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(Deadline)   Attention, Londoners: the producers of Sherlock would like you to stop spoiling all the secrets of its on-location shootings   (deadline.com) divider line 26
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2013-04-10 11:44:48 AM
Why don't they shoot in Southern California? A la Monterrey.
 
2013-04-10 12:16:03 PM
`Sherlock" is coming back? I just sprouted a boner wearing a deer-stalker hat!
 
2013-04-10 12:32:25 PM

oldfarthenry: `Sherlock" is coming back?


Yeah, but I don't think it's supposed to air until late fall on BBC (does that mean a little later over here, or do they air at the same time as they do in England?).  Speculation seems to be that this season will be the last--which I hope is not true--but given that both Cumberbatch and Freeman have a whole lot of other big-time role options these days, it seems logical.
 
2013-04-10 12:36:47 PM
They'd have a better chance at convincing Pat Robertson to convert to Islam. That said, it's fairly easy to avoid spoilers.
 
2013-04-10 12:46:33 PM
How can there be a series 3 when we all saw him die!
 
2013-04-10 01:01:31 PM

Cyberluddite: oldfarthenry: `Sherlock" is coming back?

Yeah, but I don't think it's supposed to air until late fall on BBC (does that mean a little later over here, or do they air at the same time as they do in England?).  Speculation seems to be that this season will be the last--which I hope is not true--but given that both Cumberbatch and Freeman have a whole lot of other big-time role options these days, it seems logical.


Cumberbatch himself has confirmed that he and Martin Freeman have signed on for at least one more season after this.
 
2013-04-10 01:13:43 PM

nharrisphoto: Cyberluddite: oldfarthenry: `Sherlock" is coming back?

Yeah, but I don't think it's supposed to air until late fall on BBC (does that mean a little later over here, or do they air at the same time as they do in England?).  Speculation seems to be that this season will be the last--which I hope is not true--but given that both Cumberbatch and Freeman have a whole lot of other big-time role options these days, it seems logical.

Cumberbatch himself has confirmed that he and Martin Freeman have signed on for at least one more season after this.


If not, there's always that craptacular American version with some guy I don't know and that asian actress.
 
2013-04-10 01:20:39 PM
attention producers of Sherlock: tough shiat
 
2013-04-10 02:04:12 PM

WhippingBoy: f not, there's always that craptacular American version with some guy I don't know and that asian actress.


The American version is OK.

Sherlock series 1 episode 2 was terrible
 
2013-04-10 02:07:25 PM
Crewmannumber6:  attention producers of Sherlock: tough shiat

No.  I love this show.  So if there are people interfering with its production, I want them taken to a back alley, beaten repeatedly about the head and body, then toss into the Thames.

/Joking, of course.
//sorta.
 
2013-04-10 02:50:29 PM

Cyberluddite: oldfarthenry: `Sherlock" is coming back?

Yeah, but I don't think it's supposed to air until late fall on BBC (does that mean a little later over here, or do they air at the same time as they do in England?).  Speculation seems to be that this season will be the last--which I hope is not true--but given that both Cumberbatch and Freeman have a whole lot of other big-time role options these days, it seems logical.


Might not be back until 2014 'Sherlock' Season 3 Start Date Pushed Back; May Not Premiere Until 2014 Sadly, this isn't the only site that claims a 2014 release of Season 3.

/God, I hope they're wrong.
//Love this show.
 
2013-04-10 03:12:47 PM

nharrisphoto: Cumberbatch himself has confirmed that he and Martin Freeman have signed on for at least one more season after this.


Really?  That's great.  I watch very little TV so there very, very few shows I give a flying fark about, but I think this is an incredibly well done series and I really enjoy it.

I would've never even seen this show in the first place if I hadn't been introduced to it by my 14-year-old daughter, to her credit, who loves it and thought that I might like it too.  I don't quite see what she sees in Dr. Who, her other favorite show (I mean, I think it's pretty decent and I don't mind watching it, but it's not really my cup of tea), but I think I like Sherlock even more than she does, and she likes it a lot.
 
2013-04-10 03:20:01 PM

Crewmannumber6: attention producers of Sherlock: tough No shiat


FTFY.  And I will be seriously disappointed if, at some point during the run of this show, the John Watson character doesn't answer something Holmes asks him by responding "No shiat, Sherlock."
 
2013-04-10 03:22:19 PM

Broktun: WhippingBoy: f not, there's always that craptacular American version with some guy I don't know and that asian actress.

The American version is OK.

Sherlock series 1 episode and 2 were terrible


FTFY.  And don't worry, fans, as if you see them filming on location, it won't give you any spoilers, as series 2 indicates they'll just make shiat up anyway!
 
2013-04-10 06:50:03 PM

browneye: Crewmannumber6:  attention producers of Sherlock: tough shiat

No.  I love this show.  So if there are people interfering with its production, I want them taken to a back alley, beaten repeatedly about the head and body, then toss into the Thames.

/Joking, of course.
//sorta.


not joking
 
2013-04-10 07:23:56 PM

Broktun: WhippingBoy: f not, there's always that craptacular American version with some guy I don't know and that asian actress.

