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Sherlock: Series 3

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20 January 2014
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Sherlock: Series 3


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With the question of how Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock survived his death-dive out of the way (answer: it doesn’t matter), we’re hurtled through a Tube crisis, a wedding and a stand-off with a master blackmailer. Though scant on actual crime, the show remains a televisual switchback, crammed with devious twists and delicious bons mots.


Reviewed by Nick de Semlyen


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'Reichenbach Fall' Back Into New Crime Scenes!

Series 3 welcomes back the Sherlock characters with loving (and slightly murderous) arms. In this series, you still don't know how Sherlock survived the fall (to the frustration of Tumblr) , but to keep your mind off this mystery you're thrown into all new crime scenes and the personal development of the characters while Sherlock was away. You see cases like 'The Mayfly Man' and possibly the toughest case of them all in The Sign of Three: The Best Man's Speech. The whole series (of 3 episodes) i... More

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With the question of how Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock survived his death-dive out of the way (answer: it doesn’t matter). this is right up there with it's all a dream in terms of imagination. ... More

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With the question of how Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock survived his death-dive out of the way (answer: it doesn’t matter). this is right up there with it's all a dream in terms of imagination. ... More

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