BBC’s “Sherlock” Season 3 was a success that it made Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman huge stars! Sherlock fans are anticipating the next season premiere but they will just have to wait just a bit longer since they have to coordinate their busy schedules and most likely it will take two years for them to film the next season (BBC’s “Sherlock” Season 4). They are also focusing on quality for this next season so it might take awhile since you can’t sacrifice quality. “Sherlock” star Martin Freeman divulged that there’s a possibility they could return with a special episode before the start of Season 4. Read on for MNG’s “Sherlock” Season 4 spoilers.
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According to Mirror, “Sherlock” writer Mark Gatiss, has confirmed the sad news that fans of the show will have to wait for two years to watch “Sherlock” Season 4.
“Writing three films is quite a lot of work and then getting everyone together… [it’s] increasingly difficult to get everyone’s diaries to align, so we couldn’t really do more than three every couple of years I’m afraid,” said Gatiss to a fan during a Q&A session in Brazil, as published in the Mirror report.
“I mean, we’d certainly like to reduce the time, but by the time we’ve finished and then everyone starts gearing up again, it roughly takes that long,” he added.
Meanwhile, in a report from Vulture, “Sherlock” executive producer Steven Moffat has said that Molly’s (Louise Brealey) role will have a breakthrough in Season 4.