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The BBC found a major hit back in 2010 with Sherlock, but only three full seasons have aired in the years since. Now, Season 4 is finally on the way, and a fantastic actor has signed on to play a major villain.
More Sherlock is coming, and we can now report that not only has the next season officially entered production, but there appears to be a pregnancy on the horizon for Dr. and Mrs. Watson.
One of the most frustratingly fantastic TV series still producing new material nowadays is definitely Sherlock. In the years since it’s debut in 2010, only ten episodes and three seasons have aired. Unfortunately for fans of the show, there's still a bit of a wait before a Season 4.
With so much great television on at the moment, you have to have some really captivating characters to differentiate yourself from the plethora of programming that’s available. While of course a series needs to have characters that the viewer really cares about, there’s perhaps an even more effective way of writing awesome characters. Namely: to make a character that’s a downright awful person.
News that a special Christmas installment of Sherlock was more than welcome for fans, but news that the Christmas special will somehow take place back in Victorian England was somewhat puzzling. Executive producer Steven Moffat has some reassuring words for what the special will bring in 2016.
Before Sherlock Season 4 gets here, we'll be getting a Christmas special set in the Victorian era, and star Benedict Cumberbatch was not always a huge fan of the idea.
We’ve known for a while now that Sherlock is producing a special episode. Now, we finally have a date for the Sherlock special, along with a timeline for when Season 4 will hit the schedule. But first things first.
We’ve known Watson would be sporting a ridiculous mustache and that the special episode would not be canon, but now there’s some real, extensive footage from the series, courtesy of the BBC.
The BBC’s Sherlock has become one of the hottest shows on TV, and turned its two stars into high demand actors who make major blockbuster films when they aren’t playing Holmes and Watson. It’s difficult to imagine anybody else in those roles, but Martin Freeman was not locked into the part at first.
The thing that made Sherlock most intriguing was the idea of taking the Victorian detective, and dropping him right into the middle of our modern era. Now that we’ve gotten used to modern Holmes, Steven Moffat is taking him back to Victorian London.
Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss have spent a lot of hours putting together new episodes of Sherlock, and most of the time the opinion and theories of friends and fans alike don’t come into the writing process, but one fan had a huge affect on where a story went.
Sherlock character Irene Adler may have only featured prominently in one episode of the hit series, but she has been popular enough with fans that they’ve been clamoring for more every since. Now Steven Moffat has spoken out about the fate of the character.
If you've been waiting for news on the Sherlock Christmas special, you're in luck. Not only do we have the first trailer, but we also have some interesting information on how you'll be able to see it when it drops!
Here in the world of television fandom, we rely on our main characters to keep us hooked on our favorites series year in and year out, and it’s inarguably a tough job. So cheers to these ten characters, chosen by fans as the greatest TV figures of all time.
Doctor Who and Sherlock are currently two of the most popular British TV shows in the world, and both are run by the same guy: Steven Moffat. Because they’re under the same leadership, fans have wondered for years about a way to join the two shows in a crossover.