William and Mary

She brings people into the world, he sees them out but for them, love is the biggest mystery of all. Martin Clunes (Doc Martin) and Julie Graham (The Bletchley Circle) are the slightly-jaded-but-ever-hopeful couple looking to finally get it right in this addictive British dramedy.
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  1. 1. Episode 1
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    December 1, 2013
    Baby Thomas has joyfully turned the house upside down. But the family's happiness is tempered when Molly confronts a health crisis.
  2. 2. Episode 2
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    April 23, 2005
    William and Mary are desperate for some alone time, but their plans are continually thwarted by college interviews, babies in need, and a suspicious death.
  3. 3. Episode 3
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    May 1, 2005
    After a difficult birth, Mary is rudely propositioned by the new father. Meanwhile, William must fend off the advances of a flirtatious female lawyer.
  4. 4. Episode 4
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    May 8, 2005
    Mary is furious that she's been kept in the dark about her son Terence's feud with a local gang. When William suggests the boy leave town for his safety, she begins to freeze him out.
  5. 5. Episode 5
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    May 14, 2005
    Between Terence's leaving and Molly's cancer battle, Mary remains frosty towards William and tempted by a new acquaintance. But when Molly takes a turn for the worse, Mary realizes what she has with William.
  6. 6. Episode 6
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    December 1, 2013
    Some joyous news inspires William to look for a new home that will allow Terence to return. At the celebration, he and Mary realize that all their dreams have come true.

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4.3 out of 5 stars

192 global ratings

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Karen HearneReviewed in the United States on February 14, 2017
3.0 out of 5 stars
To many tantrums by Mary
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I started out really liking the series but it quickly became tiresome with such a self righteous, easily offended Mary who throws little fits over everything she doesn't like. It would have been better if they had given her a little control over herself. Martin is great in everything I've seen him in but his roll here is a man always apologizing for stuff that isn't his fault. I just found the show not that entertaining even though I hung in there almost to the end. Kept hoping it would get better because I really like Martin.
6 people found this helpful
MaryReviewed in the United States on August 20, 2017
3.0 out of 5 stars
Season 1 was the best one. I continued to watch 2 and 3
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Season 1 was the best one. I continued to watch 2 and 3, however I became increasingly disappointed about some of the characters and their situations. In season 3 Mary, started to become a selfish and neurotic person. Their parenting skills are too lax which can give the wrong impression on children that it is okay to do whatever they want in the household. Also, they tolerate too much flighty individuals in their lives like Reuben. His interference in William and Mary's wedding was absolutely unfair and should have been dealt with accordingly. There were some things I admire about the series, their family structure flexibility and non-judgmental attitudes.
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DJDReviewed in the United States on April 19, 2016
3.0 out of 5 stars
Like Martin Clunes
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I liked the series. Partly because I really like actor, Martin Clunes. I liked that these two people got together and found love, even in the midst of all the messy-ness of combined families. Also getting a glimpse of an undertaker's life and the life of a midwife and her occupation was really fun. The only thing I did not like was the fact that they didn't marry and didn't see the need for it. Unpopular opinion today, I realize, but the lack of seeing a need for real commitment is part of our problem.
5 people found this helpful
Peter HaggartReviewed in the United States on October 27, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
She's a Mid-Wife and He is a Funeral Director
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We enjoyed the program ----- but Mary is such a difficult character to deal with, she is the "Doc Martin" is this series and William is the calmer and collected one who learns from his behavior. It starts off in a light tone ---- she brings people into the world as a mid-wife and he takes them to their final resting place as a funeral director ---- but it has some serious issues that must be dealt with and sometimes they overpower the viewer with their many complications. But do watch it --- good actors and a good supporting cast!
3 people found this helpful
Rev. Jim B.Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2017
3.0 out of 5 stars
Great Acting, Love Martin, but Writing's a Tosser
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While I thought the premise of this show was fantastic (coupling an undertaker and midwife), and the acting first-rate, whoever wrote the part of Mary made her character SO easily offended, so downright mean to William that in Episode 5 one of her kids comments on how badly she treats him. It isn't uplifting to watch, because the characters are believable but, in the case of Mary, not endearing at all. Last episode wraps it up, and I doubt we will see more.
2 people found this helpful
philosopherReviewed in the United States on October 12, 2016
3.0 out of 5 stars
Disappointing finish after excellent beginning.
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Despite a great beginning and quality video the writers went for an emotionally neurotic woman.. Believable female lead for a total jerk.Yes, women do go emotional. This was too close to ugly to like 'Mary" .William is made martyr. UNHEALTHY FAMILY STYLE. Too much unaddressed neurosis to call series 3 'good entertainment'.
8 people found this helpful
K. WeeksReviewed in the United States on December 11, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
The other side of Martin
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This series is an excellent example of Martin Clunes diverse acting abilities. In direct contrast to his character in "Doc Martin", Clunes plays the role of a very compasionate man who has missed out on life and finally finds someone whom he wants to make up lost time with. This is a delightful portrayal of two people who fall in love but are constantly running into obstacles to happiness. It all comes together in Season 3, however, with a cute ending.
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P. MassermanReviewed in the United States on July 10, 2014
5.0 out of 5 stars
Worth it
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I bought the first two seasons of William & Mary and hadn't realized there was another one until someone mentioned it at a party last summer. As they also mentioned, it was not released in US formatting. I've been bugging my husband for a universal DVD player, and finally he bought me one as a Christmas present. Although this season turned out to be a little darker than the others, it's definitely worthwhile, and now that we have the player, we have the option of watching more quality series that just don't get to our shores.
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