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Monday 10:00 PM on CBS
Feb 22, 2013
Elementary "Possibility Two" Review: If I Had a Billion Dollars...
...I'd hire JLM and Lucy Liu to hang out with me in character full time.
Nov 03, 2013
Captain Gregson and Unnatural Arrangements
"I've come to appreciate the premise of partnership. It's far more intricate that I could have imagined. The very smallest gesture can speak volumes." - Jonny Lee Miller as Sherlock Holmes

For a man who believes marriage has outlasted its usefulness, the ultimate advocator of domestic partnership can't resist to help Captain Gregson out of a trial separation from his wife.

One can tell from the start affection isn't the problem between them; Mrs. Gregson asks the police to protect "Tommy" after she reduces the man looking for her husband, the Captain goes through the trouble to give her the man-hating-dog in order to send a message. And, as Holmes pointed out, his wife goes through the trouble to make diner for the one man Gregson hates, in order to get his attention.

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R.I.P. CSi: Cyber
Jan 08, 2016
CBS Sets Premiere Date for Rush Hour, Moves Elementary to Sundays
There is still no word on when Person of Interest will return.
oh dear lord
Sep 28, 2013
News Briefs: NBC Is Jumping on the Comic Book Trend With a Constantine Series
Plus: Game of Thrones casting, Laura Benanti is visiting Elementary, and A&E is bringing back the dead.
Thanks, Mom
Dec 15, 2012
Elementary "The Leviathan" Review: Hooray for Career Day!
Watson has finally been called out on her secret love for sleuthing.
It was a Pleasure!
Feb 14, 2015
Elementary Review: "The Female of the Species"
„The Female of The Species“


The reason why it is an advantage to be curious and interested in a wide range of subjects.

“The Female of the Species” was a very “doylesque” case not only because Sherlock used the name of “Sigurdson” as a pseudonym what the original Holmes does once in a while, too, but because of the construction of the plot and the course of the investigation.
It was a calmly staged story, whose attractiveness was based on the way the case was solved. It is possible that people, who like a bit of action, were disappointed or got bored, but I was intrigued by the construction of the puzzle and how Sherlock got to the solution just by using his vast knowledge and his ability to detect patterns.

Two pregnant zebras (Interesting discussion by the way on Twitter about ’zɛbrǝ (BE) versus ‘ziːbrǝ (AE)) were ...Read more
Let's Make a (Drug) Deal
Feb 08, 2013
Elementary "A Giant Gun, Filled With Drugs" Review: High Times
No joke, I loved this week's episode.
IMLTHO This One Wasn't the Best
Oct 26, 2012
Elementary "The Rat Race" Review: Sexy Sherlock! (A Halloween-Themed Look at a Seriously Flawed Episode)
However, even though it's made a lot of mistakes, I still continue to enjoy Elementary.
old ghosts
Jan 16, 2014
News Briefs: The Next Season of American Horror Story Will Be Set in the Year...
Plus: The CW gets into the miniseries thing, Benjamin Bratt will hunt Jack Bauer, and HIMYM pisses people off.
Be the Reds!
Feb 01, 2013
Elementary "The Red Team" Review: Enough With the Spies Already
More and more, the show's crimes seem to happen in isolated, non-New York bubble locales, or in largely theoretical worlds like that of secret national service groups, Russian spies, international assassins, etc.
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Elementary is a CBS television series based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes detective stories with contemporary twists. It stars Jonny Lee Miller as Holmes and Lucy Liu as Watson.

Airdate and Time History:
Season 1: Thursdays at 10:00 pm
Season 2: Thursdays at 10:00 pm
Season 3: Thursdays at 10:00 pm
Season 4: episodes 1 through 16 Thursdays at 10:00pm, episodes 17 through 24 Sundays at 10:00pm
Season 5: Sundays at 10:00 pm
Season 6: Mondays at 10:00 pm