Sherlock

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Sunday 8:00 PM on BBC Premiered Jul 25, 2010 Returning 2015

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AIRED ON 1/12/2014

Season 3 : Episode 3

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This three-part series retells the tale of England's most celebrated detective but in a modern-day setting, with Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman taking the leads as Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson respectively.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • The Sign of Three - Great

    10
    The series is far better than any American TV currently available. The Sign of Three was one of the best shows in the series and my wife and I look forward to watching this again. Something that we don't normally do. Bravo to Masterpiece!
  • Better than Elementary

    9.5
    I like elementary but there is a better bond and more humor in this show.
  • Robert and Jude who?

    10
    Benedict and Martin are easily the best Holmes and Watson in recent history, 100 times better than Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law from the 2 movies. Show is wonderfully written and acted by everybody. Best show on BBC. Doctor Who doesn't have anything on this.
  • A clever, well-written, really good TV show with good actors

    10
    Such a wonderful show! I hope new series will come soon!
  • A sleuth in pursuit of perfection!

    10
    This series has made me read books for the first time - the sherlock books by Arthur Conan Doyle. I even imagine the same faces while reading them. True Detective deals with reality but lacks this series' stellar script.
  • IT'S ALIIIIIIIVE!

    Sherlock First Look: Uh-Oh, the Mustache Is Back

    The famous detective duo is back in the first new photo from the BBC's upcoming Sherlock special... and one of them has something on his face.

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    Categories

    Drama, Suspense

    Themes

    Crime, British TV