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The writers said that Freeman's casting developed the way in which Cumberbatch played Holmes. Martin finds a sort of poetry in the ordinary man.
I love the fastidious realism of everything he does. Rupert Graves was cast as DI Greg Lestrade. The writers referred to the character as "Inspector Lestrade" during development until Gatiss realised that in contemporary England the character would have the title "Detective Inspector".
Moffat and Gatiss pointed out that Lestrade does not appear often in the stories and is quite inconsistently portrayed in them. They decided to go with the version that appeared in " The Adventure of the Six Napoleons ": a man who is frustrated by Holmes but admires him, and whom Holmes considers as the best person at Scotland Yard.
Andrew Scott made his first appearance as Jim Moriarty in "The Great Game". Moffat said, "We knew what we wanted to do with Moriarty from the very beginning.
Moriarty is usually a rather dull, rather posh villain so we thought someone who was genuinely properly frightening. Someone who's an absolute psycho.
We had to do a version of the scene in ' The Final Problem ' in which the two archenemies meet each other. The remainder of the regular cast includes Una Stubbs who has known Cumberbatch since he was four years old, as she had worked with his mother Wanda Ventham  as Mrs.
Hudson and co-creator Mark Gatiss as Mycroft Holmes. Amanda Abbington , Freeman's then-real life partner, plays Mary Morstan , Watson's girlfriend and eventual wife.
In Series 3, Wanda Ventham and Timothy Carlton , Cumberbatch's actual parents, are introduced as Sherlock and Mycroft's parents.
Guest appearances included Phil Davis as Jefferson Hope,  Paul Chequer as DI Dimmock,  Zoe Telford as Sarah,  Gemma Chan as Soo Lin Yao,  John Sessions as Kenny Prince,  Haydn Gwynne as Miss Wenceslas,  Deborah Moore  as one of Moriarty's victims and Peter Davison as the voice-over in the planetarium.
The first episode of series 3 featured Derren Brown. The show was produced by Hartswood Films for BBC Wales, while BBC Worldwide also provided co-production funding.
Paul McGuigan directed the first and third episodes and Euros Lyn directed the second. Gatiss says that they wanted to "fetishise modern London in the way that the period versions fetishise Victorian London".
Production of the first two series was based at Upper Boat Studios , where Doctor Who had been produced. He would not, she says, live somewhere "too suburban" or "too modern".
Speedy's, the sandwich shop below the flat used as Holmes's residence, reported a sharp rise in new customers who recognised it from the show.
Costumes for the pilot were designed by BAFTA Cymru award-winning costume designer Ray Holman. I also went for slim-cut shirts and a sweeping coat for all the action scenes—it looks great against the London skyline.
The writers say that they did not want to force modernity onto the story. Gatiss and Moffat reflect that in the modern world the door would only display the number of the house, and there would be doorbells for each flat.
The full house number is so iconic that they felt unable to change it. Director Paul McGuigan came up with the idea of putting text messages on the screen instead of having cut-away shots of a hand holding the phone.
The producers found it difficult to coordinate the schedules of the principal players and Moffat and Gatiss for a second series. Cumberbatch and Freeman both worked on the film The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey , and Moffat continued as Doctor Who ' s showrunner and head writer.
In response to the time pressure, The Guardian asserted, the series "features reworkings of three of Conan Doyle's most recognised tales".
The theme and incidental music were composed by David Arnold and Michael Price. Four series, each consisting of three episodes, have been produced.
The first series was initially broadcast in July and August on the BBC, later premiering on Public Broadcasting Service PBS in the United States in October The series has been sold to territories.
The first episode, " A Study in Pink ", loosely based upon the first Sherlock Holmes novel A Study in Scarlet , was written by Moffat and directed by Paul McGuigan.
The story depicts the introduction of Sherlock to John, and them entering a flatshare at Baker Street in London, and then their investigation into a series of deaths, initially believed to be suicides.
Mycroft Holmes, Sherlock's older brother, played by Mark Gatiss , also appears for the first time. The episode was first broadcast simultaneously on BBC One and BBC HD on 25 July The second episode, " The Blind Banker ", was first broadcast on 1 August Written by Stephen Thompson and directed by Euros Lyn, the episode depicts Holmes being hired by an old university acquaintance to investigate a mysterious break-in at a bank in the City of London.
The first series concluded with " The Great Game ", first broadcast on 8 August The episode introduces the character of archenemy James Moriarty played by Andrew Scott to the series, who sets Holmes deadlines to solve a series of apparently unrelated cases.
