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The Best Episodes of Jekyll

Every episode of Jekyll ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of Jekyll!

Tom Jackman is learning to cope with his alter ego, the dark and mysterious Hyde, who threatens his life and family. They also have to live in the same body while on the run from a mysterious organization that is hunting them.

Genre:Drama
Network:BBC One

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The best episode of "Jekyll" is "Episode Six", rated 8/10 from 221 user votes. It was directed by Matt Lipsey and written by Steven Moffat. "Episode Six" aired on 7/28/2007 and is rated 0.1 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "Episode One".

  • Episode Six
    8.0/10 221 votes

    #1 - Episode Six

    Season 1 Episode 6 - Aired 2007-07-28

    Series finale: Claire's boys are locked in mini caskets and before she can save them, a nurse injects her with a sedative. In a big country house, Peter descends in an old-fashioned lift to a dusty, forgotten gentlemen's club. There are six floors hewn deep into the ancient building's foundations - hell is on the lowest floor. They are hiding a secret; the building needs to be a fortress - and a trap for a man who can rip out a lion's throat.

    Director: Matt Lipsey

    Writer: Steven Moffat

  • Episode One
    7.9/10 277 votes

    #2 - Episode One

    Season 1 Episode 1 - Aired 2007-06-16

    The last living descendent of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is Tom Jackman. From time to time his alter ego Hyde wakes. Tom's wife hires a private investigator to find out why he left his family life six months previously.

    Director: Douglas Mackinnon

    Writer: Steven Moffat

  • Episode Three
    7.9/10 228 votes

    #3 - Episode Three

    Season 1 Episode 3 - Aired 2007-06-30

    The wall between Tom and Hyde gets thinner and thinner and trying to suppress Hyde starts to affect the environment. Tom learns about the motivation of the organisation hunting him and Peter's part in the whole game. The involvement of Tom's wife Claire makes things a bit more complicated.

    Director: Douglas Mackinnon

    Writer: Steven Moffat

  • Episode Five
    7.9/10 210 votes

    #4 - Episode Five

    Season 1 Episode 5 - Aired 2007-07-21

    The home of Dr Henry Jekyll, Edinburgh 1886. Robert Louis Stevenson presents his business card, armed with a manuscript. With the appearance of fiction but the substance of fact, the story lacks only an ending. Jekyll's dying because he can no longer control the changes and his last secret will die with him as he tosses a vital piece of paper into the fire. London 2007. The casket's opened up and Tom calls out, chained up, unable to move. But is it really Tom?

    Director: Matt Lipsey

    Writer: Steven Moffat

  • Episode Two
    7.8/10 249 votes

    #5 - Episode Two

    Season 1 Episode 2 - Aired 2007-06-23

    Katherine drugs her employer after Tom takes it upon himself to discover the facts about Mr Hyde's personal life. The separation between Tom and Hyde gets weaker after an incident at the zoo. More secrets about Tom are revealed, when he meets a person connected to his past.

    Director: Douglas Mackinnon

    Writer: Steven Moffat

  • Episode Four
    7.6/10 216 votes

    #6 - Episode Four

    Season 1 Episode 4 - Aired 2007-07-14

    Tom has been locked into a mysterious box by the organisation hunting him and his wife Claire finds out the motivation of the organisation from Peter. Flashbacks show how Tom and Claire met, the birth of their children and the first manifestations of Hyde.

    Director: Matt Lipsey

    Writer: Steven Moffat