Tag Archives: Sherlock

Steven Moffat: “‘Sherlock’ and ‘Doctor Who’ Are Obtusely British”

Steven Moffat is more than qualified to comment on the way foreign territories enjoy imported TV shows. The two series he is most closely associated with—Doctor Who and Sherlock—both have huge worldwide audiences and have made ...

Portsmouth Announces £25m Sherlock Holmes Theme Park

If there is one thing a steady diet of Sherlock Holmes—whether in book, movie or TV form—can teach us, it’s that things are not always as they seem. While it would make a certain amount of sense to put a tourist attraction ...

Personality Quiz: Which British Villain Are You?

The Brits are famous (nay infamous) for playing baddies on TV shows and in the movies. That deadly combination of lethal intelligence, no compassion and the egotistical need to monologue when you have the good guy handcuffed to a chair ...

WATCH: Who Wants to See ‘Sherlock: The Musical’?

As of last Sunday (February 2), series three of Sherlock has officially come and gone, and hopefully we won’t have to wait another two years to see our favorite highly-functioning sociopathic sleuth and his medical assistant treading ...

Benedict Cumberbatch Discusses His Plans for ‘Sherlock’

We waited two years for Sherlock to make its return to PBS and now it’s come and gone. We’re already missing it and people are wondering, what’s next?

WATCH: Benedict Cumberbatch on ‘Sesame Street’

Yesterday, we were all a-flutter at the first picture from Benedict Cumberbatch’s appearance on Sesame Street, and today, we have the actual clip.

‘Sherlock’ Recap: ‘His Last Vow’

The wedding is over, and the honeymoon is anything but sweet…

Newspaper proprietor Charles Augustus Magnussen is facing a parliamentary enquiry about his ability to influence government policy. His glasses appear to have an electronic menu, offering suggestions of weakness in the people facing ...

The Bizarre Animated Appearances of Mr. Sherlock Holmes

The adventures of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most famous creation have been given many and varied theatrical and cinematic treatments since he first arrived in print form. Some are serious, some silly, and some are just plain ...

‘Sherlock’ Recap: ‘The Sign of Three’

After last week’s shenanigans with bonfires, bombs and moustaches, it’s time for the relative sanity of John Watson’s wedding. What could possibly go wrong?

NTA Awards: Matt’s Thanks And Benedict’s Shorts

It’s becoming apparent that, just as a dog will always find a dropped hot dog in the middle of a large field, if you give Benedict Cumberbatch a camera and a few minutes, he will commence larking about.