which is able to stream on Apple TV+ on March 12 after enjoying in choose theaters, and “The Power of the Dog,” a 2005 crime novel by Don Winslow, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Kristen Dunst and Jesse Plemons will run on Netflix.
The hit thriller “The Woman in the Window,” starring Amy Adams, will even be coming to Netflix.