Martin Freeman Reveals ‘Sherlock’ Not Returning Until 2015 Christmas Special | TV News
Martin Freeman has revealed that a 2015 date has been set to begin filming a Christmas special for the TV show Sherlock. Actors Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch have delayed the filming of the TV series due to their conflicting film schedules and throughout 2014, there has been speculation on when the pair would be able to continue filming the popular BBC show. The TV show Sherlock is based on the book by Scottish writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, following numerous TV shows and plays having been based on the writer’s books about the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. Cumberbatch stars as Holmes in the modern BBC version, setting the series in London as opposed to the Victorian times depicted in the book.
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