Wowee, I love these short, weird teasers that are basically a photograph, because you can read so much into them.
In a recent interview with GQ UK, Benedict Cumberbatch implied that Season 4 of Sherlock might be the last. It’s not surprising, but it’s a damn shame.
Sherlock doesn’t return to PBS until 2017—sigh—but we’ve finally been blessed with our first teaser trailer for its fourth season. And judging from these 90 seconds, the outlook is bleak.
Hello lovelies! We’ve all made it through another week, and, as a reward for our toil, we have a (relatively) new trailer for the Sherlock Christmas special at our disposal. This means Benedict Cumberbatch in Victorian attire. This means GODDAMN.
He used to be so cool and unpredictable. He would breeze into a complicated situation and make it simple through the razor-sharp power of his intellect. But lately, he’s gotten dull, performing the same party trick over and over. The “smartest man in the room” is overexposed lately, and he needs a vacation.
The BBC tried to give fans of the show Sherlock and early holiday present but unfortunately something went delightfully wrong.
Delete all your Johnlock fanfic and take to your bed, because Benedict Cumberbatch is engaged to somebody who isn't you. Queen Victoria wore black for decades after she lost Albert so I'm pretty sure it's OK to deck yourself out in some sort of veil situation for the rest of the week.
Tumblr sex symbol Benedict Cumberbatch recently sat down for a little chat with Elle UK. Among the topics discussed: whether Sherlock would any good between the sheets. (Or on top of the sheets. Lady's choice.) Cumberbatch's position is that yes, Sherlock would fuck your damn brains out.
There are three key facts a person must know about Benedict Cumberbatch: He is an actor, he loves Kangol hats and practically the entire internet invites him to GET IT.
Here is my boyfriend Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock doing Frozen's "Let It Go" in amazing gif format. You are so very, very welcome.
HOLY. CRAP. Attention Cumberbitches and fans of the BBC's most attractively-cast television series of all time! The very first (and only official) Sherlock convention is finally landing on our shores. I know, I know… just try to keep it together, alright!
Oh look, it's Benedict Cumberbatch on the cover of T, the New York Times style magazine. Standing next to a window. Thinking of you.
Here we go again. Amanda Abbington, who just joined Sherlock as Mary, says she was targeted with online death threats just for having the audacity to portray a character someone else wrote. OMG THE NERVE OF THAT WOMAN.
The U.S. only just got the season three premiere of Sherlock, but across the pond they just watched the finale. But some fans are pissed, because the modern update cut a major female character clear out of the storyline. MAJOR SPOILERS, my dear Watson.
Just in time for tonight's U.S. premiere on PBS (ARE YOU FREAKING OUT YET???), we now have these awesomely hilarious pics of Benedict Cumberbatch falling into just about anything and everything you could possibly ever imagine and then some.
Extry extry! Breaking news from the East! Women in China really love their Sherlock slash fic. As do plenty of women in the U.S., England, France, Mexico, Brazil, South Africa or pretty much anywhere else on the planet where people are able to watch the show. SHOCKING! It looks like women's sexuality is more complex…
Let's all speculate irrationally and draw a bunch of insane conclusions and make a fuckton of gifs about this random comment from Steven Moffat about possibly putting The Doctor on Sherlock!
Santa came a little early this year and plopped an all-new mini-episode of Sherlock on the Internet to tide us over until the U.S.'s January 19th premiere of the third season on PBS.
OMG YOU GUISE.