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Johnny Lee Miller’s new Sherlock Holmes series, Elementary, was in full promo mode at Comic Con. The CBS booth seemed to be giving away an endless supply of logo drawstring bags to anyone who visited their booth.

At Comic Con, Miller talked to Access Hollywood about the differences between Elementary and Sherlock.

Lucy Lui also talked about chemistry between Holmes and Sherlock not being romantic chemistry.

Though Sherlock creators Steven Moffat and Sue Virtue have spoken out about concerns over Elementary, leading man, Benedict Cumberbatch has been very supportive stating that there is room enough on TV for more than one Arthur Conan-Doyle inspired creation.

Will you be giving Elementary a try come fall?

  • http://twitter.com/ivangatewood Ivan Gatewood

    I’m kind of annoyed by this. I’m obviously a big fan the BBC’s Sherlock, but I just feel that the show’s are too similar. I’m not a fan of a female Watson either. But perhaps I’m just being too critical without giving the show a proper chance. 

  • Lotte

    I selfishly hope, due to all the comments about Sherlock, this show unintentionally gives the best eWOM for the BBC version. I give benefit of the doubt until the show airs, but it is ridiculous to assume that ABC would have accepted this version without the English success so far.

    And, a female Sherlock would have caught my interest. Watson just seems to be a ‘I desperately try to be different’ attitude. 

  • http://twitter.com/Merina2 Merina

    Eeehhh…I am unconvinced.

  • Urooj

    no thanks. even IF it is good, i don’t think anything will compare to Sherlock.

  • charlotte

    “Lucy Lui also talked about chemistry between Holmes and Sherlock not being romantic chemistry.” Between Holmes and Sherlock? They must be making some big changes :p

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