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Sherlock: A modern update finds the famous sleuth and his doctor partner solving crime in 21st century London.

  • Currently 4.37/5
(3409 votes)
Ratings: IMDB: 9.3/10 Metascore: N/A RT: N/A
Released: July 25, 2010
Runtime: 90 mins
Genres: Crime Drama Mystery
Countries: UK
Actors: Benedict Cumberbatch Mark Gatiss Martin Freeman Rupert Graves Una Stubbs Zoe Telford

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Posted by pokernod 5 years, 3 months ago
+23 | +30 / -7

Im a huge Sherlock Holmes fan. I read all the stories as a child and made, in my head, a very real and very detailed vision from them. There have been many who have tried to pull off the magic that only a few have gotten right. Sherlock Holmes has got to be one of the hardest of characters to play. Eccentric, yet Majestic. Arrogant, yet Mysterious. Poised, yet Wild. And forget the actor, I feel very sorry for the director and producer. Not only do you need someone who can pull out all of these traits, but he HAS to look the part or it just doesnt work. A short, fat Sherlock Holmes? I think not! There have only been three who have pulled it off to my knowledge. Of course Ronald Howard, not perfect but close, but he was the original Holmes. But the stories were far too short and he didnt get to really give us the extreme character we know from the books. But I think he could have done it. Jeremy Brett was, in my eyes, the perfect Sherlock Holmes. When I read the books, he was basically who I pictured. I was surprised to see such a close resemblance in a TV actor who could actually meet the requirements of such an Ornate part. And the British were, at the time, the only ones who would dare allow the part of a cocaine swilling Mad Man to come out on television. And on a side note, David Burke was the best Watson of any Ive ever seen. Nicholas Rowe. I was utterly stunned as I watched this young actor pull of a young version of a character I knew by heart. His version of the future detective was one of the best Ive ever seen by anyone, and he wasnt even playing the part of the seasoned veteran, Holmes. I could only imagine the fear of any director asking a mere kid to, not only play one of the greatest folk legends of our time, but to switch it ever so subtlety as to show the probable child he once might have been. By the end of "Young Sherlock Holmes", I was very much wishing it was a series instead of a movie. So now Sherlock Holmes has been moved to the 21st century. I truly thought that I wouldnt make it through 10 mins of this series with out literally breaking my remote to get it off of my set. Instead, my remote was used solely to rewind small intricate parts that the actor, Benedict Cumberbatch, was playing to near perfection, leaving me with smirking smiles most of the way through every episode. I was simply amazed that this actor was pulling off a 130 year old icon while using Laptops and Cellphones as props. Make that four who have pulled it off. Disappointments? Oh yes. I was appalled, and nearly floored, when I learned that only a meager three episodes had been made. I do so hope that someone realizes their mistake soon and brings back the character, "Sherlock".

Posted by asaratte 3 years, 9 months ago
+18 | +18 / -0

Love it. Benedict Cumberbatch makes perfect cold and genius Sherlock and Martin Freeman as Watson is a perfect counterweigh. Both create brilliant duet.

Posted by Immzi 4 months ago
+13 | +13 / -0

OMG OMG OMG! Seeing this in my TV Schedule has my heart racing. Can hardly wait. 2 more days for pure and unadulterated joy :')

Posted by Kinsm 2 years, 5 months ago
+12 | +12 / -0

Season 4 consisting of three episodes will start production next month and will air in January 2016 following a 2015 Christmas special. The show has been picked up for a 5th season, and Benedict Cumberbatch is on record as open to and hopeful for even more seasons.

Posted by DebbieLegg 1 year, 6 months ago ( Edited 1 year, 6 months ago )
+10 | +11 / -1

PBS has announced that a 90 minute special will air on 1st January 2016 titled - Sherlock: The Abominable Bride. Season 4 is not expected to air until 2017.

Posted by jade235711 4 months ago
+9 | +9 / -0

Ugh. What happened to this formerly amazing show? Season 4 has been completely unwatchable so far. What's with all the over the top over-acting, ridiculous writing and Cumberbach aggrandizing? Not to mention the completely new unbelievable Watson character?? This used to be one of my favorite shows that I patiently waited for months on end between seasons due to the ever-increasing popularity of the two lead actors. Seems the original, high quality, creative story tellers and writers got tired of waiting between season 3 and 4 and went off to greener pastures and were instead, replaced with hollywood-ite wannabes who believe that focusing more on the action and nonsense than any actual storyline or plot development will gain them more viewers. So sad. Hopefully the producers will get a clue and fire some of their sorry a$$es to get some quality writers back on the show. Before it's too late.

