Is the book better than the movie or series?
That’s an argument that requires a case by case ruling, but Behind Her Eyes, a new six-part psychological drama which starts airing on February 17, will have to do well to rival the acclaim of the novel by Sarah Pinbrough.
The 2017 novel scored Pinbrough a “substantial six-figure” deal with HarperCollins, and that’s before you consider the fee Netflix would have forked out.
If you haven’t read the book, here’s what Collider says you should expect:
Simona Brown, a single mother, has found herself the perfect new job as an assistant to psychiatrist Tom Bateman. In fact, it’s a too little perfect, as the two begin an affair — despite Bateman being married to Eve Hewson, who is well on the way to forming a friendship with Brown.
As this love triangle blasts forward, creepy-eepy things begin to reveal themselves, and it sure as heck looks like the three folks are about to unlock something they never should have. Something… supernatural.
Supernatuurlik, hey? Wild.
Writers Steve Lightfoot (Hannibal) and Angela LaManna (The Haunting of Bly Manor) were responsible for adapting the novel, so there’s some added creditability.
As with everything else on Netflix, we can only hope that it’s better than the Golden Globe-nominated (yes, really) Emily in Paris.
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