So yes, Christmas is definitely going to get special for the contemporary adaptation of crime drama series “Sherlock” fans this year. The special segment of Christmas is titled as “The Abominable Bride” which is set in Victorian London. The showrunners of “Sherlock” Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss recently made revelations on the Christmas segment which will come on air on Jan. 1, 2016, supposedly within the Christmas long weekend. Read on to find out more about the upcoming episode of “Sherlock” titled as “The Abominable Bride” ahead.
According to BBC, the episode is featured in the era of 1985 and is focused on the case of Mrs Ricoletti’s ghost. Thomas Ricoletti is surprised to seeing his wife in her wedding dress as she is already dead. It is alleged that Mrs Ricoletti’s ghost has come back for revenge and there comes Sherlock in between.
Something unusual within the murder mystery strikes Sherlock. The story has been inspired by the original works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The episode will showcase Victorian era in the background along with how Sherlock the immensely popular detective figure solves the mystery. This will be entirely a single standalone episode of “Sherlock” featuring a single story at a stretch.
The episode is said to have a shocking revelation at the end, as Sherlock find the truth of Abominable Bride.
It is directed by Douglas Mackinnon in collaboration with showrunners Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss. “Sherlock” features Benedict Cumberbatch is starred as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as his close aid John Watson, along with Una Stubbs, Amanda Abbington and Rupert Graves in the supporting cast.
The episode is said to premiere on Jan. 1, 2016, on BBC.
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