What are the best Harlan Coben Series you can watch on Netflix? We’ve made a list of all the Harlan Coben series that are on Netflix and we’ve rated them. Also, find out which new Harlan Coben series are coming to Netflix!

The best Harlan Coben series on Netflix are the ones you can’t help but binge-watch. To be fair, that would mean most of them as the episodes tend to end on cliffhangers. Also, the characters are as intriguing as they are dubious.

Still, some are definitely better than others. Also, quite a few are not in English, but please don’t let that keep you from watching them.

Strange disappearances, dark secrets, and intense mysteries unfold in the Netflix collection of Harlan Coben crime thriller series.

Here’s your guide to the best Harlan Coben shows on Netflix.

A list of the best Harlan Coben adaptions on Netflix

Fool Me Once (2023)

When ex-soldier Maya sees her murdered husband on a secret nanny cam, she uncovers a deadly conspiracy that stretches deep into the past.

Fool Me Once takes place in the UK and has a strong cast with Michelle Keegan stealing the show in the lead role.

Hold Tight (2022)

When a young man goes missing soon after his friend dies, life in a tight-knit, affluent Warsaw suburb slowly unravels, exposing secrets and lies.

Hold Tight is a Polish production (org. title Zachowaj spokój) and it works really well!

The Innocent (2021)

An accidental killing leads a man down a dark hole of intrigue and murder. Just as he finds love and freedom, one phone call brings back the nightmare.

The Innocent is a Spanish production and it’s extremely character-driven with lots of twists and turns.

The Woods (2020)

Evidence found on the body of a homicide victim sparks hope in a prosecutor that his sister who disappeared 25 years earlier could still be alive.

The Woods is a Polish production so the story has been moved to Poland, but it works perfectly. Be sure to check out this one as well.

The Stranger (2020)

When a stranger makes a shocking claim about his wife, family man Adam Price becomes entangled in a mystery as he desperately searches for answers.

The Stranger might seem strangely supernatural at first, but it really isn’t.

Gone for Good (2021)

Guillaume Lucchesi, in his thirties, thought he had drawn a line under the terrible tragedy which saw the two people he loved the most die: Sonia, his first love, and Fred, his brother. Ten years later, Judith, whose love has made his life worth living again, suddenly disappears during his mother’s funeral. To find her, Guillaume will have to face all the truths that were hidden from him by his family and friends, as well as those that he’d long decided to ignore. For better, but mostly for worse.

Gone for Good is French (org. title Disparu à jamais), the plot is intense and the mystery goes deep. But it is not the same quality as the previously mentioned Harlan Coben series.

Stay Close (2021)

With trademark thrills, gripping suspense and secrets of past crimes beginning to unravel, Stay Close questions how much you really know someone. Four people each conceal dark secrets from those closest to them; Megan (Jumbo) a working mother of three, Ray (Armitage), a once-promising documentary photographer, Broome (Nesbitt) a detective unable to let go of a missing person’s cold case, and Lorraine (Parish), an old friend of Megan’s. As the past comes back to haunt them, threatening to ruin their lives and the lives of those around them, what will be their next move?

If you’ve enjoyed the previous adaptions of Harlan Coben’s novels, then you’ll probably like this one. Though, it’s not as strong as the others.

Safe (2018)

After his teenage daughter goes missing, a widowed surgeon in an affluent neighborhood begins unearthing dark secrets about the people closest to him.

Michael C. Hall plays the lead in this British Harlan Coben series. It’s the only Harlan Coben show we haven’t reviewed so far. However, we still recommend that you check it out. I mean, Dexter‘s Michael C. Hall is reason enough!

Upcoming Harlan Coben Series on Netflix

With the recent success of Fool Me Once to begin 2024 with, Netflix has commissioned even more Harlan Coben adaptions. Both Missing You and Run Away are among the upcoming limited series slated for release in the coming years.

The former will be going into production in Spring 2024, so hopefully, we won’t be waiting too long for more Harlan Coben shows on Netflix.


Read our review of the Prime Video Harlan Coben series SHELTER >

Harlan Coben’s Missing You coming to Netflix

Missing You tells the story of detective Kat Donovan stumbling across her estranged fiancé on a dating app, forcing her to delve back into the mystery surrounding her father’s murder.

Rosalind Eleazar (Class of ’09) is playing the role of Detective Kat Donovan in the five-episode series.

Netflix series Run Away adapted from Harlan Coben’s novel

Run Away centers on Simon, whose perfect life is shattered when his oldest daughter, Paige, runs away and is found vulnerable and strung out on drugs in a city park. Simon’s search takes him into a dangerous underworld, where a shocking act of violence further rocks his life.

Stay updated on the upcoming Netflix shows from Harlan Coben

We’ll be sure to update this page as we know more about the upcoming Harlan Coben shows on Netflix. Until these new series are ready for release, make sure you check out all the Netflix series already made from Harlan Coben’s novels.

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