• Sesame Street's Mysterious Theater – move over Benedict

    Sesame Street's Mysterious Theater – move over Benedict

    Sesame Street and The Adventures of Sherlock Hemlock Yet another one of those times you find things trolling around the Internets that you just have to share. Unfortunately, this won’t help much to curb your separation anxiety for the next series of Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss greatness. Vincent Twice (Vincent Twice) hosts this classic […]

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  • Will 'Sherlock' take a clue from 'Poirot'? Please?

    Will 'Sherlock' take a clue from 'Poirot'? Please?

    If Benedict Cumberbatch gets his way, and let’s hope he does, Sherlock fans around the globe will get the opportunity to watch some of the greatest television on television until roughly the year 2025. Much like David Suchet who made it his life’s ambition to complete the entire Hercule Poirot series of 65 Agatha Christie […]

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  • Endeavour – A first look at another PBS 'Masterpiece'

    Endeavour – A first look at another PBS 'Masterpiece'

    At the risk of getting a bit repetitive here, writing about PBS Masterpiece‘s embarrassment of riches seems to be a weekly occurrence these days. Showing no signs of slowing down this summer when most networks are in the state of perpetual re-runs or pointless reality shows, PBS’ Masterpiece Mystery! series will premiere “Endeavour“ on Sunday, […]

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  • BBC to buy viewers new Jonathan Creek for Christmas

    BBC to buy viewers new Jonathan Creek for Christmas

    When it comes to good news, the always widely-quoted, ever-so-popular, never mentioned by name BBC insider has told the British Comedy Guide that there will be a new Jonathan Creek episode for BBC viewers to unwrap this year. The ‘insider’ continued by saying: ‘It’s definitely going ahead. We’re very excited to see Jonathan back on […]

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  • Sherlock 3 news you can use

    Sherlock 3 news you can use

    Mr. Peabody, set the WAYBAC Machine to September 2010 before any Sherlock program has been seen…. In what now seems to be a lifetime ago, Sherlock co-creator Steven Moffat and producer, Sue Vertue, give a bit of what is now background greatness as to how they created one of the most inventive series in recent […]

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  • Sherlock co-creator hints at Sherlock 3 content

    Sherlock co-creator hints at Sherlock 3 content

    With last night’s premiere of the second series of Sherlock on PBS still a hot topic on numerous website chat rooms, co-writer/co-creator, Mark Gatiss, has lobbed the first Sherlock 3 grenade and hinted as to at least one of the stories that will be featured. Much like the 2010 Moffat/Gatiss simple three word tease for […]

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  • Kicking off 'Sherlock 2 week' at Trinity Hall

    Kicking off 'Sherlock 2 week' at Trinity Hall

    Last night was a fitting kick-off to the long-awaited broadcast of Sherlock 2 which premieres next Sunday, May 6, on PBS’ Masterpiece. About 150 fans of the BBC/PBS series braved the sunny, 70 degree weather to venture out to Trinity Hall Irish Pub for a great night of trivia and the opportunity to get an […]

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  • David Suchet bids farewell to Hercule Poirot in 2012

    David Suchet bids farewell to Hercule Poirot in 2012

    After 22 years and 65 films, the brilliant David Suchet is allowed to feel a bit ‘gutted’ at the thought of bringing Hercule Poirot to completion. With the upcoming production of the final five adaptations of the remaining Poirot novels, Suchet will have played the infamous Belgian detective in every Agatha Christie story every written […]

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  • Fancy a self-guided Sherlock tour while in the UK?

    Fancy a self-guided Sherlock tour while in the UK?

    As you prepare for 6 May 2012 and the premiere of Sherlock on PBS…. If you find yourself either in the UK or planning a visit in the not-too-distant future, think about taking a tour of locations made famous, or infamous, by the brilliance that is Sherlock. Not to worry. You are not alone in […]

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