“Sherlock” Christmas Special Standalone Story Trailer Is Here

By Sohini Biswas | 2 years ago
“Sherlock” Christmas Special Standalone Story Trailer Is Here

Here’s a sneak peek to BBC’s new “Sherlock” Christmas special standalone story. Read on for more details.

According to comicbook.com, BBC has unveiled a brand new exhilarating trailer, displaying their forthcoming Autumn/Winter lineup, which incorporates a handful of new scrap of footage from the upcoming “Sherlock” show.

Though we don’t know much about the plot, but the new anticipated “Sherlock” show will be a standalone  story, set in Victorian London, different from the former three seasons.

After a very uncanny montage of contemplative tempo and manifesto from some of our beloved characters presenting Anne-Marie Duff, Doctor Who and eminent Sherlock Holmes smoking a pipe and telling us, “From the beginning then!” the drama starts. After 30 seconds, Holmes and his faithful friend Dr. Watson portrayed by Martin Freeman gets out of a horse-pulled carriage.

Unreality TV points out the comeback of David Attenborough telling us. “This is one of the greatest; and most splendid natural treasures that the world possess,” while he presents the Great Barrier Reef, while Luther proclaims that we might have heard certain things about him which perhaps be correct.

Co- developer Steven Moffat revealed he created the one-off episode because, “we wanted to see them do in the proper outift just once,” – reports Metro.

As the fourth season drops in after a long gap from the previous three seasons, fans have been waiting for something new in the upcoming series. But this time BBC’s new “Sherlock” trailer has offered a disminutive clip, that really doesn’t give away anything much.

Watch the trailer below

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Sohini is a writer by profession and painter by birth. She is also a bookworm and is involved in various gender empowerment activities. When she’s not playing with words, she is most likely busy painting or sculpting her imagery.