This trailer includes new and returning dramas for the autumn season of this year. “The thrill of the chase, blood pumping through your veins — the two of us against the rest of the world!” […]
Oh, how I’ve missed you. Oh, my gosh, Sherlock’s face in the last frame! So stricken, so…. hang on. That’s…. that’s not where he reveals himself to John, is it? Surely, he wouldn’t risk grievous […]
Yesterday, Martin Freeman appeared on the Graham Norton show, as part of Comic Relief 2013.
As is very nearly tradition, Martin and Benedict usually also get asked a couple of questions on the Sherlock fandom and the fan fiction and fan art that’s been published over the past three years. Both of them, though Benedict especially, have made an effort to acknowledge that fan works are a good thing, because it means that people engage with something emotionally and intellectually; and that inspiring such a mass of fan works is a mark of how popular the show is.
Right. So. There is speculation and conjecture everywhere, and the Radio Times has summarised it quite succinctly in their article this morning. ‘Rat’ could mean The Boscombe Valley Mystery, ‘wedding’ could mean meeting Mary Morstan […]
So, after months of still-not-over-it and curse-you-Reichenbach, we will get, from the Moff himself, the three decisive words for Series 3 of Sherlock. After Woman, Hound, Fall, what might there be..?
For one thing, following Sherlock’s success at the BAFTA Craft awards, Andrew Scott won the BAFTA in the category of Best Supporting Actor; and Steven Moffat won the BAFTA’s Special Award for his outstanding work […]
To be quite honest with you, I’m still giggling. According to the Internet buzz this afternoon, Jonny Lee Miller—who took turns with Benedict Cumberbatch last year, both starring in the National Theatre production of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein—is going to appear alongside Lucy Liu in CBS’ version of 21st-century Holmes. Now, guess who’s playing who.