On the latest installment of Elementary , the stakes were raised as Joan and Sherlock raced against time to stop a possible anthrax attack on New York City.
All the while, Sherlock tried to cope with the loss of Alistair when his death on more
In the latest episode of “Elementary,” somewhat puzzlingly-titled “No Lack of Void,” Watson gets called in to examine a prisoner who turns out to be D.O.A. Even worse, it appears to be of less than natural causes, potentially anthr more
This installment of Elementary was one you could sink your teeth into, quite literally.
When an old case re-opens, it hits close to home with Joan, as she was there when the original presumed killer died on the operating table.
Hard to believe, but the latest episode of “Elementary” actually managed to live up to its thoroughly mental title, “The Many Mouths of Andrew Colville.” There were a whole lot of mouths, or more specifically, bites, involved in th more
On the latest episode of “Elementary,” our main crime of the week was a weird one, as a scientist was gassed with…helium? Yep, the gas that helps balloons spread so much joy and makes everyone sound like one of the Lollipop Guild was us more
For the first time on Elementary , Sherlock and Joan dove into the world of pharmaceuticals, Israeli operatives, an anonymous destroyer, cheating husbands, teaching legends, and helium.
All of these fascinating subjects were wrapped into one ho more
Sherlock and Watson team up with Lestrade to solve a new case involving a bombing. Check out the best deductions from Elementary "The One Percent Solution." Read More...
Earlier in the season, Elementary introduced literary Holmes regular Inspector Lestrade, here presented as a glory addict who had made a career of taking credit for Holmes's deductions. He's back again in "The One Percent Solution," as S more