Jekyll was a short TV series broadcast by BBC around 2007. It had 6 episodes, all written by Steven Moffat, each one with about an hour. The series main character, Tom Jackman, was portrayed by the actor James Nesbitt.
The series take place in the late 2006 / early 2007. Meet Dr. Tom Jackman, a scientist who does researches for the Klein and Utterson Institute, and starts to having some strange "blackouts", that seems to be a little more serious then a split-personality case. After some time, Jackman finds out that he's the last living descendant of Dr. Henry Jekyll, and that the events from "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" were real. Now, Tom has to learn how to control his changes, keep his family safe and understand the conspiracies that surround him.