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Though stateside the premiere is still a few days out, the BBCís Sherlock is set to close out its third season on Sunday across the pond. But that doesnít mean the wheels havenít been turning for a confirmed fourth and hypothetical fifth season of the international megahit. In fact, the seriesí showrunner Steven Moffat revealed that stories have been set for both seasons. Rejoice, nerds of the world: your favorite hyper-brilliant misanthrope has been given an extended gameplan.
The first official image from BBC drama Sherlock is here at last and ó stop your panting and hyperventilating, fan girls ó it paints a reservedly emotional picture of what to expect from the upcoming third season. Giving us some major dejŠ vu of the Edward Hopper variety, Benedict Cumberbatch's Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman's John Watson both look poised for a major emotional upheaval. Theyíre in a glass case of emotion (only Watsonís allowed snacks), and hoo boy are we excited for whatís to come.
Benedict Cumberbatch is not at Comic-Con this year, which is probably the definition of a wasted opportunity, given his immense newfound geek cred given Star Trek Into Darkness and the fact that BBC's Sherlock is holding its first-ever Comic-Con panel today. But he and Sherlock co-star Martin Freeman managed to record a special greeting for fans during today's Sherlock panel
Benedict Cumberbatch has some great news for Sherlock fans. The leading man talked about the BBC1 hit drama, which airs on PBS in the U.S., on Tuesday, noting that not only has the series signed on for Season 3, a fourth season is apparently happening, as well.
In about a week and a half's time, HBO will start airing Parade's End, a five part mini-series starring Benedict Cumberbatch as a British aristocrat caught in a love triangle and World War I. Surely, nothing that Sherlock can't handle.The mini-series was adapted for the premium cable network by renowned British playwright Tom Stoppard this new preview details the multiple award winning writer's involvement, not to mention the work of the wonderful ensemble. Take a look...
Benedict Cumberbatch fans, mark your calendars--but use a pencil. There may be a premiere date for the UK mini-series Paradeís End, which stars the Sherlock lead and aired overseas back in August.
In an interview with Shortlist earlier this week, Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch was asked for his thoughts on CBS' suspiciously similar project, Elementary. The British actor was candid but mostly diplomatic, saying that he was "cynical" about the show, and that Elementary star Jonny Lee Miller had asked for his blessing for taking the role. Now, however, Cumberbatch says that he was misquoted.
Cumberbatch says that he tracked down a copy of the Elementary script after Miller had told him about the show. "I think thereís room for us both to coexist," says Cumberbatch. "I donít feel threatened by it and I wish him the best, which is as diplomatic as I can be."
Benedict Cumberbatch seems like he'd be a prime candidate to do voice-work, what with his deep voice, British accent and articulate way of speaking. And it just so happens that he's credited for two voice-roles in the second part of the upcoming Hobbit film The Hobbit: There and Back Again. But before that, Simpsons fans may hear him in an episode of the Fox animated series.
With BBC and PBSí Sherlock recently ending its second tenure in the States, U.S. fans are still ruminating over the conflict between Sherlock Holmes and Irene Adler, as well as the astonishing cliffhanger ending during Series 2. The third cycle of the show is not set to begin shooting until next January, but if you are a fan who would like to keep Sherlock on the brain, Cumberbatch is ready and willing to talk about the series he loves and the character he inhabits.
It's not really fair to compare the two newest adaptations of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous investigator. They are set in different worlds, employ different rules. One's a television series, the other lives on film. Also, it's not fair to compare them because it's not much of a comparison. Sorry Ritchie, Downey and Law but the most compelling Sherlock Holmes can be found on the BBC. And Sherlock Series 2 is just around the corner.
Another prestige project gets the go ahead at HBO and it sounds, well, prestigious. On top of their latest, and impressive, slate of mini-series and films, HBO just green-lit a new five-parter set during The Great War... you know, WWI. Based on the four part series by British writer Madox Ford, Parade's End begins soon at Home Box Office Entertainment.
The BAFTA TV Awards were broadcast this afternoon and there were more than a few surprises. Even if British television is not of particular interest to the North American crowd (it should be because the picks of the litter will inevitably be remade for American television a la The Office) there are some big names that everyone would recognize...†