The limited series will air on Showtime, and feature adaptations of novels by journalist Edward St. Aubyn.
‘Sherlock’ writer and co-creator Mark Gattis hints that the show’s scheduling difficulties could prevent another season from coming together.
The limited series focuses on the failed attempt to blow up the House of Lords in Britain, which made Guy Fawkes (or at least his face) famous.
The outlet that printed the information later removed it, but it’s unclear if that’s because it was mistaken, or that Marvel didn’t want it out there yet.
Former showrunner Bryan Fuller hints that the one-time NBC favorite could return with limited, ‘occasional’ seasons.
Co-creator says no, while the two stars kind of point in the direction of a yes.
The new season of ‘Sherlock’ comes to PBS in the United States on Jan. 1.
Charlie Brooker was asked just once, but ‘Doctor Who’ never came back to ask again.
Benedict Cumberbatch might finally be ready to hang his detective hat, cloak and pipe.
Our first clues for season 4 have arrived…
The boys are back in town.
Production on the highly-anticipated fourth season of Sherlock has officially begun, following the release of a…
The stage is set. The curtain rises.
Just put on the hat already, Sherlock.
Check out the “Sherlock” panel, featuring co-creator, producer, and writer Steven Moffat, executive producer Sue Vertue, and actor Rupert Graves!