Written by Mark Gatiss and directed by McGuigan, "The Great Game" ends with a cliffhanger in which Sherlock and Moriarty reach a standoff involving a bomb attached to a vest removed moments earlier from Watson.
After the high ratings for "A Study in Pink", the BBC was reportedly eager to produce more episodes. You can't just go back to: 'You have no emotions.
Loosely based on "A Scandal in Bohemia", the episode depicts Holmes's quest to retrieve compromising photos of a minor royal held on the camera phone of Irene Adler Lara Pulver , a ruthless and brilliant dominatrix who also trades in classified information extracted from her rich and powerful clients.
Mark Gatiss wrote " The Hounds of Baskerville ", which investigates the strange activities at a military base. Aware that The Hound of the Baskervilles , first published in , was one of the most famous of Conan Doyle's original stories, Gatiss felt a greater responsibility to include familiar elements of the story than he does when adapting the lesser-known stories.
Directed by McGuigan, the episode was first broadcast on 8 January The second series concluded with " The Reichenbach Fall ". Steve Thompson wrote the episode, which was directed by Toby Haynes, who had previously directed many of Moffat's Doctor Who episodes.
First broadcast on 15 January , the episode follows Moriarty's plot to discredit and kill Sherlock Holmes, concluding with Holmes appearing to die by suicide.
Moffat felt that he and co-creator Gatiss had outdone Conan Doyle in their version of Holmes's fall and Moffat added that, in that much-discussed sequence, there was still "a clue everybody's missed".
BBC One premiered a seven-minute Sherlock mini-episode over the Christmas period entitled " Many Happy Returns ". The episode is available via BBC iPlayer , BBC Red Button service, and BBC's YouTube channel,  and acts as a prequel to the third series.
The synopsis for the episode reads "Sherlock has been gone for two years. But someone isn't quite convinced that he's dead.
He had a long-standing mistrust of Sherlock, yet is now one of the few people who believes Sherlock is alive, and throughout the episode is trying to convince Lestrade.
Anderson tracks him via various mysterious events from Tibet to New Delhi to Germany in which he seems to be involved and points out that the incidents are getting progressively closer to London.
After the end of the final episode of the second series, Moffat and Gatiss both announced on Twitter that a third series had been commissioned at the same time as series two,  and a part of the resolution to "The Reichenbach Fall" was filmed concurrently with series two.
Inspired by " The Adventure of the Empty House " by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle , the episode follows Sherlock Holmes's return to London and reunion with John Watson, and their subsequent solving of an underground terrorist network.
The episode achieved an official rating of In " The Sign of Three ", written by Stephen Thompson, Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat ,  Watson and Mary Morstan  get married.
The episode takes place during the wedding reception and the story is told through flashbacks. The episode title is inspired by The Sign of the Four  and was first broadcast on 5 January The final episode " His Last Vow " was first broadcast on 12 January , on BBC One , and written by Steven Moffat, directed by Nick Hurran and is based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's " The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton ".
This case leads Sherlock into conflict with Charles Augustus Magnussen Lars Mikkelsen , a "terrifying" villain who was introduced as an unnamed villain in episode one.
Mary Morstan and Sherlock Holmes both break into Magnussen's office, where, having surprised each other, Mary shoots Sherlock.
Later, Holmes deduces that Mary was formerly a secret agent , and reveals this to Watson. Holmes and Watson try to get Magnussen arrested, but their attempt fails, and Holmes shoots Magnussen to stop him from blackmailing Mary Watson.
Mycroft arranges that Sherlock will be exiled from the United Kingdom instead of being tried for murder. As Sherlock's plane takes off, every video screen in London broadcasts the image of Moriarty, and Sherlock is recalled to deal with the crisis associated with Moriarty's potential return.
The third series aired in the United States on PBS over a period of three weeks, airing late January to early February On 2 July , it was announced there would be a special episode broadcast between the third and fourth series.
Filming began on 5 January and wrapped on 10 February We wouldn't have done the story we're doing, and the way we're doing it, if we didn't have this special.
It's not part of the run of three episodes. So we had this to do it … It's kind of in its own little bubble.
In October , the title of the episode was announced. By October , a fourth series was commissioned, with scripts planned. In January , Moffat stated that a fifth series had been plotted by himself and Gatiss;  however, by the release of the fourth series in January , they had not yet decided whether to produce it.
The show has received critical acclaim, sustaining positive reviews across its first three series. However, its fourth series received mixed reviews.
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The BFI released a Region 2 collection of the Wilmer episodes on 30 March The set includes all surviving episodes and reconstructions of the incomplete episodes, as well as five audio commentaries, an interview with Wilmer, an illustrated booklet, and other special features.
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