With production ramping up on season three, a producer for the BBC is asking fans to (please!) stop with all those spoilery set pics.
It's official: Work has finally resumed on the BBC's Sherlock.
The BBC has released a brand new drama showreel that includes a few clips from two upcoming episodes from the second part of Season 7 of Doctor Who. Geronimo!
For the man best known as the mastermind behind Doctor Who, Steven Moffat's side gig Sherlock is quickly becoming an even larger part of his reputation—and now it's getting even more acclaim than The Doctor himself. So why is Moffat so surprised by all the Sherlock love?
Sherlock's very own Dr. John Watson—actor Martin Freeman—will be hitting it big when The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey hits theatres on December 14th. But other than the fact that Freeman is a pretty decent (and underrated) actor, why was he ultimately cast in the role of the young Bilbo Baggins?
It's no secret that Doctor Who and Sherlock showrunner Steven Moffat doesn't want any crossovers between his two successful shows. However, there's one who disagrees with Moffat, and that's the Eleventh Doctor himself, Matt Smith.
Good news guys! the BBC's wildly successful modern Sherlock Holmes series Sherlock will finally begin filming its third series/season early next year. Bad news is — it could also be its last.
At this point it's hard to imagine anyone but Matt Smith as the bowtie rockin', Sonic Screwdriver spinnin' Eleventh Doctor, but it almost didn't work out that way. According to Smith, he first met showrunner Steven Moffat not to discuss Who, but a very different role on another show.
The BBC's Sherlock season 2 finale had without a doubt one of the most shocking cliffhangers we've ever seen, and for those who have yet to see it, we're not going to spoil it. Suffice it to say the wait for season three is killing us. Well, somebody got bored and tired of waiting (perhaps it was Sherlock himself) because they've recreated Sherlock and Moriarty's final dramatic face-off in LEGO glory.
Ever since CBS announced it was doing its own take on a modern Sherlock Holmes with its series Elementary, there's been a lot of hoopla about the project; especially from Sherlock co-creator Steven Moffat and producer Sue Vertue. But there's one very important person who's kept mum on the subject, until now.