Although Sherlock is back, the first episode left the one question still unanswered: How did he do it?
From a love affair between Sherlock and Moriarty to a full-staged suicide scene with dozens of players, the show featured a whole series of plausible – although possibly ludicrous – scenarios of how Sherlock faked his death and scared the dickens out of Mrs. Hudson upon his return.
Of course the fact remains that regardless of how he did it, Sherlock himself is back in action!
Here’s the primetime broadcast information and details for the remaining episodes:
Sherlock: The Sign of Three
Holmes faces a daunting challenge: delivering the best man’s speech on Watson’s wedding day. He also tackles another task: trying to stop a killer who may be stalking the wedding reception.
Sunday, Jan. 26, at 10pm on CET and ThinkTV16
Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 8pm on CET Arts
Friday, Jan. 31, at 9pm on ThinkTV16
Sherlock: His Last Vow
In the season three finale, a case of stolen letters leads Holmes into conflict with a master blackmailer who knows the personal weaknesses of every important person in the Western world.
Sunday, Feb. 2, at 10pm on CET and ThinkTV16
Wednesday, Feb. 5, at 8pm on CET Arts
Friday, Feb. 7, at 9pm on ThinkTV16
Of course you can also stream Sherlock online On Demand here once each episode has aired: http://video.thinktv.org/search/?q=sherlock+season+3.
The Masterpiece Mystery! Sherlock website is full of cool videos, twitter event details, behind-the-scenes glimpses and more. Take a look: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/masterpiece/sherlock/.
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