I was wondering who'd pick their own.
Anathema would make for a solid movie series, kinda like what we see for The Avengers, and what Batman v Superman is trying pathetically to imitate for the DC franchise.
Listening To The Other Side is a story on this site that's not getting a percentage point of the attention it deserves, and it would make a beautiful miniseries. Not quite "full show" material, at least not as the author currently seems to be taking the story, but it would make for a great series like they do to so many of those Stephen King novels. Only, y'know, actually good.
But for the fun of looking at my stuff. The first two books are movie material. They have clear beginnings, middles and ends that web and/or tv series generally lack. They're written to be read as novels.
As such, they could fill the big screen pretty effectively... but they're part of a series, not a serial. At least until I do a dozen sequels for them. See you a decade from now?
My third book, however... seems to be the ideal pitch for an episodic scifi show. We got the lead hero who just so happens to be a special forces cyborg (because why not?) working for a company that's dipping into covert operations. Basically superpowered problem solving that's too big for the police, but not to a scale that justifies the National Guard.
Really, I just wanted an excuse to go jumping all over not just the country, but the planet, and show off the setting... but it does offer the perfect storm of offering episodic adventures as well as long term plot arcs. I could make it run for years just jumping from place to place and event to event.
Like one part Six Million Dollar Man, one part Quantum Leap, one part Stargate, and two parts CSI and/or NCIS.