Sherlock

Category:Drama

‘Sherlock’ Series 4 Set to Film in Spring 2016

Well, Sherlock fans, it’s a good thing we’ve had a lot of practice at waiting out lengthy hiatuses between seasons of our favorite show, because it looks like we’re in for another one. (Or a continuing one, depending on how you look at it, I guess?)

Everyone’s favorite detective drama is already set to return for a Victorian-themed special episode later this year, but it looks like we won’t see a full Season 4 for some time yet.               

Category:Drama

Confirmed: The Upcoming ‘Sherlock’ Special Will Be ‘Victorian’

You may have noticed the blog’s been quite quiet for the last few days – this is because yours truly has been a bit busy at the annual SXSW Interactive festival in Texas. I learned a lot, including the tidbit referenced below.  It was awesome – but I am very glad to be home, and catching up on the tons of stuff it looked like I missed!

Sherlock fans everywhere are already counting the days until the release of the series’ new one-off special later this year – you know, the one that is totally, probably a Christmas special that no one is willing to call a Christmas special yet? Yeah, that one.

Anyway, the real point is that stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman will definitely be back on our screens at some point in 2015, and that’s enough to make every kind of fan happy, right?

Another little tidbit sure to intrigue fans is that we now have official confirmation that the upcoming special isn’t going to be exactly what you’d call a normal episode. Executive producer Steven Moffat has confirmed that the special will be set in the Victorian period. 

Category:Drama

Filming Officially Begins on the ‘Sherlock’ Special

Well, we might not be sure what to call it, whether it’s a holiday installment or what’s going on with those outfits from the first promo photo – but it’s official: Filming on the highly anticipated one-off episode of Sherlock kicked off today.

Category:Other

Happy New Year! Here's What We're Looking Forward to in 2015

Happy New Year, Telly Visions readers! From our family here to yours – we hope you all have a wonderful 2015; we're wishing you a year full of love and laughter and, of course, as much great British television as you can possibly cram in to 365 days. Luckily, it appears as though we're going to be quite spoiled for choice in the New Year.

Just a few of the awesome things we have to look forward to include: 

Category:Drama

The First Image from the ‘Sherlock’ Special Has Arrived

So, apparently I should write more features about Sherlock because it seems to invite some kind of cosmic magic wherein I have to write another new piece within 24 hours because some new bit of information has surfaced.

I mean, I’m okay with that if y’all are.

Anyway, what’s up today is that it looks like the first read through of the “Possibly Non Christmas” Christmas Special (there appears to be some debate about this) took place, and in honor of this momentous occasion the first official photo from the forthcoming one-off special has been released.

And it’s… rather not what anyone expected.

Category:Drama

‘Sherlock’ Special Will Solve Moriarty Mystery, Series 4 Will Feature ‘Tragedy’

Just because we’ve got a ways to go before we see any new Sherlock on our screens doesn’t meant that there isn’t a pretty near constant stream of new things to talk about, as far as the show itself goes. This is what happens when you sign on for a Steven Moffat/Mark Gatiss production – as Doctor Who fans well know – because the show runners (and cast members, come to that) came seem to stop talking about the upcoming episodes at every available opportunity.

(It also helps that both Moffat and Gatiss are both great at saying a lot without actually giving you any real information at all, which helps keep the first of fan excitement well stoked.)

At any rate, thanks to a pair of recent interviews with Gatiss in the Radio Times, we now have some new official tidbits to pick over and endlessly speculate about, as concerns both the upcoming one-off special, which we’ll see at some point in 2015, and in Series 4 proper.

Let’s break it down, shall we? 

Category:Drama

Benedict Cumberbatch: The Next Season of ‘Sherlock’ Will Be ‘Phenomenal’

What’s next for Sherlock? Fans the world over have been asking this question virtually since the credits rolled on Series 3 finale His Last Vow. Thankfully, the crime drama is set to return for a one-off special next year and a three-episode fourth season at some as yet to be determined time in 2016, but since production on the special isn’t getting under way until January of 2015, we know very little so far about what to expect when the story of the Baker Street boys resumes.

The series’ cast does seem to know a bit more than we do, but they’re keeping pretty mum at present, although star Benedict Cumberbatch did share a few observations during one of his (many) interviews in the midst of film festival press for his upcoming turn as British codebreaker Alan Turing in The Imitation Game

Category:Drama

The ‘Sherlock’ Stars Get Silly in This Series 3 Blooper Clip

One of the most frequently mentioned items on any Sherlock fan’s wishlist – besides the obvious answers like more episodes or the possibility of Cumberbatch clones – is the chance to see more bonus material and behind-the-scenes clips from the series’ filming.

Well, Sherlock fandom, occasionally wishes do come true – the first official blooper clip from the show has made its way online – with the promise of more to come! 

Category:Online

This Fan-Made ‘Sherlock’ Series 4 Promo is Pretty Amazing

Now that we know we’re a pretty long wait before we see Sherlock again in any form (the new special seems likely to drop at Christmas 2015, with Series 4 TBD), it’s more vital than ever to keep ourselves well-stocked with consulting detective-themed goodies to take our mind off the fact that we still don’t know how Moriarty survived or that we don’t really know what’s up with Mary’s past and that we’re all slowly fading away without Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman on our screens.

Luckily, this fan-made Series 4 trailer is here to kick your brain into gear about what you’d like to see when the show returns. 

Category:Drama

‘Sherlock’ Series 4 Will Be “Devastating”, According to Steven Moffat

A happy announcement: everyone’s favorite crime drama Sherlock absolutely slayed it at the 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards, taking home a total of seven statues for Series 3 installment His Last Vow. Yeah, that means Sherlock won more awards than critical darling Breaking Bad. For real.

Sadly neither Benedict Cumberbatch nor Martin Freeman – who collected trophies for Best Lead and Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie for their performances as Sherlock and John – were present at the ceremony, being busy with filming commitments and a stage play, respectively. Creator Steven Moffat was, however, and after he celebrated collecting a trophy for Outstanding Writing in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special, he dropped a few hints about what we can expect to see in the highly anticipated fourth season

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