Posted on December 4, 2019 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

In case you missed it (or forgot), Janet Evanovich is headed to the small screen — two times.

Her twenty-seventh Stephanie Plum book will introduce a new character, Gabrielle, who will be the center of one show in development.

(Twisted Twenty-Six, the most recent Plum novel to date, has been out just a month, so you may need to be patient.)

The other show will star Fox and O’Hare, characters from a five-book series that Evanovich co-wrote with author-screenwriter Lee Goldberg.

The Los Angeles Times recently caught up with Evanovich to look forward at these projects and reflect on the long, wild, and improbable journey she’s been on.

Categories: Author Interview

Longing for more Lizzy and Diesel
Delores Malmer | 11/13/23 at 10:16 AM
Is there a Janet Evanovich fan club, or book club?
Çora Tucker | 9/28/23 at 12:36 PM
Love the audio books and can't wait for TV series.
Noelle | 1/3/23 at 10:32 AM
Television and film depictions never match my imagination, except in Harry Potter. Love the books and the characters.- each is a true individual.
Li bby Esther Berman | 6/14/21 at 11:53 AM
I love to read. I used to read romance novels from the king and queen times. When I read the 1st Stephanie Plum series 1 4 the $$ then on & on I am a fast reader .so I couldn't wait until I could read the next one.
KIMBERLY Chambers | 12/27/20 at 9:00 PM
I love all your books. Can't wait for both series on TV. Thanks for the laughter.
Colise Johnson | 5/6/20 at 5:41 AM
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