Last year's news that Netflix is adapting A Series of Unfortunate Events  has us wanting to revisit the book series, and we learned that Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman will be coming to the small screen  for a limited series based on a bestselling book. There are other books that are being adapted for TV right now, so we've gathered them up for you to check out. Find out what you should be reading before you can watch it!
Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty
- What it's about: This dark comedic tale tells the story of three mothers of kindergartners whose lives unravel — and possibly lead to murder.
- Who's starring: Nicole Kidman  and Reese Witherspoon  are both producing and starring as two of the mothers, and David E. Kelley is also producing.
- When it premieres: TBD on HBO
A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket
- What it's about: Orphaned siblings Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire  evade their evil uncle, Count Olaf, who's trying to get his hands on their fortune.
- Who's starring: No one has been cast yet, but we have some ideas .
- When it premieres: TBD on Netflix
Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn
- What it's about: A reporter cones back to her hometown to investigate the murder of two young girls, which brings up her own demons.
- Who's starring: No one has been cast yet, but author Flynn is on board  to produce, and Girlfriends' Guide To Divorce creator Marti Noxon is in charge.
- When it premieres: TBD
The Terror by Dan Simmons
- What it's about: A Royal Navy expedition in 1847 goes awry when a terrifying creature stalks them through the Arctic's Northwest Passage.
- Who's starring: No one has joined the cast yet, but Ridley Scott is producing the series .
- When it premieres: TBD on AMC
Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke
- What it's about: This alternative-history novel explores the use of magic in England during the Napoleonic Wars and the relationship between two men: Gilbert Norrell and Jonathan Strange.
- Who's starring: Eddie Marsan is playing Gilbert Norrell, and Bertie Carvel is Jonathan Strange.
- When it premieres: June 13 on BBC America
War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy
- What it's about: Tolstoy's epic follows five Russian families in the mire of the French invasion of Russia.
- Who's starring: Paul Dano, Lily James, Stephen Rea, and James Norton will star.
- When it premieres: 2016 on the BBC
Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
- What it's about: In this heart-wrenching novel, a boy comes home to find a box of tapes recorded by his classmate and crush Hannah, who has recently killed herself. She lists 13 reasons why she did it, which include his actions.
- Who's starring: Selena Gomez  has signed on to star as Hannah.