On the season finale of Sherlock on Sunday, the intrepid consulting detective was thrown for a loop not just once, but three times. We turned to series producers Steven Moffat and Sue Vertue as well as Amanda Abbington for answers.
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...
Viewers don't need to worry about watching the Coen brothers' Oscar-winning 1996 film Fargo before tuning in to FX's upcoming adaptation.
Executive-produced by Joel and Ethan Coen, the new take stars Martin Freeman as Lester Nygaard, who, after being bullied for most of his life, finally fights back after meeting a mysterious hit man named Lorne Malvo (Billy Bob Thornton). (The characters are similar to those of William H. Macy's Jerry Lundegaard and Steve Buscemi's Carl Showalter, respectively, from the film.) But...
Spoiler alert: Sherlock Holmes is not dead.
PBS Masterpiece has released a clever new teaser trailer for the upcoming third season of Sherlock (premiering Jan. 19), which makes it clear that Benedict Cumberbatch's title character is still very much alive, even after falling off a roof at the end of Season 2.
Better Call Saul might turn into Better Call Bob!
Breaking Bad's Bob Odenkirk has landed a new gig on FX's upcoming limited series Fargo, the network announced Friday.
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Odenkirk, best known for playing the shady lawyer on the AMC hit series, has been cast as Deputy Bill Olsen...