Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) will have at least one last big mystery to solve before Elementary signs off for Season 2 — and this particular case could be life or death.
Mycroft Holmes (Rhys Ifans) has been somewhat of a mystery since making his first appearance earlier this season, and for good reason: The languid lout has been lying to his brother the whole time. It turns out, Mycroft has been working as an asset for MI-6, using his restaurants as a way to gather intel for Britain's secret intelligence agency.
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But, in another twist, Mycroft left MI-6 years ago, only forced to recently return to secretly protect his brother from prosecution after unknowingly helping a terrorist during his drug spiral in London. That being said, it seemed easy to fall in line with Sherlock's theory that Mycroft was being framed for the murder of an MI-6 analyst who had uncovered a mole within the agency. But what if Mycroft isn't being framed at all and actually is the mole? TVGuide.com took that question and more to executive producer Rob Doherty to get the scoop...
Emily Bergl has landed a guest-starring role on Elementary, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The Shameless star, who was recently promoted to series regular on the Showtime dramedy, will play...
Mycroft is coming back to Elementary in a big way!
The final episodes of the CBS drama's sophomore run will feature the return of Sherlock's (Jonny Lee Miller) brother Mycroft (Rhys Ifans) to New York. "He'll be back for four more episodes as we wrap up the season," executive producer Rob Doherty tells TVGuide.com. "We are looking to build a Mycroft-centric story to finish out the season. We would include Rhys in four consecutive episodes and build something with him and Sherlock and Joan."
Exclusive: Army Wives' Jeremy Davidson Heads toElementary
Jeremy Davidson has landed a guest-starring role on Elementary, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The Army Wives alum will play...
Three episodes are never enough to satisfy our appetite for the dazzling BBC/Masterpiece Mystery! version of Sherlock, which thanks to its stars' busy movie careers, made us wait two long years for the latest trilogy of 90-minute delights. Was it worth the wait? The answer is (to borrow the title of TV's other enjoyable contemporary Holmes series) elementary: Did you ever doubt it?
"You love it, being Sherlock Holmes," reaffirms the long-suffering Dr. John Watson (the delightful Martin Freeman) to his exasperating mate (an electrifying Benedict Cumberbatch), who returns to the spotlight in Sunday's playfully...