The person who showcased the esteemed Sherlock Homes according to the present time on PBS as “Sherlock” is repenting for sending the man back to the Victorian times. When we get to see Mr.Holmes again on January 1, he will be wearing his trademark waistcoat and top hat along with bowler and sporting a handlebar moustache.
According to The Spec, Steven Moffat, along with Mark Gattis, who is the co-writer decided to come out with the change simple because they were able to. Moffat mentions that he and Gattis are having a fun day as Gattis is also working for a second shoot which is about some evil monks.
During the talks, the two came out with an idea as to whether it is possible they can get to make the sequel based on the Victorian era and as they were thinking about it, they asked themselves a question, “why not just go ahead and implement this thought?”
They reasoned that they were never made to explain as to why they are doing Sherlock Holmes in the modern era, so they expected that no one will ask them, if they do the same thing in the Victorian era.
According to The Miami Herald, the three episodes that they have come out got a massive success and they expect that their new idea will also be a record breaking one. The fourth episode will definitely be different from all the previous episodes.
Moffat and Gattis are ready with their preparation and their special episode of 90 minutes called “The Abominable Bride” can be seen on January 1 and the repeat telecast will be on January 10. The mysteries of Sherlock Holmes have always been interesting and the new episode will definitely be interesting.
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