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This 'Sherlock' Insider Just Dropped A VERY Exciting Hint About The Show's Future

It's been one year, six months, and 18 days since the last episode of BBC's Sherlock hit TV screens — and one year, six months, and just under 18 days since fans started asking when the next series would air. To date, it's all remained frustratingly…
By Emily Dixon

Why ‘Sherlock’ Fans Shouldn’t Give Up Hope On That Elusive Season 5

Being a Sherlock fan can be downright painful at times, with the long gaps between seasons and infrequent updates on its return. But it's the modern-day adaptation's whip-smart dialogue, epic plot twists, and impeccable acting that keeps audiences…
By Rebecca Patton

This 2017 TV Trivia Will Prove You Rule The DVR

How well do you remember the biggest moments from the year's best shows? (Spoilers!)
By Jefferson Grubbs

'Sherlock' Season 4 Left The Door Open For More

After literal years of waiting, Sherlock Season 4 has come and gone, and fans have been left with no answer about if or when there will be more. At the moment, no decision has been made on whether or not there will be a Season 5. Luckily if there…
By Sabienna Bowman

Why Molly’s ‘Sherlock’ Ending Was So Problematic

In “The Final Problem,” the season finale of the fourth series of Sherlock, one contentious scene stood out. The fans, cast, and creators alike have many opinions on it. I'm talking, of course, about Molly Hooper's forced love confession to Sherlock…
By Allyson Gronowitz

The Hints We Have About 'Sherlock' Season 5

After you watched the ultimate episode of Sherlock Season 4 — "The Final Problem" — you were probably left thinking that the problem was indeed final. As in, this was the last season of Sherlock. After all, the co-creators, and even the actor who…
By Courtney Lindley

'Sherlock' Season 4 Could Be The Final Season

In the most explosive way possible, the last episode of Sherlock Season 4 aired on Sunday night. Fans have long speculated that we would be nearing the end of the highly regarded BBC series. This finale — aptly titled "The Final Problem" — seems to…
By Courtney Lindley

The 'Sherlock' Finale Explained Moriarty's Fate

Season 4 of Sherlock was filled with major surprises, and Sunday's finale was no exception. "The Final Problem" wasted no time in exploring the most exciting revelation of the series so far. Major SPOILERS ahead. While "The Final Problem" was all…
By Amy Mackelden

Clues That 'Sherlock' Season 5 Will Happen

There has been so much speculation throughout Sherlock Season 4, regarding whether or not the series will be back for a fifth season. As stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman have such prolific Hollywood careers now, it's no wonder that it's…
By Amy Mackelden

'Sherlock' Has A New Character With A Big Role

Sherlock is known for its surprising twists and turns, and "The Lying Detective" served up several shocks to the audience on Sunday. Beware, as there are SPOILERS ahead relating to the Season 4 episode of Sherlock, "The Lying Detective." It's long…
By Amy Mackelden

'Sherlock' Could See Irene In Season 4

Season 4 of Sherlock got off to a dramatic start last week, and the second episode of the new season, mysteriously titled "The Lying Detective," was no exception. Beware, as there are spoilers ahead. Named for the Arthur Conan Doyle story "The Dying…
By Amy Mackelden

The Fate Of 'Sherlock' Season 5 Is A Total Mystery

When the final episode of Sherlock Season 4 (appropriately titled "The Final Problem") airs this Sunday night, the titular detective will presumably have solved all of the lingering mysteries of the dark and devilish season… except for one: the…
By Jefferson Grubbs

Tantalizing Deductions About 'Sherlock' Season 5

After three years without a full season of Sherlock, it's felt positively decadent to have a new episode every Sunday night. But as every Sherlock fan intimately knows, these seasons are short and sweet. The Sherlock Season 4 finale airs on Jan. 15…
By Sage Young

The Literary History Of 'Sherlock's Serial Killer

Sherlock Holmes has faced some nefarious characters before. But the Jan. 8 episode of Sherlock introduced a sociopathic billionaire whose urge to kill stands apart from a need for money, power, or revenge. In "The Lying Detective," Culverton Smith…
By Sage Young

Fans Are Questioning Mary's Fate On 'Sherlock'

The return of Sherlock on Sunday was a major television event, and the episode contained some pretty shocking surprises for fans of the show. If you haven't yet watched "The Six Thatchers", then beware, as there are massive SPOILERS ahead. While it…
By Amy Mackelden

Is Moriarty Back In 'Sherlock' Season 4?

Season 4 of Sherlock got off to a shocking start on Sunday, with a heartbreaking plot-twist. And, if you've not seen "The Six Thatchers," the first episode in the new season, beware as there are SPOILERS ahead. Sherlock's first case of the season…
By Amy Mackelden

Mary's Fate In 'Sherlock' Season 4 Is Shocking

The long-awaited Season 4 of Sherlock returned to our screens on Sunday, and "The Six Thatchers" was well worth the wait. The first episode wasted no time in answering some of the burning questions fans have had since "The Abominable Bride" aired…
By Amy Mackelden

There's No 'Sherlock' Without Moriarty

"Did you miss me?" Jim Moriarty wants to know in the Season 3 Sherlock finale. Andrew Scott's gleefully sadistic portrayal of the modernized Arthur Conan Doyle villain means that the answer to that question is always, "Yes. Yes, a lot." I feel like…
By Sage Young

"The Six Thatchers" Comes From 'Sherlock' Canon

The year 2017 will be off to a cracking start when the new season of Sherlock premieres on Jan. 1. At long last, the world's first (and only) consulting detective is back to solve crimes and hand out withering insults. It's been nearly three years…
By Sage Young

This 'Sherlock' S4 Villain Is The Darkest One Yet

Over the past three seasons, Sherlock Holmes has faced his fair share of clever murderers and devious manipulators — including his two biggest enemies so far, Jim Moriarty and Charles Augustus Magnussen. But with both of those arch-nemeses dead…
By Jefferson Grubbs