Has anyone been watching You on Netflix? Not only is it adapted from a book of the same name (see right), but it’s actually set in a bookshop and is wall to wall with rare books, new releases, books, books, books, and did we mention books? There’s a bit of serious creepiness thrown in too for good measure and we have to say it makes great television!
Every episode features more books! So today we’re putting together a list of all the books from the first season of You. Even if you’re not inspired to read them all, it may inspire you to watch the show or read the book it’s based on.
Season 1: Episode 1 (Pilot)
Season 1: Episode 2 (The Last Nice Guy in New York)
Season 1: Episode 3 (Maybe)
Season 1: Episode 4 (The Captain)
Season 1: Episode 5 (Living With the Enemy)
Season 1: Episode 6 (Amor Fou)
As the title suggests, things took a gripping turn with this episode, but sadly no new books were shown.
Season 1: Episode 7 (Everythingship)
Season 1: Episode 8 (You Got Me, Babe)
Season 1: Episode 9 (Candace)
Season 1: Episode 10 (Bluebeard’s Castle)
Good Omens will air on Amazon Prime Video on 31st May 2019, announced just last week along with the opening credits and some news from the adaptation, and now fans will be able to get their hands on two companion books in time for release.
The fantastic book series will be adapted by screenwriter Steve Thompson, known for Sherlock and Doctor Who, producer John Yorke, of Life on Mars fame and executive producer Richard Stokes who has worked on Broadchurch, and Torchwood, to develop the adaptation.
Actor Ben Whishaw who voiced the bear in Paddington the Movie and its sequel will reprise his role for the new CGI-animated series. The series will follow the adventures of a young Paddington Bear and will air worldwide on Nickelodeon in 2020.
Gaiman says that Cumberbatch’s Prince of Darkness will be a giant animated Satan who appears 400 feet high. The star, known for Sherlock and other things, will appear on episode six of the series and we now also have a release date of 31st May too!
The show is being developed by Glen Mazzara (The Walking Dead), Akiva Goldsman (Titans, Star Trek: Discovery) and Stephen King himself and it looks as though shooting will start in mid-April!