The Will

  • 2005
  • TV Show
  • None

Friends and family members of a rancher square off in a feud over the naming of a sole heir of his 560-acre estate in Kansas. It was promoted as a real-life `Dynasty,' but `The Will' wasn't well-received and was canceled after only one airing.

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05:05 — Shakespeare's words are legendary, but his life is a mystery, until now. Discover the man behind the myth with the show's creative team, as they weave (more…)
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02:33 — Go behind the scenes with executive producers and the cast behind Will.
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05:00 — Shakespeare's words are legendary, but his life is a mystery, until now. Discover the man behind the myth with the show's creative team, as they weave (more…)

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Once, Bright Angel Season 1, Episode 10 Paid

Will and the company are shocked by a terrible discovery; they must risk everything in a life and death struggle for survival.

Play the Devil Season 1, Episode 9 Paid

To write his new play, Will must confront Topcliffe. To achieve greatness Richard must tell his father a harsh truth. Alice contemplates a perilous mission.

Your Houses Season 1, Episode 8 Jul 23, 2017 $1.99

Will is shocked to learn of Alice's new passion. Haunted by his inability to write, Marlowe embarks on a self-destructive path. Plague haunts London, and Richard discovers what he believes in.

Something Wicked This Way Comes Season 1, Episode 6 Jul 17, 2017 $1.99

Tensions rise as Will (Laurie Davidson) and Alice (Olivia DeJonge) continue to collaborate, while Anne (Deirdre Mullins) attempts to adjust to London life. Love forces Marlowe (Jamie Campbell Bower) to confront his darkest fears. Presto (Lukas Rolfe) is forced to confront true evil.

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  • Premiered: January 8, 2005
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: Friends and family members of a rancher square off in a feud over the naming of a sole heir of his 560-acre estate in Kansas. It was promoted as a real-life `Dynasty,' but `The Will' wasn't well-received and was canceled after only one airing. (more)

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