The actress will curate the new series for literature fans.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Netflix has announced the launch of a new virtual book club, which will be led by ‘Orange Is the New Black’ actor Uzo Aduba.
According to various reports, the new show would have the American-Nigerian actress hosting episodes based on titles adapted by the streaming site.
Members of the book club will also have the opportunity to read each novel and see the Netflix adaptations as Aduba interviews the writers and cast members of the films.
“Before these stories became pop culture phenomenon, they were first your favourite books,” Aduba says in the Netflix Book Club teaser.
“And if you ever wondered how a beloved story goes from page to screen, then you’re invited to Netflix Book Club.”
Watch the Teaser:
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