Sherlock season 3, episode 2 wrapped filming today, and a great photo from the set depicts Benedict Cumberbatch reminding everyone he’s in the new Star Trek Into Darkness movie. Or, is he a nerdfighter?
Benedict Cumberbatch is looking out for his United States fans. At a Star Trek Into Darkness red carpet event, the actor revealed he’s trying to get Sherlock series 3 to air in the U.S. and U.K. simultaneously.
Sherlock fans are eagerly awaiting the series 3 air date, and today actor Martin Freeman shed a little light on a timeframe.
The director of Sherlock series 3, episode 3 (also known as the season 3 finale) is the same person who is currently directing the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special.
Over the past 24 hours, a rumor that made its way across Twitter, Tumblr, and Facebook suggested that the Sherlock series 3 air date is set for November 24.
So is it true?
Sherlock series 3 has been filming in outdoor, public London locations, and unsurprisingly, photos from the set have surfaced online.
The cast and crew of Sherlock series 3 have wrapped work on episode 1 and are now moving on to episode 2.
Filming on Sherlock series 3 occurred outdoors today, so naturally the paparazzi were out in full force to catch glimpses of lead actors Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman in their roles!
As filming on Sherlock series 3 continues in the United Kingdom, today we’re learning the title of episode 2. Even better: It may provide a big clue as to what’s coming in the storyline.
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BBC One announced this morning that actress Amanda Abbington has joined Sherlock series 3, which is currently filming its trio of episodes.
Filming on Sherlock series 3 has been underway for the past week, and today we’re getting a first glimpse at our beloved lead back in the saddle.
Warning: Very small spoiler ahead!
The vision comes to us in a dream every so often: The Doctor and Sherlock Holmes meeting one another. So why hasn’t it happened on one of their shows yet?
Recently, Doctor Who and Sherlock creator Steven Moffat revealed why it’s not feasible.
The title of Sherlock series 3, episode 1 is…