Harlan Coben’s Favorite Binge-Worthy TV Series


 

As a perennial #1 New York Times bestselling author, Harlan Coben is no stranger to a suspenseful story that won’t let you out of its grip. In fact, with over 70 million books in print and thirty novels to his name, we’re gonna go ahead and call him an authority on the subject.

Not only that, as creator and executive producer of several television shows like the new Netflix Original drama, Safe, Coben knows what makes for great television, too. So, we were thrilled when he shared his own favorite binge-worthy TV shows with our Novel Suspects editors.

 

Here’s what’s on Harlan Coben’s binge-worthy TV list:

 

1. Hill Street Blues

2. St. Elsewhere

3. Lost

4. Breaking Bad

5. Veronica Mars

6. The Americans

Watch Harlan Coben’s shows on Netflix:

Safe

We would gladly watch Michael C. Hall’s acting all-day, every-day, until the end of time (Dexteranyone?). So, when we heard that he’s the star of Harlan Coben’s brand-new Netflix Original drama, Safe, we cleared our calendars to binge-watch all eight episodes in one sitting. (Don’t act like you’ve never done it!)

The Five

Harlan Coben’s other series on Netflix, The Five is worthy of an all-in-one-weekend watch, too. So, maybe your plans for next weekend, too? When there’s a will there’s a way—and we know you’ll want to watch this one, too.

 

 


About Harlan Coben

With over 70 million books in print worldwide, Harlan Coben is the perennial # 1 New York Times bestselling author of thirty novels including Fool Me Once, Tell No One, Don’t Let Go, the renowned Myron Bolitar series and the Mickey Bolitar series for young adults. His books are published in 43 languages around the globe and he is the first author to win all three prestigious mystery/thriller book awards—Edgar Award, Shamus Award and Anthony Award.

Coben is the creator and executive producer of The Five, an original 10 episode crime drama from Sky1 now available on Netflix. His new Netflix Original drama, Safe, starring Michael C. Hall was released on May 10th.