Previously on Sherlock: The Sign of Three. The answer to that — the usual. John Watson. I recall calling The Reichenbach Fall brilliant television and a veritable rollercoaster of emotions. Then what am I to call this? Because this is even bloody better. The facts of the case are these: Sherlock Holmes is a murderer. […]Read More “Who Would He Bother Protecting?” — Sherlock: His Last Vow.
Previously on Sherlock: The Sign of Three. I talked a lot about how Sherlock feels in my review of the second episode of Series 3. I’ve talked about how he’s terrified of losing John to domestic bliss, but also determined to let him and Mary go if that will ensure his absolute happiness — rather […]Read More Sherlock: The Marriage of Three (follow-up).
In case you were wondering — no, I’m not alright. I’m not alright at all.Read More Sherlock: His Last Vow — trailer
Previously on Sherlock: The Empty Hearse. The producers have described this episode as the most “un-Sherlock” episode of Sherlock ever — but then, that’s not quite true. Why? Because this episode is about John and Sherlock. And that’s always been Sherlock at its best, and at its heart and core.Read More “He’s Clueing for Looks.” — Sherlock: The Sign of Three.
It’s the big day: John and Mary’s wedding, and Sherlock’s the best man — what could possibly go wrong?Read More Sherlock: The Sign of Three — trailer
Previously on Sherlock: The Reichenbach Fall. “Short version… not dead.” Sherlock Holmes has returned — not quite in a blaze of glory, perhaps, but definitely to assault and battery.Read More “Of Course I Forgive You”—Sherlock: The Empty Hearse.
Leading up to a video message for John, Lestrade and Anderson discuss Sherlock — and all the clues, clever editing, and funny sort of coincidences point towards the game being very much BACK ON. Two things that may make you cry and whimper a little at your leisure: Anderson was so stricken with grief and […]Read More Sherlock Mini-Episode: Many Happy Returns
What life? I’ve been away. SHERLOCK! The one person he thought didn’t matter to at all to me, was the one person who mattered the most. There’s also an interactive trailer here: http://www.wirewax.com/sherlock, featuring exclusive content.Read More BBC releases Sherlock Series 3 launch trailer
Sherlock: mini-episode on BBC Red Button feature on Christmas Day!, via RadioTimesRead More Sherlock: mini-episode on BBC Red Button feature on Christmas Day!, via RadioTimes
The BBC have announced the UK broadcast date for the series premiere of Sherlock‘s returning 3rd series in a most extravagant and morbidly fitting fashion: by sending an empty hearse decorated with flowers through the streets of London this very morning. Images of the event were hashtagged #r3spects. The broadcast dates run as follows: The […]Read More Sherlock Series 3 news: UK air dates revealed
In a very roundabout way, the BBC One Twitter handle tonight also told us a little more about The Empty Hearse, strongly implying that our favourite consulting detective would return for the festive season: It was properly confirmed this morning by the BBC One tumblr: Our multi-award-winning drama #Sherlock, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, returns […]Read More Confirmed: Sherlock Series 3 to start broadcast at Christmas
So many, many questions. How is John going to react (by which I mean: how many times, exactly, is he going to punch Sherlock in the face)? Anderson, what are you doing in a room full of Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts? And just how hard is #SherlockLives going to be trending on twitter for the foreseeable […]Read More Sherlock Lives — the first official trailer for Series 3