Love Sherlock Holmes? Well, feast your eyes on this mouth-watering trailer for the upcoming special of the hit mystery series starring Benedict Cumberbatch. Click to WATCH!
Not so elementary, my dear Watson! The new Sherlock trailer is here, and it looks absolutely amazing! Benedict Cumberbatch, 39, and Martin Freeman, 44, return to their roles as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson respectively in a whole new adventure titled Sherlock: The Abominable Bride. And it looks awesome!
Finally! After a lifetime without new episodes of ‘Sherlock’ (real time: roughly 18 months), we’ve now got our first peak at Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman in the upcoming special episode!
Thankfully, thankfully, we are getting some new Sherlock. In a 90-minute, standalone episode, which is rumored to be airing around Christmas on BBC though has not been given an official release date, we will travel back to 19th century Victorian Times. Apart from that detail, we don’t know much about the episode, however, BBC was so kind as to share a photo of stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman in traditional Victorian garb and, well, a picture’s worth 1,000 words!
While teasing the upcoming ‘Sherlock’ special, BBC posted a promo pic of Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberbatch with a chunk of his arms missing! Fans took to Twitter to poke fun at the pic and plot their own story lines around his missing arm!
As we await BBC’s Sherlock 2015 special, we have some great fan fiction to keep us going! After BBC posted their first promo pic of the upcoming special, fans took special interest in Benedict Cumberbatch‘s dismembered arm. Now fans are adding their own plot twists to Sherlock — see their hilarious reactions here!
Calling all ‘Sherlock’ fans: the hit show is coming back — well, according to Martin Freeman! The actor teased that the BBC drama could return for a special one-off episode!
Sherlock‘s fourth season is ways away, without any confirmation of a premiere date, but do not fear! Martin Freeman just made the most exciting announcement of all: the show could come back for a special episode sometime very soon. Keep reading for all of the details!
After the show’s Jan. 5 episode, fans can rest easy: Sarah won’t be Yoko-ing Sherlock and Watson, after all!
No one wants to be the “other” woman — especially when it means coming between fan-favorite best friends like Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Watson (Martin Freeman) — so I was thrilled by the Jan. 5 episode of Sherlock, which proved that Mary (Amanda Abbington) is no threat to the show’s central relationship.
Nobody likes change, but in the case of ‘Sherlock,’ the season three premiere provided much-needed upheaval.
Sherlock made its long-awaited return to BBC One on Jan. 1, as did the show’s titular character (Benedict Cumberbatch), who’s been M.I.A. since his supposed death at the end of season two. Unfortunately, his homecoming wasn’t quite as promising as he’d hoped — unless you consider having to rescue your best friend, while thwarting an international terrorist plot, to be ‘promising.’