Most Anticipated Book TV Adaptations Coming Out in 2023!

If you are someone who spends most of your free time watching TV instead of reading, but you want to read more (we can understand you!), a good place to start is TV adaptations of books – Most Anticipated 2023 are from fiction, non-fiction, graphic novels, and even by a Pulitzer Prize winner. We don’t have the release dates for all of these titles, but we’re hoping they’ll debut in 2023 as we’ve heard about their production schedules.

Most Anticipated Book TV Adaptations Coming Out in 2023!

The Witches of Mayfair (AMC)

Book: The Lives of the Mayfair Witches by Anne Rice
Exit date: January 8

Following the delightful success of Interview with the Vampire – based on Anne Rice’s 1976 novel of the same name – AMC returns with an adaptation of yet another book by the gothic author. Mayfair Witches adapts the Lives of the Mayfair Witches trilogy, published between 1990 and 1994. Alexandra Daddario plays Rowan, a neurosurgeon whose life is turned upside down when she discovers she is linked to a family of powerful witches. As the Rowan begins to grapple with her own supernatural abilities, she begins to learn about a dark spirit haunting the Mayfairs.

Mayfair Witches – The Most Anticipated Book TV Adaptations Coming Out in 2023!

Wolf Pack (Paramount+)

Book: Wolf Pack by Edo Van Belkom
Exit date: January 26th

The beloved television series Teen Wolf may be over, but show creator Jeff Davis is returning with a new supernatural drama starring werewolves. Wolf Pack, based on Edo Van Belkom’s 2004 book of the same name, tells of two teenagers who come into contact after a wildfire in California. Both are bitten by a werewolf, and as they uncover the mystery behind the bites, they meet two others who were adopted by a park ranger after a previous fire ravaged the area. The Wolf Pack teaser trailer premiered at New York Comic Con 2022 and featured numerous growls, screams, and gore.

Daisy Jones and the Six (Prime Video)

Book: Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Exit date: March 3, 2023

If you love sex, drugs and rock and roll, then you might add Daisy Jones & The Six to your Kindle or Libby account before the highly anticipated series hits Prime Video in March. Riley Keogh plays the lead Daisy Jones, the front lady of a rock band poised to take on the world, but ends up breaking up after a legendary show at Chicago’s Soldier Field. Reid, who garnered a large audience for her bestsellers The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and Malibu Rising (both in adaptation), wrote the book like an episode of Behind the Music, with everyone involved in the former highly successful band tours contributing interviews decades apart.

The writers of Blame the Stars, Michael H. Weber and Scott Neustadter are behind the making of Prime Video, in association with Hello Sunshine productions. Keogh is joined by Sam Caflin as Billy Dunne, the band’s frontman prior to Daisy’s recruitment, Suki Waterhouse as keyboard player.

White House Plumbers (HBO)

Book: Integrity by Egil Krogh and Matthew Krogh
Exit date: March 2023

The premise of White House Plumbers it’s quite interesting. Based on Egil Krogh and his son Matthew Krogh’s 2007 book Integrity and public documents, the series chronicles how E. Howard Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy – the masterminds behind Watergate and Nixon’s political operatives – “accidentally overthrew the presidency they were zealously trying to protect,” according to HBO. But White House Plumbers is even more enticing thanks to its rich cast of characters: Woody Harrelson as Hunt, Justin Theroux as Liddy, Domnhall Gleeson as Nixon White House adviser John Dean, and Lena Headey as his wife. by Hunt, Dorothy. Additionally, the series is directed by David Mandel, the Veep showrunner.

American Born Chinese (Disney+)

Book: American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang
Exit date:TBD

Jin Wang (Ben Wang) just wants to live like a normal high school student, but that hope is dashed when he crosses paths with a foreign exchange student and starts meeting Chinese mythological deities. Directed by Destin Daniel Cretton, the series is based on the graphic novel of the same name by Gene Luen Yang which addresses issues such as race and identity. Fans of Everything Everywhere All At Once can look forward to the series, which stars Michelle Yeoh (as Guanyin), Ke Huy Quan (as Freddy Wong), and Stephanie Hsu (as Shiji Niangniang).

Three Women (Showtime)

Book: Three women by Lisa Taddeo
Exit date: TBD extension

Lisa Taddeo’s 2019 non-fiction bestseller Three Women tells the story of three women from across the United States. Taddeo spent eight years working on the book and now the emotional journeys of Lina, Sloane and Maggie will be shown on screen. Shailene Woodley plays Gia, a grieving writer who asks the three women to share their stories with her. Betty Gilpin, DeWanda Wise and Gabrielle Creevy play Lina, Sloane and Maggie, respectively, in what Showtime describes as an “intimate and haunting portrait of American female desire.”

Solo Leveling (Crunchyroll)

Book: Leveling only of Chugong
Exit date: TBD extension

Leveling only was originally released as a web novel by Chugong in 2016, before a comic book adaptation was serialized starting in 2018. Now, the story is making its way to animated form. Earlier this year, Crunchyroll announced that A-1 Pictures – the studio behind Sword Art Online – will produce the series with Shunsuke Nakashige directing. Solo Leveling follows Jinwoo, a weak hunter who is chosen by an enigmatic “System” to be given great powers. The trailer of the anime series has already gained 4.3 million views as of July 2022.

The Last Thing He Told Me (Apple TV+)

Book: The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave
Exit date: TBD extension

The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave spent 48 weeks on the New York Times Best Seller list in 2021, and the story of a woman searching for her missing husband and forming a special bond with her stepdaughter in the process is coming to Apple TV+. Produced by Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine, The Last Thing He Told Me stars Jennifer Garner in the lead role of Hannah. Garner replaced Julia Roberts, who according to Variety dropped out of the project due to a scheduling issue. Angourie Rice plays stepdaughter Bailey and Nicolaj Coster-Waldeu her missing husband Owen.

The Power (Amazon Prime Video)

Book: The Power by Naomi Alderman
Exit date: TBD extension

Naomi Alderman’s adaptation of her 2016 sci-fi bestseller The Power has seen a number of changes. Leslie Mann, who was set to play lead character Margot Cleary-Lopez, and Tim Robbins, set to play Daniel Dandon, left the project in 2022 and were replaced by Toni Collette and Josh Charles, respectively. Additionally, although the show originally considered Georgia as a filming location, it pulled out in 2019 after Gov. Brian Kemp signed into law the “heartbeat” bill, TIME reported. The anticipation has only heightened anticipation for the Amazon Prime Video series, which is about a world where girls have the ability to deliver electric shocks from their fingers.

All the Light We Cannot See (Netflix)

Book: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
Exit date: TBD extension

Netflix’s adaptation of All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Dooer – which won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 2015 – has been in the works since 2019. Shawn Levy will direct the four-part limited series with Steven Knight writing, while Grammy-winning composer James Newton Howard will write the soundtrack. The series will star Aria Mia Loberti as Marie-Laure LeBlanc, a blind French teenager, and Louis Hofmann as Werner Pfennig, a German soldier fighting in World War II with whom Marie-Laure crosses paths.

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Most Anticipated Book TV Adaptations Coming Out in 2023!