Source: Crazy Days and Nights
So the tenth anniversary has come and gone with no acknowledgement from the star.
Not saying he had to do something, but it would have been nice.
I’m not surprised though, he has made his views on his television fans clear for years.
Hope he’s very happy with his Oscar bait movies and his “opera director” wife.
Sherlock Holmes series
Wife: Sophie Hunter
‘Sherlock’ Debuted 10 Years Ago — Will There Be Another Season?
The case of Sherlock’s future? Not so elementary, dear Watson.
The BBC-PBS coproduction celebrates its 10th anniversary on July 25, but there aren’t many clues about when—or even if—the show will return for a fifth season.
Sherlock was a critical and commercial hit when it debuted in 2010, with reviewers calling the show “good, unpretentious fun” and “superior sleuth TV.” The series reimagines Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most famous character as a modern-day “consulting detective” (played by Benedict Cumberbatch), assisted by friend and flatmate Dr. John Watson (Martin Freeman), a Royal Army vet fresh from a tour of duty in Afghanistan.
The series—created by Doctor Who collaborators Steven Moffatt and Mark Gatiss—became the most-watched drama in the U.K. since 2001 when it returned for Season 3 in 2014, and that same season earned Emmys for both Cumberbatch and Freeman.
To date, four seasons of Sherlock have aired—plus one Victorian-themed special—but fans haven’t seen a new episode since 2017’s “The Final Problem,” which showed Sherlock embracing his emotional side, Watson processing his wife’s death and both men rebuilding their home base on Baker Street. – Source