It’s widely known that the book is typically better than the series or movie, but hear us out! Even if the original book is still your fave, spending more time with our favorite characters is always a win, no matter what format we get them in. Here are a few fan-favorite book-to-screen adaptations you can check out right now!
Shadowhunters fans can enjoy TWO different adaptations of Cassandra Clare's beloved Mortal Instruments series! There's the Shadowhunters TV show, streaming now on Hulu. AND there's the Mortal Instruments movie from 2013, which you can watch on Netflix or rent on Prime. I recommend you watch both and compare them to your fave scenes from the books!
Wishing for a romantic Italian summer? Follow along with Lina as she takes a road trip across Tuscany in this bestseller filled with romance, mystery, and adventure, and then see Lina's story come to life in the Netflix original movie!
Jenny Han is the QUEEN of YA book-to-screen adaptations, and To All the Boys I've Loved Before is the one that started it all! You can now watch all three To All the Boys movies on Netflix, along with a spin-off series, XO, Kitty!
If you haven't visited Cousins Beach yet, what are you waiting for?! This classic trilogy from superstar Jenny Han will transport you to magical summers at the beach house with Belly and her BFFs/love interest, Jeremiah and Conrad. *Cue "Cruel Summer" in the background*
Want something a little darker and creepier for fall reading (and viewing)? The Midnight Club follows a group of eight terminally ill teens in a hospice that form "the Midnight Club," where they come together to tell scary stories and make a pact to prove that there is life after death. Watch this story come to life on Netflix!
A fan-favorite read and a Time Best YA Book of All Time (2021), Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe is a friends-to-lovers story that's finally getting it's time in the limelight as a major motion picture. This movie is ABSOLUTELY worth a watch, and it'll make you fall in love with Ari and Dante all over again!