First details of the third season of Sherlock

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Entertainment - Television
Wednesday, 09 May 2012 01:45

If you are not up with Sherlock, series of BBC , do not continue reading. From the moment we entered SPOILERS area.

In a recent interview, Mark Gatiss, co-creator of the series and interpreter of Mycroft Holmes, revealed details of the anticipated third season of Sherlock . Fans of the British series expect. enthusiastically, a third season that will help unravel the mystery behind the fake death of the protagonist. Since the issuance of the third chapter of the second season, fans have only speculate and theorize about how the character orchestrated his downfall from the top of the building.

Gatiss, one of the culprits of this modern adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle's character, said the first episode of the new last what? Sherlock season will be based on the history of The Adventure of the Empty House (The Adventure of Uninhabited House):

There are certain things about The Adventure of the empty house that seem set in stone, because that's the way Sherlock returns, but at the same time we are free to invent and introduce new things to this. I have always felt a bit unlikely that the only reaction of Dr. Watson was faint, instead of launching a series of expletives.

In The Adventure of Uninhabited House investigates the murder of a son of the Earl of Maynooth, a case that is related to one of the many agents Moriarty. There are certain story elements that help explain the return of Sherlock, and we can be sure that the essence of the story will continue, though, the twists that Gatiss and Steven Moffat, another of those responsible, will apply to Sherlock present since they are the most original and daring.

This update of the immortal detective figure has proved to be one of the British series with the greatest in recent years. So much so that CBS is preparing its own project based on Sherlock Holmes, a series is titled Elementary and will star Johnny Lee Miller (Sherlock) and Lucy Liu (Watson). Benedict Cumberbatch, the Sherlock English, does not believe that this proliferation of projects around the detective saturate the public:

We knew that there was room for two Sherlocks after watching the saga of Robert Downey Jr., so why not going to be room for three?

Both Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman (Watson) have their agendas full of projects and odd jobs; Cumberbatch shot Freeman Star Trek 2 and immersed in The Hobbit. For this we have to wait at least a year to see the third installment of Sherlock. Can we stand it?