Now that fall is finally here, it’s time to embrace the chillier weather and what better way to do that than a movie marathon? And what’s better than a movie marathon? A movie marathon of adaptations based on some of the best books! Time to get your favorite sweatshirt, a cozy blanket, and some snacks—because some of the best adaptations are right around the corner. Here’s what book-to-screen adaptations you should stream this fall.

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Tell Me Lies (Out now)

Based on the novel by Carola Lovering

Where to watch: Hulu

Tell Me Lies follows the ups and downs of the relationship of Lucy Albright and Stephen DeMarco. Not far into her freshmen year, Lucy meets Stephen and he is so many things: charming, complicated and arrogant. Stephen sees Lucy as irresistible and quickly finds that he must have her. While Stephen is trying to hide a dark secret from his past, Lucy knows that Stephen isn’t to be trusted and still can’t resist him.

Blonde (9/23)

Based on the novel by Joyce Carol Oates

Where to watch: Netflix

Joyce Carol Oates reimagines the life of Marilyn Monroe from her life as Norma Jeane Baker to Hollywood starlet. Paying tribute to an icon in Hollywood, this is a fictional story imagining all the ups and downs in the life of one of the most famous movie stars in history.

My Best Friend’s Exorcism (9/30)

Based on the novel by Grady Hendrix

Where to watch: Prime Video

After experimenting with LSD with a group of friends, Gretchen vanishes into the woods—only to come back a few hours later acting completely unlike herself. While Gretchen swears nothing happened, her best friend Abby notices Gretchen’s unusual behavior, and begins to believe her bestie has been possessed by a demon.

Luckiest Girl Alive (10/7)

Based on the novel by Jessica Knoll

Where to watch: Netflix

Ani FaNelli has a glamorous job and the perfect fiancé, and is on her way to truly living the perfect life. That is, until a secret from her past threatens to destroy everything Ani has worked so hard to leave behind from her high school years.

The Midnight Club (10/7)

Based on the novel by Christopher Pike 

Where to watch: Netflix

Rotterham Home is the place where teenagers with terminal illnesses go to die. Every night at midnight a group of friends that call themselves the Midnight Club get together to tell all different kinds of stories. One night in the middle of a frightening tale, the group of friends make a pact that when one of them dies, they will do whatever they can to contact the group from the afterlife. Then, one of them dies, and the Midnight Club is left waiting to see what happens next.

My Policeman (11/4)

Based on the novel by Bethan Roberts

Where to watch: Prime Video

In 1950’s Brighton, Marion and Tom meet and it’s truly love at first sight. A few years into their relationship, Tom meets Patrick, and Patrick finds himself enamored with policeman Tom. The safest way for Patrick and Tom to be together is for Tom to marry Marion and keep his relationship with Patrick a secret. But soon, one person breaks and three lives begin to fall apart.

She Said (11/18)

Based on the book by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey

Where to watch: Only in theaters

This is the true story of journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey as the two go from hearing rumors of Harvey Weinstein and his treatment of women, to confidentially investigating him for months through interviews of previous employees and actresses. Eventually, the two women convinced their sources to come forward and spark a war between the New York Times and Harvey Weinstein.

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