Sunday, December 8, 2013

BBC Sherlock Season 3 Trailer - Benedict Cumberbatch returns as Sherlock Holmes

Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Amanda Abbington as Mary Morstan, Louise Brealey, Rupert Graves and Una Stubbs in Season 3 of BBC Sherlock

Dear Readers,

The first trailer for Season 3 of BBC Sherlock has arrived.




Amanda Abbington, Martin Freeman's real life partner plays Mary Morstan. For readers not familar with Arthur Conan Doyle's stories, Mary is Sherlock Holmes' client, who ends up marrying John Watson in The Sign of the Four (referred to in the title of Episode # 2 “The Sign of Three”).

Mycroft Holmes (Mark Gatiss) informs Sherlock about an impending terrorist threat to London. Sherlock gets back into his groove to save the day.

True to the Canon, Sherlock's return seems to have successfully thrown “Mrs. Hudson into violent hysterics” (The Adventure of the Empty House).

I am curious to see if the rest of the world too reacts the same way to Benedict Cumberbatch's return as Sherlock Holmes.

Sherlock premieres in the UK on Jan 01 2014 and in the US on Jan 19 2014. Click here to watch the interactive trailer.

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Image Source: BBC Wales, Hartswood Films, Masterpiece Theatre

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6 comments:

  1. Good trailer, it makes me even more excited for Sherlock's return! I really do hope that first episode explains how he survived the fall.

    -James

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    1. Thanks James. I share your hope that that they will address the issue of how Sherlock survived his fall in the first episode itself.

      B2B.

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  2. Dr. Watson needs to lose the mustache. I'm looking forward to having Mary Morstan on the show.

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    1. Thanks Kathleen.

      I too am interested to see the BBC version of Mary Morstan.

      B2B.

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  3. I'm so excited for the show to return! From what I've seen, it looks like this season's going to be good.

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    1. Thanks Loveable Freak.

      I am sure this season will be another win for the writing team of BBC Sherlock.

      B2B.

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