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TNT
TNT's Will Podcast
The official companion podcast to the TNT original series Will, a new drama about a young William Shakespeare. Join historian Michael Wood each week for an in-depth episode discussion with Craig Pearce (creator and executive producer) and Shekhar Kapur (executive producer and director), as they reveal behind-the-scenes details and parse fact from fiction in Shakespeare's mysterious backstory. New episodes of Will air Mondays at 9/8c on TNT.
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Ratings & Reviews
3.8 stars from 60 ratings
Thanks for not dumbing it down
The trust and respect that Craig and Shekhar have for the work and the audience resulted in a show that was thought provoking, visually beautiful and gripping. They do not dumb it down which makes it work so well and stand out among so many choices for entertainment. Michael as host pulls out...Read full review »
Waiting 47/$;83! via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/05/17
Amazing
Im so sad that the season is ending soon because I love the show and the podcast. It's not only entertaining but informative, and I love every second!!!Read full review »
jAcLyN060298 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/30/17
Podcast
Just listened to episode 9 of this podcast and thoroughly enjoyed it. Will listen to the other 8 and look forward to next weeks as well. Love the show!
ErinMusic1999 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/29/17
Recent Episodes
Director/Executive Producer Shekhar Kapur returns to the podcast to discuss the Will finale with host Michael Wood and Creator/Executive Producer Craig Pearce, and to explain why he believes that if Shakespeare were to write a play about his life today, it would be similar to TNT's Will. The trio...
Published 09/05/17
Published 09/05/17
Host Michael Wood and Creator/Executive Producer Craig Pearce explore the Elizabethan philosophy of "live fast, die young, and leave a pox-ridden corpse," and how it's the same force that drives any third world country or poverty stricken area today; the need to accomplish and do things "now"...
Published 08/29/17
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