Monday, April 11, 2011


Mark Gatiss on the new series of Sherlock and Doctor Who. 

Apparently what we have coming is: "a version of A Scandal in Bohemia, a version of The Hound of the Baskervilles and a version of The Final Problem." 

"[A]nd what Sherlock and John's relationship is a little further on. You can't just go back to: 'You have no emotions.' 'I don't care.' You've got to move on somewhere and make sure the other characters have something of a journey too." 



Berry said...

Uh, it's kind of impolite to leave spoilers out where anyone could wander on them. Some people are avoiding them, I think

Emily Veinglory: said...

What spoilers? All I am doing it flagging a Gatiss interview where he shares some very general teasers which will also be more than obvious from the names of the episodes and tv guide descriptions. I guess I didn' t consider them 'spoilers' any more than Gatiss did but if it is the general consensus that they are ...?

Cress said...

I don't think it's a spoiler to simply list the names of the cases, especially since Steve Moffat already said those things months ago. Besides, given how much they changed the already-adapted stories "Study in Scarlet", "Dancing Men", and "Bruce-Partington Plans" (and added bits of other stories), it's not really a good indicator of what will actually happen in the episodes.