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'Sherlock' Season 3: Holmes brothers' rivalry comes from Mark Gatiss

"Sherlock" has always kept the Sherlock-Mycroft relationship close to the center of the story. There's a good reason for that. Not only is the Holmes' sibling rivalry a great source of tension and humor, but it also somewhat mirrors the life of "Sherlock" co-creator and actor, Mark Gatiss.It turns out the man behind Mycroft is based a lot of the Holmes brothers' dynamics on his relationship with his own older brother, Phillip. Older by three years, Phillip often bullied his younger brother and both boys disliked the other. "We only stopped hating each other recently," Gatiss told The Guardian back in 2010. "We never had anything in common. He was painfully shy and found his expression in lashing out at people."Fortunately, the brothers' relationship --much like that of Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Mycroft in Season 3 -- has mellowed out in recent years. Daily Mail says Gatiss' upcoming role as Tycho Nestoris in "Game... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/02/sherlock-season-3-holmes-brothers-rivalry-comes-from-mark-gatiss.html

Sherlock Season Four Likely Two Years Away

As much as I love how British shows usually have short, but great seasons (called “series” over there), it’s not exactly the best when you have to say, wait two years for another three episodes of a show you love like  Sherlock . But that may be exactly what’s happening, given how busy everyone involved with the show is these days. Steven Moffat spoke to  IGN  about the possible lengthy wait: “I have no idea. Sue’s working on the schedules right now. I just started with Capaldi on the new series of Doctor Who. You know, we’ll do what we can, but with no sacrifice in quality – that’s the thing. If people have to wait two years, they’ll have to wait two years.” Read More... //www.tvovermind.com/sherlock/sherlock-season-four-likely-two-years-away-229191

Holmes and Watson hit a gay bar in the Sherlock s3 you didn't see

If you watched the third season of Sherlock on PBS, you haven't seen the whole thing. The channel makes edits some for time, some for content, and some to keep people from seeing Sherlock and John enter a gay bar during his bachelor party pub crawl. Luckily, the unedited Sherlock arrives in America tomorrow!  Read More... //feeds.gawker.com/~r/io9/full/~3/ADrGtO24_XA/holmes-and-watson-hit-a-gay-bar-in-the-sherlock-s3-you-1520174534

Amanda Abbington Talks SHERLOCK, Her Reaction to Finding Out Mary’s Story, Working Alongside Her Real-Life Partner, Future Seasons, and More

With  Sherlock  (which airs on Masterpiece on PBS), the contemporary reinvention of the Arthur Conan Doyle classics, written and created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, Sherlock Holmes ( Benedict Cumberbatch ) and Dr. John Watson ( Martin Freeman ) face enemies, solve crimes and try to figure out how to navigate their own friendship.  After Sherlock barely survived Moriarty ( Andrew Scott ) in Season 2, Watson had to survive not only marriage to Mary ( Amanda Abbington ), but what her secrets would mean for their future.  And even though fans might have to wait another couple of years to see where things are going next, I know that I sure can’t wait to learn what twists and turns will be in store.   Read more at  //collider.com/amanda-abbington-sherlock-interview/#xRLWCbHC4zOI7oua.99

'Sherlock': Is Moriarty really dead? Steven Moffat gives answers

At the end of the "Sherlock" Season 3 finale, "His Final Vow," a surprising message from Jim Moriarty (Andrew Scott) appears on screens all across Britain. A repeating, electronic voice says "Did you miss me?" and Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) gets called home from certain death to deal with it.But does this mean that Moriarty is still alive? Could he have possibly survived his apparent suicide in the Season 2 finale?While show creator Steven Moffat isn't likely to give definitive answers until "Sherlock" returns for Season 4, he does give a few hints in an interview with Digital Spy. "He was definitely dead!" Moffat explains. "You can't fake shooting yourself in the face -- part of his head came off."Fans, however, know now that even the most apparent of deaths can be staged.As for the "live" message from Moriarty at the tail end of the credits, that is, according to Moffat, nothing but a treat... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/02/sherlock-is-moriarty-really-dead-steven-moffat-gives-answers.html

'Sherlock' Season 4, Janine, the third Holmes brother and more from Steven Moffat

