‘Sherlock’ creator Mark Gatiss has got some bad news for fans of the show, as he’s admitted that there might not be any more episodes of the programme.
The ‘Sherlock’ cast and crew have previously been very noncommittal when asked about when they’ll be working together again, and the showrunner has how revealed that he can’t guarantee more episodes will be made.
According to The Sun, he once again cited the fact the show’s lead stars are rather busy as one of the reasons for why, and the paper quotes him as saying: “I honestly don’t know if there will be any more. It’s incredibly difficult to get Benedict [Cumberbatch] and Martin’s [Freeman] diaries to align.
Speaking of what it was like filming that explosive, final episode, he added: “The last day tends to be an odd day—it’s never quite as you imagine it.
Despite the fact just four seasons have been made, ‘Sherlock’ has actually be on our screens since 2010, and Sherlock Holmes was recently voted the best-loved BBC character of all-time, beating the Time Lord and John Luther.