Posted by MoreCowBells 3 years, 4 months ago
+9 | +12 / -3

The BBC adaption of Sherlock is a unique and special experience. In movies and television we have all seen a wide range of versions of our favorite novels. Some of them have been pleasant enough, even likable but unfortunately most fall flat and are extremely disappointing, to say the least. What is so unique about this modern Sherlock adaption is that it stays true to the spirit of the original novels; while still allowing the actors to make them uniquely their own. The actors even evolve with the characters and still, remarkably, stay true to the original source material. A big reason, maybe even the most important one, why this show works so well, is because it is written and produced by fans. Moffat and Gatiss are well respect writers and producers ..but fans they are nonetheless. Their brilliance and talent on top of their love for the original content has not only steered this series in the right direction, not to mention started it out brilliantly, but has allowed the actors chemistry to work, and allowed freedom where needed. The writers, producers and actors of this program are extremely important people. They are busy...they are busy because they are immeasurably talented. Sherlock, the series, is a burden of love. Something these people put aside the time to do. This is a series that works because it is made by genuine fans, and acted by them as well. It is also a series that recognizes its fans ...and says thank you.

Posted by SuggestionBox 4 months ago
+7 | +7 / -0

There are far too many words that describe this show as of S4E01. All at once it's brilliant, self-indulgent, nonsensical, hysterical, intriguing, clever, exhausting, arrogant, witty, attentive, staggering, and even phenomenal. I'm not as in love with it as I was at the start, though. (Maybe because of it's far too extended breaks between seasons?) I still enjoy it but now, instead of loving everything about it, it's certain elements that keep me coming back... for now. Among them are three of the actors: Cumberbatch, Freeman and Rupert Graves as DI Lestrade. Fantastic combination. Oddly enough, I tend to find the female characters, especially Mary, beyond annoying and over-acted.

Posted by glamgirl0395 2 years, 2 months ago
+7 | +9 / -2

I cant get over on how much I love this show! Episodes dont come fast enough and needless to say my desperation for them is immense. Cumberbatch is such an amazing actor and just a delight to watch. I would highly recommend this to anyone. 10/10

Posted by mvimama 2 years, 6 months ago
+7 | +7 / -0

If you are considering giving this series a go,dive in and be amazed.I was put off awhile because I thought the Sherlock Holmes in today's world would deminish the stories somehow.Oh!Was I wrong.This series is incredible.The stories,acting,filming is all woven together brilliantly.I recommend this to everyone.There is something there for everyone.5/5 from me and another series added to my favs.

Posted by 7lys 4 years, 2 months ago
+7 | +7 / -0

Benedict cumberbatch in sherlock makes me swoon!Perfect match! He has definitely grasped the modern version of sherlock..Great episodes with great plots! The only downside is that it has such few episodes~ =S

Posted by Geebus4 7 months ago
+6 | +6 / -0

New series will start back jan 1st 2017, there was a big break due to cumberbatch's movie commitments

Posted by cabbie_cutie50 2 years, 5 months ago
+6 | +7 / -1

Such an absolutely BRILLIANT show! The cast, production values and story are all top notch. Can't wait for the next series. Double thumbs up!

Posted by Chazza2003 2 years, 6 months ago ( Edited 2 years, 6 months ago )
+6 | +6 / -0

Season 4, Episode 1 - December 2015, According to IMDB... I guess it's probably an estimate, but WTF! I just hope it doesn't get flushed during that time, like too many great programmes.

Posted by WildLemon 4 years, 4 months ago
+6 | +6 / -0

I hate myself for watching this series. It is just too good. Now I am obsessed with it. Sherlock has taken over my life.

Posted by Leepshin 4 years, 7 months ago ( Edited 4 years, 7 months ago )
+6 | +6 / -0

Actually, unlike Elementary, the American version of Sherlock Holmes now out, I could get into this right away. Guess it is mentality thing? I often find comparing US/UK movie/tv-stuff is like Rugby vs. Football ;). Less flashy, less showy, more down to earth, not that pretty, but a lot rougher on the edges and goes deeper - guess I like that. (guess my karma is going to hell after this comment ;) )

Posted by RogueRequest 4 years, 11 months ago
+6 | +7 / -1

This is by far my favorite incarnation of Sherlock Holmes. You just can't go wrong with Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss teaming up. Not to mention the on screen dynamic that Cumberbatch (Holmes) and Freeman (Watson) have. Truly worth watching again and again!!! 10/10

Posted by marillion 4 years, 12 months ago
+6 | +7 / -1

Cannot believe that I put off watching this show for so long! Just finished series one and thought it was absolutely brilliant. Sherlock Holmes much like Dr Who is a difficult role to pull off successfully and considering the fact that this Holmes is now in the 21st century it seems like that would even further complicate things. I thought it would be tough to keep the core of the Holmes character while incorporating all the modern technology, social mores etc.... Moffat wrote the series brilliantly and his cast (Benedict Cumberbatch in particular) are also brilliant. The end result if your a Holmes fan or just a mystery fan in general is a show that absolutely brilliant and a joy to watch. While the short seasons suck cause we want more, they also should end up keeping the show fresh and leave us wanting more.

Posted by Joxy34 5 years, 4 months ago
+6 | +6 / -0

Yes the bbc have confirmed there will be a 3rd series! Woohooo!

Posted by DreadPirateRobert 4 months ago
+5 | +5 / -0

I don't think I've ever seen a great show go so far down hill in such a short time. If this last episode isn't a huge improvement on the self indulgent tripe I've seen in the last five I'm done with it.

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