The American version is OK.

Sherlock series 1 episode 2 was terrible


For Sherlock, sure; compared to almost all other television, it was a masterpiece.
 
2013-04-10 09:03:59 PM

Broktun: WhippingBoy: f not, there's always that craptacular American version with some guy I don't know and that asian actress.

The American version is OK.

Sherlock series 1 episode 2 was terrible


Yeah, I laughed my a$$ off when they were in the sewer with that huge bolt thing- I turned to my husband and said "okay, they dragged that thing all the way down there just to threaten them when they could have easily threatened them with a gun?"

That said, the second series was awesome.

Also, there's a very easy way to avoid sherlock spoilers- stop looking at Sherlock stuff on social media.  Easy.
 
2013-04-10 10:19:17 PM

Cyberluddite: Speculation seems to be that this season will be the last


No, Moffat already announced they're all signed for series four.

And he and Cumberbatch has also said they see it as one of those series that they all come back to when time allows; the BBC doesn't demand a new series of a show ever year; some things have gone a decade or more without new episodes.
 
2013-04-11 03:17:32 AM
Why, are they going to reveal the secrets to both the episodes in next 'season' ?

/Seriously ... I know you brits aren't capable of doing 26, like a 1960s show like 'star trek', or even a welsh production like 'Doctor who' that does 12-14 plus a Christmas special .... but seriously ... two or three episodes a 'season' ? Fark you, DIAF, get a real farking job.
 
2013-04-11 03:18:10 AM

Dwight_Yeast: And he and Cumberbatch has also said they see it as one of those series that they all come back to when time allows; the BBC doesn't demand a new series of a show ever year; some things have gone a decade or more without new episodes.


like 'red dwarf' ?
 
2013-04-11 04:59:45 AM

Cyberluddite: does that mean a little later over here, or do they air at the same time as they do in England?)


They have this thing called "the internet" with which you can access things like TV shows whenever you please.  Amazing stuff.  Apparently, when a production company tries to make other countries wait for specific programming, that programming can be found much sooner than the planned air date.  It's all magic.

That's not me trying to be an ass, that's me wondering what the fark is up with TV stations and the like actually trying to release programming at a later date and expecting to make any money off of the program.  Maybe if people buy DVDs or toys or something, but that's got to really harm the advertising revenues.  There is a right way and a wrong way to do this sort of thing now a days.  You can still make lots of money doing it the right way.
 
2013-04-11 07:16:50 AM
Protip: If you want your locations kept secret, don't put the production name on your parking passes.
 
2013-04-11 08:32:08 AM

Cyberluddite: oldfarthenry: `Sherlock" is coming back?

Yeah, but I don't think it's supposed to air until late fall on BBC (does that mean a little later over here, or do they air at the same time as they do in England?).  Speculation seems to be that this season will be the last--which I hope is not true--but given that both Cumberbatch and Freeman have a whole lot of other big-time role options these days, it seems logical.


They've signed for a 4th season (Cumberbatch and Freeman), there's just no timetable for when it will happen (they are both becoming extremely sought after for films, etc.)
 
2013-04-11 09:01:26 AM

rubi_con_man: like 'red dwarf' ?


I was thinking Vicar of Dibley and Ab Fab, but same difference.

Soulcatcher: They've signed for a 4th season (Cumberbatch and Freeman), there's just no timetable for when it will happen (they are both becoming extremely sought after for films, etc.)


Moffat as well.  Sherlock started as something for him to do between series of Doctor Who, because he's a workaholic.  He's now so in demand as a screenwriter in Hollywood that he has to put off better-paying work now to work on it.
 
2013-04-11 02:19:59 PM

Dwight_Yeast: rubi_con_man: like 'red dwarf' ?

I was thinking Vicar of Dibley and Ab Fab, but same difference.

Soulcatcher: They've signed for a 4th season (Cumberbatch and Freeman), there's just no timetable for when it will happen (they are both becoming extremely sought after for films, etc.)

Moffat as well.  Sherlock started as something for him to do between series of Doctor Who, because he's a workaholic.  He's now so in demand as a screenwriter in Hollywood that he has to put off better-paying work now to work on it.


He did say in an interview though that Sherlock and Dr. Who are his dream projects- I'm sure he'll do them as long as he can.  I don't know how much longer Sherlock will last, but I'd love at least a couple more seasons of it, even if I have to wait most of my adult life for them.  It's truly better written, acted and produced than most tv shows AND movies out there.

/not a fangirl, just like good shows
 
2013-04-11 02:34:11 PM

nharrisphoto: Cyberluddite: oldfarthenry: `Sherlock" is coming back?

Yeah, but I don't think it's supposed to air until late fall on BBC (does that mean a little later over here, or do they air at the same time as they do in England?).  Speculation seems to be that this season will be the last--which I hope is not true--but given that both Cumberbatch and Freeman have a whole lot of other big-time role options these days, it seems logical.

Cumberbatch himself has confirmed that he and Martin Freeman have signed on for at least one more season after this.


That's a relief. I really enjoy that show. It's one of the best-done takes on the Sherlock Holmes canon that I've seen.
 
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