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.
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Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman
Sherlock Holmes will return from the dead next season to tackle his most formidable job yet — that of best man.
The news was revealed in a rough-cut clip for the first-ever Sherlock panel at Comic-Con in San Diego on Thursday. Although executive producer Sue Vertue implored fans to not reveal the...
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Good things come to those who wait?
BBC has pushed back the production of Sherlock three months, which means fans of the series on this side of the pond may have to wait until 2014 for the third season, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Production was moved from January to March to accommodate the busy schedules of...
The timing is as uncanny as the sleuth is eternal. On the heels of CBS announcing a promising new modern-day Sherlock Holmes series Elementary for fall, PBS' Masterpiece Mystery! wraps the second season of brilliant contemporary Sherlock movies on Sunday (check local listings) with its most dizzying and dazzlingly literary adventure yet.