When will "Sherlock" Season 4 premiere? How has Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) changed since Season 1? Will Janine ever return? Executive producer Steven Moffat has some answers in an interview with IGN. Sherlock and datingDid you enjoy that brief moment when "Sherl" and Janine were dating? If so, you are in luck -- Moffat hints strongly that actress Yasmine Akram will return later in the series. "He'll see her again. They'll be pals," Moffat explains. "I loved Yasmine's performance as Janine -- she still likes him in the end. At some point, you know, if Sherlock Holmes has to go to a function and he needs a date, he'll phone her up. Now, he'll not expect her to say no. She'll be very cross with him, but she'll show up, and they'll have a good time. They will, because he likes her."Considering how amusingly self-serving Janine is in Season 3, any future dates may... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/02/sherlock-season-4-janine-the-third-holmes-brother-and-more-from-steven-moffat.html

Sherlock Season 4 Scoop: Creator Steven Moffat Says Another Two-Year Hiatus May Be in Store

Sherlock fans may be in for yet ANOTHER long, cold hiatus before season 4 debuts. See what creator Steven Moffat had to say about when fans can expect the next season. Sherlock creator Steven Moffat reveals some important season 4 details. Following the thrilling season 3 finale, fans have been anxious for news about the show's season 4 debut, especially considering the painful 2-year wait they endured in anticipation of season 3. Although series star Benedict Cumberbatch teased that season 4 was already well underway, creator Steven Moffat seems less concerned about making a quick return to TV. "We'll do what we can, but with no sacrifice in quality," Moffat clarified to IGN. "If people have to wait two years, they'll have to wait two years. It's not the kind of show that turns up all the time." Would you be able to survive another two-year wait until new episodes of Sherlock, or is it a total dealbreaker? Sound off in the comments and stick with us for more TV scoop from Celebified.

'Sherlock' Season 4: Assassins, babies and Moriarty?

Now that "Sherlock" Season 3 has come to an end, it's time to speculate on the nature of Season 4. Sure, fans may not get to see new episodes for a year or two, but there are plenty of intriguing ideas for what the next season might look like.Baby WatsonConsidering how pregnant Mary (Amanda Abbington) was by the "Sherlock" Season 3 finale, it's safe to say that there will be a new addition to the Watson family when the show returns.The finale gave away that this child will be a girl -- and not named Sherlock -- but how old will Baby Watson be? "Sherlock" has, for the most part, followed real time in its gaps between seasons. Season 3, for example, began about two years after Season 2 ended, a time span that echoed reality quite well. On the other hand, Season 3 encompassed more than a year of time: It was late... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/02/sherlock-season-4-assassins-babies-and-moriarty.html

'Sherlock' season 3 finale: Amanda Abbington reveals her James Bond link

"They're all pretty screwed up," Amanda Abbington tells Zap2it about her character and those of her "Sherlock" co-stars. "She's an assassin; he's a sociopath; and John's killed a psychopathic cabbie."In Sunday's (Feb.2) Season 3 finale, Abbington's character, pregnant Mrs. Mary Watson, wife of Dr. John Watson (Martin Freeman), best pal to Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch), reveal herself to be a trained assassin just before popping a bullet from a serious-looking gun into Sherlock's torso. As it turned out she was being blackmailed by the real villain, Magnussen (Lars MIkkelsen) and didn't shoot to kill, but it's safe to say the revelation was a shock in an episode full of shocks.The gun Abbington used in the scene now links "Sherlock" to another great British franchise."I was taught admirably by a firearms expert," Abbington says. "I did really well, loved it. I was so frightened of it. He gave me this fun, apparently it was James Bond's... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/02/sherlock-season-3-finale-amanda-abbington-reveals-her-james-bond-link.html

'Sherlock' Season 3 finale: How about that ending?

In the final moments of "Sherlock" Season 3, fans -- and all of Britain -- got a shock when Jim Moriarty returned from the dead with the message "Did you miss me?"But has Moriarty really returned from the dead? If so, how does that work?Despite the fact that the British government takes the possibility so seriously that it pardons Sherlock Holmes from his suicide mission, there's a good chance that Moriarty is still dead. The messages all over the nation's televisions and other screens could have been planted by another. Moriarty might have set it all up before his suicide.The man really might be dead. For the sake of Sherlock and of England, the audience should hope so. On the other hand, if Sherlock survived his apparent death, why couldn't Moriarty have achieved the same? Remember that audiences never saw the "real" story when it came to the faked death. It's therefore possible that there... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/02/sherlock-season-3-finale-is-moriarty-really-alive.html