'Sherlock' producers hint at quick series 4 turnaround…

Much like the feeling that engulfs America the day after the 7th game of the World Series, the UK will wake up Monday morning struggling with the knowledge that Sherlock 3 has come to a close. In the U.S., no matter who wins the final game of the October classic, the only thing that is […]

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PBS to 'Unlock Sherlock' on 1.12.14

One week to the day before the long-awaited/highly-anticipated premiere of the new third series of Sherlock on Masterpiece Mystery!, PBS will go behind-the-scenes to uncover the genius underlying the modern incarnation of the world’s most famous consulting detective and most-portrayed literary character in the history of the big and small screen, Sherlock Holmes. On Sunday, […]

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Doctor Who 50th – Looking back and looking ahead

Sadly, what was a half-century in the making was over in a short span of one late-November weekend. The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Celebration came to a close with Saturdays broadcast of “The Day of the Doctor”.   Saturday’s mega-broadcast received a Guinness Book of World Records nod for the largest ever simulcast of a […]

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'An Adventure in Space and Time' trailer gold!

Another day, another bit of Doctor Who 50th Anniversary gold. This time, it’s in the form of the first video trailer for the upcoming Mark Gatiss biopic, An Adventure in Space and Time. The clip features David Bradley as the First Doctor actor William Hartnell along with Brian Cox and Jessica Raine as the BBC […]

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A Happy Halloween moment with Psychoville's "Rope"

I think I’ve decided that only thing that could rival the fanboy love and appreciation for Sherlock Holmes by the minds of Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss is the love of film and all things Hitchcock-ian by League of Gentlemen alumni, Steve Pemberton and Reese Shearsmith. Case in point. Following the greatness of The League […]

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Mark Gatiss. You know him as Mycroft but now as….Joan Crawford?

There are a number of people that I continue to marvel at the endless and varied talents that they possess in the industry. Obviously, Steven Moffat and Benedict Cumberbatch top the list. Hugh Bonneville is brilliant in both Downton Abbey and Twenty Twelve. Dame Judi Dench can bounce from As Time Goes By to the […]

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Looking ahead to Sherlock 3 with Benedict Cumberbatch and Mark Gatiss

Sky diving off the roof of St Barts? Benedict Cumberbatch has given the strongest hint yet as to how his brilliant 21st Century adaptation of Sherlock Holmes survived that ‘impossible’ plunge from the roof of St Bart’s Hospital at the end of series two. Sort of…   “Have you seen the winged suits on YouTube??” […]

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The Full Sherlock…at Comic-Con 2013

Unfortunately, this won’t make life any easier given that Sherlock still probably won’t premiere on the BBC and PBS until 2014, but thanks to the generous folks over at PBS’ Masterpiece series, it’s just about the next best thing unless you happen to re-watch series one and two anytime between now and then. Many have […]

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Sherlock returns to Cardiff for final filming on series 3

While the world patiently (ha!) waits for any tiny hint as to how Sherlock Holmes survives his rooftop leap off St Barts, the cast and crew responsible for creating the best bit of television on television have returned to Cardiff to continue filming for episode 3 in this years Sherlock series on BBC One and […]

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