Can’t want to wait until the New Year for more Sherlock? Get your fix with six new photos for the Victorian special, Sherlock: The Abominable Bride.
Sherlock is coming to the big screen.
The BBC / PBS Masterpiece cult favorite is going to get a theatrical release for the first time.
The show’s upcoming Victorian-era special, Sherlock: The Abominable Bride, will receive a limited roll-out in U.S. and U.K. movie theaters when it premieres next January.
At last: Sherlock is getting a return date.
The BBC and PBS Masterpiece just announced premiere dates for the UK and the U.S. debuts of the eagerly awaited Victorian special edition of the acclaimed detective drama. And for the first time ever, those dates are the same day.
The Sherlock special – titled Sherlock: The Abominable Bride – will air in both territories on Friday, Jan. 1, 2016. Plus there’s a new must-see full trailer, below.
BBC Worldwide has announced that the upcoming Sherlock special will be released in Chinese theaters as part of “a global cinema event.”
“The stage is set, the curtain rises: We are ready to begin.” Good to have you back, Holmes. Sherlock fans who can’t wait for season 4 will have their appetites whetted by a new trailer for the forthcoming Victorian special.
Don’t blame Steven Moffat if we never get a Sherlock-Doctor Who crossover episode.
“I work with boring people on both shows,” joked Moffat, who co-created Sherlock and serves as lead writer and executive producer for Doctor Who. “I’d do it, ‘cause it’d be funny. It’d just be a laugh. But the rest of them, frankly, the grownups — ‘No, you can have too much sugar.’”
Moriarty is back! Sort of. Here’s a message for Comic-Con fans made by Sherlock’s Andrew Scott that was screened in the San Diego Convention Center earlier Thursday. Plus it includes a bonus appearance from none other than star Benedict Cumberbatch. Scott teases us with his top-secret role in the upcoming James Bond film Spectre, and then teases even more about his mysterious role in Sherlock season 4—because Moriarty was killed in the season 2 finale, right?
The Sherlock hiatus is stretching into its 18th month, giving fans plenty of time to compile conspiracy theories almost as crazy as Anderson’s. With a new episode finally approaching, the show hits Comic-Con on Thursday to tease what’s next. To get you ready for the panel, here’s a refresher on where we left the famed detective and his (sneer it all together now) “friends.”
Sherlock super-stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman may not have been able to attend Comic-Con in person this year (again), but fans got the next-best thing: a scene from the show’s highly anticipated upcoming “Christmas special” episode that puts Holmes and Watson into the Victorian era. Check out the video below shorty, which just played in the San Diego convention center.
A few months ago, the rumors started again: Did Benedict Cumberbatch just out Sherlock as gay?! At issue was a comment the Sherlock star made on Chris Hardwick’s Nerdist podcast when comparing the great detective and another iconic British character, Doctor Who. “They’ve got different dress senses, different taste in the sex of their partners…,” the actor said.
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