More and more, the show's crimes seem to happen in isolated, non-New York bubble locales, or in largely theoretical worlds like that of secret national service groups, Russian spies, international assassins, etc. http://www.tv.com/news/elementary-the-red- more
"The Red List" was a mind-boggling Elementary episode that centered around conspiracies and conspiracy theorists.
I'm not normally the kind of person to believe in such things, but tonight made me extremely curious. First, we had extremely suspicious d more
Our regular reviewer Kelly is unavailable this week so I have decided to jump in and take a stab at doing a video review of this latest episode of Elementary “The Red Team” Episode 13 which aired last night on the CBS Television Network . READ MORE.. more
This episode was genuinely engrossing, laid down a promising foundation for the rest of the series, and at long last proved to us that Watson wants to be here. http://www.tv.com/news/elementary-m-review-now-were-getting-somewhere-30383/
After last week on Elementary , we were left to wonder who was going to reappear in Sherlock’s life from his past. This week on “M”, we got a huge peek into what the detective was like before crossing the pond to the United States. “M” was an extremely more
" M " has gone down as my favorite episode of Elementary so far.
What made this episode the best of the season was that it brought back Sherlock's history in London. We discovered some of his past when his arch enemy Moriarity returned and the tragic more
Could you imagine
Superman without Lex Luthor? Or the Yankees without the Red Sox? Of
course not, and similarly, Sherlock Holmes is not complete without a
certain professor whose name begins with the letter "M."