Wednesday, October 23, 2013

BBC Sherlock - Season 3 Premiering in the US on Jan 19 2014



Benedict Cumberbatch returns as BBC Sherlock Season 3 US Premiere Jan 19 2014

Dear Readers,


Here is some great news for fans of BBC Sherlock.

Benedict Cumberbatch returns as Sherlock when the third season premieres in the US on Jan 19 2014 at 10 pm EST on PBS Masterpiece.

As has been the case with the previous two seasons, Season 3 will also have 3 episodes.

The first episode, “The Empty Hearse” is based on The Adventure of the Empty House. It has been penned by Mark Gatiss and directed by Jeremy Lovering.

Steve Thompson has written the script for the next episode, “The Sign of Three”. Readers familiar with the Sherlock Holmes Canon will recognize the obvious reference to The Sign of the Four. Colm McCarthy directs this episode.

Sherlock co-creator Steven Moffat takes over the writing duties for the season finale, “His Last Vow”. Directed by Nick Hurran, the episode title refers to “His Last Bow”, the collection of Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories published between 1908 to 1917. The last story in that series is also referred to by the same name.

Having enjoyed the show so far, I am excited for the Season 3 premiere.

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10 comments:

  1. May give me enough time to watch Seasons 1 & 2 (school permitting). Minus A Study in Pink, the Benny & Marty version is unknown to me.

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  2. So excited about this :) Though my Favourite Sherlock Holmes actor was Jeremy Brett. IHe for me will always be Sherlock :)

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    1. Thanks Adam.

      I too am eagerly looking forward to Jan 19 :)

      Jeremy Brett was a very masterly Holmes. Have you read the book "Bending the Willow: Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes" by David Stuart Davies.

      This book is a recommended read for fans of Jeremy Brett.

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    2. No I haven't, but I will definitely look out for it,now you've been kind enough to recommend it. :)

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    3. I am sure you will enjoy the book.

      B2B.

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    1. LOL. Well said, Gary.

      BBC Sherlock continues to be the definitive contemporary adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle's legendary detective.

      B2B.

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    2. The BBC definitely make the Best Dramas in my opinion.

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    3. I have not seen any other BBC dramas, but I can definitely agree with your opinion as far as Sherlock is concerned :)

      B2B.

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