All the books you'll be welcoming to your screens in 2019
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Book to TV adaptations are becoming more and more popular, with many authors preferring the extended time given to material in a TV series over a film. After the successes of series like A Series of Unfortunate Events on Netflix and Outlander on Amazon Prime, it's unsurprising that we have many exciting adaptations to look forward to this year.
Image Credit: Wikipedia Commons1. Good Omens - Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett The long awaited adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's book Good Omens is finally hitting the small screen in 2019. The release date has yet to be confirmed by Amazon, but it's expected to be early this year on Amazon Prime, before later being shown on BBC 2. 2. Pure - Rose Bretecher Rose Bretecher's crowdfunded biography, based on her own experiences with OCD, has just landed on the small screen, with the first episode airing yesterday on Channel 4. This mental health drama follows a young woman with a form of OCD called "Pure O", where obstrusive thoughts become compulsions.
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