Trailer for Sherlock’s Christmas special


(From Daily Mail) Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman head to the Victorian era in the eerie new trailer for Sherlock’s Christmas special.

The stand-alone episode sees Sherlock and his sidekick Doctor Watson aiming to solve their next mystery in 19th century London, ahead of the fourth series.

According to Digital Spy, the festive episode will arrive in cinemas near its television transmission and is not connected to Sherlock’s modern-day series.

But the show will instead re-imagine the show’s beloved characters in the 1890s.

Co-showrunner Steven Moffat recently said that his decision to change the era of the programme was simply to see the characters in their traditional clothing.

He said: ‘We’ve got, I think you can safely say, the Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson of a generation – we want to see them do it in the proper outfits, just once.’

The episode will be shown close to Christmas day, although the exact date is still unknown.

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