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Tonight’s episode of Doctor Who, Robot of Sherwood was written by the talented Mark Gatiss (Co-creator of Sherlock and plays Mycroft) and stars Tom Riley (Di Vinci’s Demons) as Robin Hood. EW chatted with the two and specifically asked Gatiss …
I had heard that the next episode of Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss‘ Sherlock was going to be a Christmas special. I’d initially been led to believe that it would air in 2014, though I obviously started to doubt that quite …
It’s been suggested to me a few times now that the next episode of Sherlock will air this Christmas. It was first suggested just before the third season had aired.
We’ve talked about this comic before. A Japanese manga adaptation of the BBC Sherlock TV series. And now being published in English later this year. As a result of this information being… passed around, a number of manga scanlation sites, …
One has to imagine that bookmakers would give Gatiss the best odds to take over from Steven Moffat as showrunner when – and surely it must be a matter of when, and not if – the situation comes around.
Relatively early on in the third episode of the third series/season of Sherlock, The Final Vow, we discover something. Immediately it affects things we encountered in previous episodes, radically transforming the way we view them. Now, we’ve all seen it …
I’m not sure why the BBC didn’t run this after the episode that’s just finished, but they didn’t.
The line between fiction and fact is a skipping rope and the makers of Sherlock are Buffalo Girls.
Tonight’s seventh episode, the first of the third series, took the self-awareness and meta-textuality to new extremes.
That didn’t take long, did it?
Looking beyond the imminent TV screening of Sherlock’s third series.
It’s not only Doctor Who that gets the prequel and prologue minisodes now.
The solution to Sherlock’s big stunt is about to be made very, very public.
You can see the next full episode at 9pm on January 1st, but before then…
We’ll get through the whole lot of season 3 in just 11 days and 90 minutes. Not quite the four and a half hours it would take if it was released straight to Netflix, mind you.
When better to premiere a trailer for Sherlock season 3 than after Doctor Who 50th anniversary special? Well, how about when I just got in from the cinema where I was watching that special.
I’m not the typical Doctor Who fan, I’ll admit that up front. What’s more, I know “my Doctor” is supposed to be the one I grew up watching… but nope.
Good cast, great set dressing, what seems to be solid direction and Mark Gatiss writing a screenplay from the bottom of his heart.