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Sherlock Heads to Comic-Con

Source:   EW
July 3, 2013


It's been quite a long wait for fans of Steven Moffat's "Sherlock." The second series concluded in January of 2012 with a cliffhanger that now appears set to remain unresolved until the show finally comes back for a third series in 2014. The good news, however, is that EW has just confirmed that "Sherlock" will take the stage at this month's Comic-Con International San Diego.

Although stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman are not slated to appear, Moffat will be on stage along with his co-creator, executive producer and writer Mark Gatiss and producer Sue Vertue.

The series, which launched in 2010, is a modern day retelling of the adventures of Arthur Conan Doyle's classic detective with Cumberbatch playing the titular Holmes and Freeman his sidekick, Dr. John Watson. The series airs on BBC One in the UK and on PBS in the United States.

Stay tuned to our Comic-Con Section for more updates about the convention.


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