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‘Sherlock’ Recap: ‘The Empty Hearse’

Warning: spoilers that are also not spoilers.

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10 Reasons Why Steven Moffat’s ‘Sherlock’ is the Best

Yesterday we put together a list of the various different ways in which Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s tales of Sherlock Holmes have been dramatized for film and TV. Today we have a more singular intention.

Brit Binge Watching: Five Sherlock Holmes Adaptations You Can View Online

It’s here, it’s here! Wait, what’s “it” you ask? Sherlock of course.

Steven Moffat: “We’ll Do The Next ‘Sherlock’ Series As Quickly As We Can”

Poor Steven Moffat.

‘Sherlock’ Co-Creator Mark Gatiss Interviews Martin Freeman

Last week Steven Moffat, Sherlock co-creator and Doctor Who showrunner, interviewed title star Benedict Cumberbatch about all things Sherlock. It’s only fair that Martin Freeman gets the same treatment, with Sherlock co-creator Mark ...

Never Mind Sherlock Holmes, Say Hello To ‘Curly Fu’

Trust us, we’re staying schtum about the goings on in Sherlock until it’s possible for an American audience to see it (so just the 16 days and counting), but you might like to know that fandom of this most British of TV ...

10 Things to Look Forward to in 2014

2013 was a pretty good year to be interested in British culture, was it not? Doctor Who fans in particular had more than enough to keep them occupied, with some enormously high profile entrances and exits, a 50th anniversary special and ...

Top 12 Fandom-Related Viral Videos of 2013

Whether you get your strongest feels from Harry Potter, or Lord of the Rings, Star Trek, or Game of Thrones, I think we can all appreciate this year of fandoms.

WATCH: ‘Sherlock’ Mini-Episode ‘Many Happy Returns’

Steven Moffat has had such a jolly good time with his prequels for Doctor Who that he’s gone and done one for Sherlock. As previously announced, the mini-episode “Many Happy Returns” (co-written by Mark Gatiss) has ...

Steven Moffat: “Why Would We Make ‘Sherlock’ Into A Movie?”

In the heirarchy of media, movies sit at the very top of the tree, just above TV, which is just above radio, which is just above books, which are just above magazines and newspapers, which are just above the internet (hello!).