In today’s edition of our month-long MIA Shows article series, we’re focusing entirely on Sherlock season 5.
It’s been well-known for some time that former Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat was working on a new Dracula series.
After appearing in Fargo and also Sherlock for many years, Martin Freeman now has a prominent new gig over on FX.
It feels like very few months there comes a time when we need to have an obligatory Sherlock season 5 update — after all, we need to on some level keep throwing the idea out there into the universe to ensure that it actually happens!
Just in case you ever wanted to pretend to be one of your favorite sleuths, we come bearing some good news: There is a Sherlock escape room that is coming to London this October.
Just in case you needed a reminder that Benedict Cumberbatch is an amazing human beyond just his work on Sherlock and other projects, we’ve got that for you in this latest story.
Not too long after Benedict Cumberbatch gave a fairly scathing reply to Martin Freeman’s sentiment that doing Sherlock seemingly isn’t “fun” anymore, we now have a little more clarification from the Watson actor as to precisely what he meant.
Benedict Cumberbatch reacts to some of the latest comments when it comes to Martin Freeman and making Sherlock.
Following his time as showrunner on Doctor Who and being the co-creator on Sherlock, Steven Moffat is working next on an adaptation of Dracula.
There have been questions aplenty in the past about whether or not there will be a Sherlock season 5 and, by and large, the easy answer to that question is that there will be. That’s just what tends to make the most sense given the show’s rampant success in both the ratings and pop-culture relevance.