The ghosts we make for ourselves are the shadows that define our every day, the game is afoot in Series 4 for our high functioning sociopath detective, Sherlock
Sherlock is back for Series 3, enjoying the thrill of the chase with Watson, the blood pumping through their veins as the dynamic duo take on new challenges
The Culture Concept Circle’s Writer in Residence Carolyn McDowall has chosen her Top 10 TV drama choices for 2013, offering stories as complex as we really are
Sherlock Holmes side kick Dr Watson is superbly played by Martin Freeman. He is truly finding his own feet and momentum now and along with Benedict Cumberbatch as Holmes they must both give the writers a great deal of inspiration just by the sheer excellence of their performances. They are a dynamic duo par excellence.
Awesome! Writer Steven Moffat has surely outdone himself with the first story in the second series of Sherlock “A Scandal in Belgravia” featuring the enigmatic and erudite Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as Dr Watson.
The filming of the second series of Sherlock has just been completed in England. Re-invented by Steven Moffat and Mark Gattis of Dr Who fame when traveling, most appropriately on a train, Holmes and Watson were resurrected as living, breathing, modern men just as they were originally. For fans of the shrewd, sexy savvy reincarnation of one of fiction’s most enduring characters this is the good news they have been waiting to hear.
Robert Downey Junior in drag being chased on a train, now there is something to look forward to enjoying, let alone another adventure with the super sleuth himself, Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes in the second movie in the series directed by Guy Ritchie.