Roslund & Hellström: Cell 8 (Viaplay)
6x 44mins (2023)
Will plays Dexter throughout the 6 part mini series, which follows detectives Mariana Hermansson and Ewert Grens, as they get into a mysterious and increasingly dark series of events.
All Creatures Great & Small (PBS/C5)
The numerous adventures of a countryside veterinarian practice in 1930s to 1940s Yorkshire, England. Will has played Gerald Hammond for 3 seasons.
Silent Witness (BBC)
2x 57m (2020)
When the body of a teenager is found in a field near the village where he lived the team must determine if the killer is a stranger or a local.
Shakespeare and Hathaway (BBC)
An oddball couple of private detectives named Luella Shakespeare and Frank Hathaway investigate crime in Stratford-upon-Avon.
A.D. Kingdom & Empire (NBC)
Follows the book of ACTS in what took place after the Crucifixion of Christ. Will plays Cornelius through the limited series.
In The Club (ITV)
Drama series about a group of expectant parents who bond at pre-natal classes and the lives of the couples leading up to the births. Will plays DS Jackson in two episodes.
The daily lives of staff at a Birmingham medical practice, including their often-dramatic involvements with their patients.
Scott and Bailey (ITV)
Detectives Janet Scott & Rachel Bailey investigate murders with Manchester Police's Major Incident Team.
Coronation Street (ITV)
The world's longest-running television soap, Coronation Street focuses on the everyday lives of working-class people in Manchester, England. Will played Chris Gray.
Law and Order UK (ITV)
A bipolar homeless man is found beaten unconscious. An angry resident of the neighborhood is charged with the premeditated attack.
Doctor Who (BBC)
When the Doctor and Rose become stranded on a planet orbiting a black hole, they find a human expedition crew and their servants, the Ood, being terrorised by the Devil.
The everyday lives of the people frequenting the frenetic Accident and Emergency department of Holby City Hospital. Will played Woody.
The Courtroom (Channel 4)
The Courtroom is a British legal drama created by Phil Redmond
Friends and Crocodiles
Written and Directed by Stephen Poliakoff.
Friends and Crocodiles is an intoxicating story following the shifting balance of power between a visionary and hedonistic boss, Paul Reynolds (Damian Lewis), and his secretary, Lizzie (Jodhi May).
Hughie Green, Most Sincerely
Written by Tony Basgallop and directed by Daniel Percival
Trevor Eve plays popular entertainer Hughie Green in this compelling drama. The Opportunity Knocks star harboured a secret that rocked the showbiz world after his death in 1997.
Written by Paul Raschid and directed by Russell England
A group of privileged students spends a night patrolling the prestigious Dhoultham school that turns into the worst night of their lives as they face off against burglars, supernatural spirits, and a deeper, darker evil.
Written and directed by David Nath
A single mum receives an anonymous text message, claiming her new boyfriend is having an inappropriate relationship with her 11 year old daughter. Over one weekend the accusation fractures the relationship between the couple.
Written by Gurkan Tanyas and directed by Can Ulkay
The two Turks went to Australia. They provide their livelihood by selling ice-cream with a wheelbarrow and camel show in festivals. In 1915 they learned that there was a war in the country. They decide to go to Çanakkale. However, the authorities do not allow them to leave the island.
Written and directed by Karl Golden
A homeless man searching for his lost dog forges an unexpected bond with a young boy.
The Last Witness
Written by Paul Szambowski
An ambitious young journalist uncovers the horrific slaughter of twenty-two thousand Polish officers during World War II. A secret that has been kept hidden for far too many years.
Written by Simon Block and directed by Ciaran Donnelly
Jesus followers are hunted, leaderless and desperately searching for understanding, but when Jesus rises from death, they realize that hope didn't die on the cross. It lives on in them.
Written by and directed by Paul Raschid
An art curator is held hostage by a portraitist who threatens to detonate a bomb unless their demands are met. 'The Gallery' contains two interactive narratives - set in 1981 (with a female protagonist) and 2021 (with a male protagonist).