Top 5 Wednesday|Sept. 14th|TV Shows.


Books You Want to See as TV Shows:

I usually try and stay away from TV Shows based off of books, because
most of the time they end up being lame, so I’m gonna switch it up a bit,
and share with you books that I think would be better as either a Movie, or
TV Show, not both! I would rather see these books as movies only, but
this post is about TV Shows… 🙄  

1.) I’ll Give You The Sun by Jandy Nelson.
This one would have to be a movie. I’m not so sure that it would
work as a TV Show. They would probably have to change and add on
a lot of stuff…They would probably end up ruining something so
Great…So Movie only please! 

2.)The Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead.

I’m sorry but the movie for this book totally SUCKED! I think it 
might work better as a TV Series, as long as they don’t hire a shitty
cast, or make it so Comedic. It can be funny, but the humor in the
movie didn’t work. It was all wrong! It was all just a big JOKE!

3.) Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock.

I think this would be great as a Netflix original Movie! Netflix has
been doing the damn thing lately, and I think they would do a good
job with this book. I wouldn’t miss it! 😀

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4.) Get Well Soon & Have A Nice Day by Julie Halpern.

I think it the story gets tweaked a little bit, I would be all
for a TV Series based on these books. I liked Get Well Soon better
than Have A Nice Day, but like I said a little change in these 
stories would be magic! 

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5.) The Thousand Dollar Tan Line & Mr. Kiss And Tell

by Rob Thomas & Jennifer Graham.
Basically I just want the Veronica Mars Series back! I LOVED
that show! Sadly it got cancelled, and I got into it after the fact.
Yeah, I know that there is a movie, and I can always keep reading
the books as they come out, but nothing beats watching Kristen
Bell kill it as Veronica Mars. She is witty as hell, and I love her! 😀

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25 thoughts on “Top 5 Wednesday|Sept. 14th|TV Shows.

  1. I liked the Vampire Academy movie! lol The humor was the best part of it. I haven’t read the books though so I don’t know what the tone of them actually are yet. I always watch Veronica Mars reruns when I can catch them. They always cancel the good shows. 😦

  2. I agree with you about Vampire Academy! I think it would work much better as a TV show than a movie. It happens so much that it would be easier to put it in more than one episode.

      1. I once heard that they were in the talks with some channel about reviving the show after the movie came out, but I haven’t heard anything since, which is a real bummber. The crowdfunded movie should have been indication enough that people want V in their lives.

  3. VA made my list lol, I just read yours and I didn’t even watch the movie. The trailer killed me, I just knew the movie would be trash.

  4. As always, I haven’t read any of the books on your list. And I really need to get around to reading Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock. Great list! 🙂 It has made me add 5 more interesting books to my TBR list! 😀

  5. Would love to see I’ll Give You The Sun be made into a movie! Would be amazing. I almost put it on my list, but you’re right, I don’t think it’d work as a tv series. 🙂

  6. Great list. Haven’t read any of the books but I’ve been meaning to read VA, just haven’t gotten around to it yet. I own I’ll give you the sun, just haven’t read it yet, but since it’s a standalone I think it’d be best as a movie instead of a TV show as well.

  7. I haven’t read the Vampire Academy books, and I haven’t seen the movie either, but clearly I’m not missing anything there, lol. I guess the movie is like The Last Airbender in that nobody talks about it. 😉

  8. The only book I have read from your list is the first book in the Vampire Academy series and I wish they adapt the book into movies!

  9. Vampire Academy would do great as a TV show! I’ll watch it 🙂 I actually enjoyed the movie, but that was a long time after I read the first book.

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