For those of you who love the flicks from across the pond, BBC just released a shot of Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman as Sherlock and Dr. Watson - set in the correct time period of Sherlock Holmes.
The image shows the two in period correct clothing, the Victorian Era. The pair are not just co-stars for Sherlock, but have worked together as well on The Hobbit series by Peter Jackson, so their chemistry is laid on thick like peanut butter.
Steven Moffat, the mind behind both Sherlock and Doctor Who told BBC, "It's like we checked the books and discovered we'd set it in the wrong time period by mistake and it's like we're correcting it for 90 minutes."
— BBC One (@BBCOne) July 8, 2015
For rabid Sherlock/Who fans, this means there will be one special for 90 minutes, and then nothing again until 2017 when it comes to Sherlock, so catch it while you can.
For the rest of that time, Sherlock fans do what they do best. Wait.
Waiting for Sherlock seasons like pic.twitter.com/dCgvhfBHMx
— Steffi/ (@InjectOTP) January 16, 2015
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