Netflix has unveiled a teaser for its new original French production “Disparu à toujours”, adapted from the best-selling novel by Harlan Coben.
A new adaptation of Harlan Coben will soon be released on Netflix. The platform has indeed unveiled the first images of its series Gone forever, taken from the eponymous bestseller published by the American novelist in 2002.
Ten years after the accident which cost the lives of his girlfriend and his brother, Guillaume Lucchesi sets out in search of his wife Judith, who mysteriously disappeared following the funeral of his mother. In his investigation, the thirty-something will make the discovery of buried family secrets which will awaken in him the stigmata of a still painful past.
Composed of five 50-minute episodes, the series produced by Harlan Coben was created by David Elkaïm and Vincent Poymiro; the cast of the program notably brings together Finnegan Oldfield in the lead role, but also Nicolas Duvauchelle, Guillaume Gouix and Garance Marillie.
Gone Forever marks Netflix’s fourth adaptation of a Harlan Coben novel, following Into the Woods, Bullying and Innocent.