New Harlan Coben thriller series Hold Tight is coming to Netflix this month
It follows the search for a missing teenager
In very exciting news, we have a new Harlan Coben adaptation coming as Netflix has announced its latest, Hold Tight, will be released later this month. When Netflix says it has a Harlan Coben adaptation, you know that is going to mean twists, turns, huge shocking plots and a show that will no doubt keep you up at night.
Hold Tight is a 2008 thriller novel that deals with problems of parental controls, teenage suicide, child independence and abuse of prescribed drugs. It all starts with the mystery of a disappearance. Here’s everything you need to know about the latest Harlan Coben adaptation on Netflix, Hold Tight, before its release this month.
Hold Tight. April 22.
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— Harlan Coben (@HarlanCoben) April 4, 2022
Hold Tight is all about a teenage boy who goes missing
As with any good Harlan Coben thriller, this one follows a bunch of people who all have secrets. Hold Tight is a Polish thriller about a teenage boy who goes missing and his mother’s desperate hunt for answers. “We all have our own little secrets, right?” Someone can be heard saying in the trailer for the six-part series.
Based on the book of the same name, the show follows residents of a peaceful and wealthy neighbourhood in Warsaw’s suburbs, who all seem to live an idyllic life. However this all comes into question when teenager Adam vanishes into thin air. Everyone is at some point a suspect in what happened. The Netflix synopsis reads: “When a young man goes missing soon after his friend dies, life in a tight-knit, affluent Warsaw suburb slowly unravels, exposing secrets and lies.”
The show features Grzegorz DamiÄ™cki in the cast, who you might recognise from previous Harlan Coben Netflix adaptation, The Woods.
Watch the trailer for Hold Tight on Netflix here:
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