TV Series Starring Susan Wokoma
Year of the Rabbit
Channel 4,

2019

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.3/5

Set in Victorian-era London, the series follows Detective Inspector Rabbit, a hardened booze-hound who's seen it all, and his new, hapless, by-the-books partner. While they're investigating a local murder, the lewd but insightful adoptive daughter of the chief of police joins them, becoming the country's first female officer. Together, the trio must fight crime while rubbing shoulders with street gangs, crooked politicians, Bulgarian princes, spiritualists, music hall stars and the Elephant Man.


Dark Money
BBC One,

2019

| Drama, Mini-Series | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Dark Mon£y tells the story of an ordinary British family whose young boy has been abused by a famous filmmaker in Hollywood - and their decision to accept a substantial pay out in return for their silence.


Porters
Dave,

2017

| Comedy
Rating: 4/5

Deluded Simon Porter dreams of passing his medical exam and becoming a doctor - but by starting at the bottom, and becoming the best porter the NHS has ever seen. All he has to do is survive a few months grafting in a hospital basement and try not to kill any of the patients. How hard can that be?Ed must work alongside the cynical, self-styled "Queen of the Porters" Frankie, and naïve nurse Lucy.


Crazyhead
E4,

2016

| Comedy, Drama, Fantasy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Filled with dark humour and unexpected twists, Crazyhead is a funny, gripping series about friendship, love and facing your demons that follows the angst and exorcisms of an unlikely duo of demon hunters.


Chewing Gum
E4,

2015

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Tracey and her mates are in their early twenties, living in an estate in Tower Hamlets, east London. Some of them have full time jobs, some are in uni, some are already parents. But really - they are all stuck. Stuck in their youth and still trying to coast through their days with minimum responsibility. Future plans don't extend much beyond saving up for the latest pair of trainers, a new car, or a Cambodian Weave. They live in the moment. Tracey, however, seems capable of more. But growing up in a strict religious environment means she is 'underdeveloped' in many areas, and so her path into adulthood has been... interesting. She is wise, but innocent, genuflecting equally to both her idols - Beyoncé and Jesus. Living in a swiftly changing London, we watch as she crashes her way through what she should and shouldn't be doing.