The Sherlock star reveals he and Benedict Cumberbatch are on track to reunite for a 2015 Christmas special.
Sweepin’ the clouds away, this week we learn whether the birthplace of Jim Henson and Kermit the Frog, once banned the beloved children’s show from public television.
Benedict Cumberbatch and co-creator Steven Moffat say they want to continue Sherlock as long as the star’s schedule permits.
Steven Moffat has revealed that he and co-creator Mark Gatiss, “for no particular reason,” have plotted out seasons 4 and 5 of Sherlock.
Even before filming has gotten under way on the third season of Sherlock, star Benedict Cumberbatch has revealed he and Martin Freeman have signed on for Season 4 of the hit BBC1 drama.
The start of production for the third season of BBC’s Sherlock has been moved from January to March to accommodate the schedules of stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, meaning U.S. audience likely won’t see Series 3 until early 2014.