Sometimes, producers adapt a beloved book and it turns out great. Most of the time, however, book-to-TV adaptations are awful. 2019 is about to bring some really great book-to-TV shows, continuing the recent trend of adapting novels for the small screen.\nTo tide us over until new shows are released, I've rounded up a list of some current book-to-TV adaptations on Netflix, going from the genuinely good, to the so-bad-it's-good, to the downright terrible.\nREAD ALSO: A Wes Anderson Festival Is Coming To Montreal.\nTL;DR Read on for a list of book adaptations that are currently on Netflix. I ranked shows from good (genuinely good shows), to bad (shows you can't look away from), to the ugly (shows that downright have no redeeming qualities).\nThe Good\nYou\nYou is one of Netflix's more recent additions. It's a psycho-thriller based on Caroline Kepne's thriller 'You.' Featuring a roster of well-known stars, (Dan from Gossip Girl! Shay Mitchell from Pretty Little Liars!), the show delves deep into the mind of a disturbed stalker determined to get the girl. It has already been renewed for a second season.\nView this post on Instagram i love books. cc: @hotdudesreading A post shared by YOU (@younetflix) on Jan 4, 2019 at 9:25am PST\nThis one gets a "good" rating because, although it's kind of corny, the pace and suspense of the show will keep you on your toes.\nFather Brown\nA crime-solving priest? Sign me up! This show about a funky priest is in the "good" list because of the loveable characters and the historical setting (it is set in post WWII Britain).\nView this post on Instagram 🕵️♂️What's your favourite Sullivan quote? "And where do I find Mr Amen....Hotep?" (Not from this scene) #fatherbrown A post shared by BBC's Father Brown (@fatherbrownseries) on Oct 30, 2018 at 2:51pm PDT\nAlias Grace\nThis is originally a novel by Margaret Atwood, the fantastic Canadian author. While we've all been obsessing over the Hulu remake of 'The Handmaid's Tale,' this show has mostly passed under the radar despite a clever and compelling plot that showcases the trials of womanhood.\nView this post on Instagram Alias Grace (2017) 🔪 - I finally watched this and I loved it sooo much. I need more shows like this in my life 😫 Has anyone seen it? It's available on Netflix 💜 A post shared by ⚜🏴🇯🇲💜 ~ Katy (@princessesandpetticoats) on Oct 27, 2018 at 10:29am PDT\nThe 100\nThis action-packed sci-fi show will leave you breathless after every episode. Set in a post-apocalyptic world, the series is jarring. Fans clearly can't get enough, because it's currently on its sixth season.\nView this post on Instagram #The100 has been renewed for Season 6 on The CW! A post shared by The 100 (@cw_the100) on May 8, 2018 at 1:04pm PDT\nAlways A Witch\nThis Colombian show about a time-travelling witch is loosely adapted from a book titled Yo, Bruja. It has everything you might want in a show: bright colours, beautiful outfits, witty dialogue and memorable characters. You can read a full review here.\nView this post on Instagram Esos artefactos modernos tienen el poder de congelar buenos momentos, este es un “jashtag” recuerdo con Johnny Ki. 🤜🏼🤛🏾 A post shared by Siempre Bruja (@siempre.bruja) on Mar 4, 2019 at 7:36am PST\nA Series of Unfortunate Events\nThis series, starring Neil Patrick Harris as Olaf, is a perfect depiction of the childhood classic. It balances darkness and despair with humour and rocambolesque scenes.\nView this post on Instagram If we wait until we’re ready, we’ll be waiting for the rest of our lives. A post shared by A Series Of Unfortunate Events (@unfortunate) on Feb 15, 2019 at 9:51am PST\nThe Bad\nShadowhunters\nThe well-known Cassandra Clare series was once again adapted after the lacklustre movie, this time as a Netflix Original series. The acting is bad and the scriptwriting is lazy but it has a certain can't-look-away quality to it, making it bingeable af.\nView this post on Instagram Shadow World 101. #Shadowhunters A post shared by Shadowhunters (@shadowhunterstv) on Mar 2, 2019 at 5:31pm PST\nThe show has been cancelled by producers, and it's running through its final season now. Enjoy it while it lasts!\nThe Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina\nSabrina is another show that I love to hate. Sure, it's nothing like the original series, but it's fun and ridiculous. The rebellious teen witch, torn between her human side and her witch side, is embroiled in mystery. The satanic, kitschy aspect to the show is a definite plus, too.\nView this post on Instagram double, double, boys and trouble. #CAOS returns April 5. A post shared by Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (@sabrinanetflix) on Mar 13, 2019 at 8:00am PDT\nGossip Girl\nThis show about rich teens in Manhattan glorifies drugs, getting blackout on champagne, and making fun of poor kids. Not to mention that the characters, which we love to hate, do some pretty dubious things (blackmail, revenge porn etc.). However, the beautiful actors and the shiny world they live in kind of make up for the lack of a meaningful plot.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Gossip Girl (@gossipgirlfeed) on Mar 22, 2019 at 11:55pm PDT\nThe Ugly\nPretty Little Liars\nLet's be real. This show was good for maybe three seasons. Because of the decent first seasons, it may have qualified for the "bad" list. But the irredeemable last seasons, and unsatisfying ending, put it squarely in the "ugly" category. Not to mention the fact that it felt like it ran on FOREVER. A spin-off is still airing.\nView this post on Instagram Never trust what you can only see. ___________ Our spinoff series, Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists premieres Wednesday, March 20th. A post shared by Pretty Little Liars (@prettylittleliars) on Feb 26, 2019 at 1:05pm PST\nGirlboss\nAdapted from the founder of Nastygal's memoir, #GIRLBOSS, the show was pretty terrible — it wasn't even renewed for a second season.\nView this post on Instagram Another fun day with this beauty💖 #girlboss #sophiaamoruso #girlbosstv #netflix Makeup by ME😊 #mkupbynikki Hair by @brianfisherhair A post shared by Nikki Lawson (@nikkilawson_makeup) on Aug 25, 2016 at 6:16pm PDT\nHow do you feel about these book adaptations? I think I rounded up most of the book adaptations on Netflix, but I can always use new show recommendations!