Porters. Image shows from L to R: Frankie (Susan Wokoma), Simon Porter (Edward Easton), Anthony De La Mer (Daniel Mays), Lucy (Claudia Jessie).


Dave sitcom about hospital porters. 9 episodes (2 series), 2017 - 2019. Stars Edward Easton, Susan Wokoma, Daniel Mays, Claudia Jessie and others.

Press Clippings

The sweary and sometimes surreal sitcom about life among hustling hospital porters returns for a second series. Indecisive gofer Simon is still mooning after nurse Lucy while his streetwise mentor Frankie reignites a feud with an old nemesis (Daniel Mays). But where has golf-loving veteran Tillman (Rutger Hauer) gone?

Graeme Virtue, The Guardian, 14th March 2019

Susan Wokoma interview

"The only time you get black women on screen at the same time is a slave story..."

Alice Jones, i Newspaper, 13th March 2019

I talk to Susan Wokoma and Ed Easton

After an initial three-part pilot series in 2017, Dave's hit hospital comedy Porters is returning with six brand new episodes and I caught up with two of the show's leading stars to find out more.

Elliot Gonzalez, I Talk Telly, 12th March 2019

Filming starts on Porters Series 2

Filming has now started on the second series of Dave's hospital-based sitcom Porters. Daniel Mays joins the cast.

British Comedy Guide, 16th July 2018

Porters Series 2 confirmed

Channel Dave has confirmed it has ordered a second series of Porters, its new sitcom set in a hospital.

British Comedy Guide, 26th April 2018

Porters episode 1 review

Rutger Hauer is a gift that keeps giving.

Cult Box, 20th September 2017

Porters: preview

Dave has only dipped its toe in the water with a commission of three episodes, but the results from this test are back - and the prognosis for Porters is definitely good.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 20th September 2017

This new sitcom comes from the brainpan of Dan Sefton, the medic turned writer behind BBC1's recent drama Trust Me, and features yet another character so desperate to be a doctor they will do pretty much anything. Ed Easton is the nervous new hospital porter who dreams of wielding a stethoscope, while his eccentric co-workers include Crazyhead's Susan Wokoma and former replicant Rutger Hauer. Kelsey Grammer also pops up for an irate cameo.

Graeme Virtue, The Guardian, 20th September 2017

Preview - Porters

This dark, hospital based sitcom from Dave has already attracted some big names too it. It's not that many brand new British sitcoms that can claim to feature Frasier's Kelsey Grammer in a cameo appearance.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 20th September 2017

Susan Wokoma: The door shuts firmly on us a lot quicker

She was a demon hunter, stole scenes as Michaela Coel's sister and is in a farce about Labour's identity crisis. But Susan Wokoma is turning to her own family to write her next roles.

Rebecca Nicholson, The Guardian, 19th September 2017