It's been two years since we've had a new installment of Sherlock , so there's something extra thrilling about seeing that long coat billow anew behind Benedict Cumberbatch. When season three premieres on PBS Sunday night at 10,&nb more
After two years of patient waiting and wondering, has this third series of Sherlock been worth it? While some have had criticisms regarding it’s self-referential indulgences and apparent glee fan-baiting that largely excludes a wider aud more
Two episodes in and it’s now clear that the show is more interested in exploring the life of the world’s greatest detective – his personal relationships and his struggle to maintain them – than seeing him apply his trade.
It was the question going into the series premiere of Sherlock. How did the great Sherlock Holmes make the world believe he died after falling off the roof of Saint Bart’s hospital? And what has he been doing since? And how will he be re more
Bonkers – absolutely bonkers. Like ‘The Empty Hearse’, which played around with narrative, the character of Sherlock and his relationship with Watson in a way that leaned more towards ardent fans of the series and further and further awa more
Few shows achieve the level of anticipation that Sherlock has preceding it’s third series premiere on New Year’s Day in the UK, and it’s not overstating it to say that ‘The Empty Hearse’ might have been the most i more
The acting, casting, direction and production values on Sherlock , as well as the underlying wit and creativity, are uniformly terrific. So what separates an amazing episode, such as "The Great Game" or " The Reichenbach Fall ," from a merely great episod more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews the season finale of PBS' "Sherlock," in which Moriarty attacks everything Sherlock cares about most. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/season-finale-review-sherlock-the-reichenbach-fall-i-am-not-the-man more