I don’t think I’m overstating it by saying that the BBC’s modern adaptation of Sherlock Holmes has been one of the television highlights of the year so far. It’s been a real treat, one might say. As the series ended on Sunday evening, with Holmes and Watson in an impossible […]
Welcome once again to Serialized Bites. A round-up of digestible news and tidbits from the world of serialized television that didn’t quite make our front page over the past few days. Today we have news from True Blood, The Walking Dead, Torchwood, V and FlashForward. Yes, FlashForward!
Tonight sees the final outing of the BBC’s three-part Sherlock Holmes adaptation. It’s been an adventure that has energized summer television and breathed new life into one of the worlds favorite detective stories. To say that the series caught me off-guard would be an understatement. I’ve had a peek at […]
One of the most inspired aspects of last Sunday’s excellent adaptation of Sherlock Holmes was the direction. It was modern, fun and perhaps most importantly, it supported the overall narrative. In an interview with Den of Geek, co-creator Steven Moffat gave his opinion on the “playfulness” of director Paul McGuigan’s […]
So you might have guessed that I really loved the first part of the Beeb’s Sherlock adaptation? Just a bit, maybe? Well, keeping on the topic of Sherlock, it appears that lead man Benedict Cumberbatch was offered the role of Doctor Who, but turned it down.
Don’t you just love it when a show takes you by the scruff of the neck and gives you much more than you ever thought possible? Maybe it’s just me then. But after watching “A Study In Pink” – the first part of the BBC’s Sherlock, I was blown away […]