“You… you told me once… that you weren’t a hero. Umm… There were times I didn’t even think you were human, but let me tell you this. You were the best man, the most human… human being that I’ve ever known and no one will ever convince me that you told me a lie, so… there. I was so alone… and I owe you so much. But please, there’s just one more thing, one more miracle, Sherlock, for me, don’t be… dead.”
Every Sherlock fan cringed as they watched in horror the terrible jump from St. Bartholomew’s hospital in last season’s finale. It was an emotional roller coaster as the scenes cut to a saddened and reluctant Dr. Watson standing in front of Holmes’ grave.
But alas, the scene ended with a pan to the left revealing Holmes to be alive and a million viewers pounding their heads, not believing what happened right before their very eyes. How did this genius of a detective defy the laws of physics or better yet concoct a plan to fake his own death?
A year has gone by since the finale and the crowds and fandoms are still salivating for answers and more Benedict Cumberbatch. Rumors on the set have been scarce and the great Steven Moffat remained tight-lipped. Until now. Images of onset production have been picked up from various Twitter accounts of the Sherlock crew:
These photos, along with many more, have begun a series of speculation and excitement. Hypable.com, an online entertainment news website, reports that Steven Moffat, creator of Sherlock and Doctor Who, says rat, wedding, and bow are the key words for season three. Hypable.com has been known for citing and alerting readers on the latest news from other noteworthy entertainment websites with a staff that is hand picked for their gramatical skills and knack at telling stories.
If you haven’t jumped on the bandwagon for this incredible show then you are missing out! Sherlock is an iconic character that has been transformed throughout the centuries since his creation in 1887. He is a know-it-all consulting detective who takes on cases suggested by people or the police while living on 221b Baker st. Now, this beloved protagonist has been given a fresh and modern facelift that is both equally amusing and suspenseful taking place in modern day London.
All of the analytical tactics and habits of Sherlock has been modernized with the way they are made into words that pop out on screen. Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman are a terrific dynamic duo and bring that brotherly love Watson and Holmes are known for. Personally, I love their bromance and all of the quirky and eccentric people they encounter on their cases. What makes this show unique and stands out from the rest of the adaptations are how and what the actors deliver to their roles. Especially the notorious Moriarty.
Those who have read the stories can probably guess what case Holmes is sure to take on next. And for those who haven’t, sit tight and keep that screaming fangirl at bay since shooting for this show begins in March/April and the premiere date is slated for early 2014, according to EW. The game is afoot and is sure to not disappoint!