Mark Gatiss

‘Sherlock’ may never return to our screens, according to the show’s co-creator Mark Gatiss. The screenwriter made the admission
‘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
This series of ‘Sherlock’ has had its share of critics complaining about the whacky twists and turns that have befallen the
Although ‘Sherlock’s adventures during Sunday night’s Season 4 finale seemed very, very final, it appears he COULD still
When ’Sherlock’ Series 4 debuted this weekend, tucked in between all the hype and the hurrahs, there were some lone but loud
So our contemporary Sherlock has swapped his magnifying glass for a mobile. But as co-creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss point out, this smartphone-savvy approach is not out of keeping with Arthur Conan Doyle's original creation. Holmes has always been technologically adept.
Benedict Cumberbatch has made an unexpected ‘Sherlock’ admission, revealing that he was initially unsure when the show’s
Mark Gatiss also pens 'Sherlock', in which he stars as Mycroft Holmes alongside Benedict Cumberbatch He also points out that
'Sherlock' fans - don't hold your breath. That's the message being given by Martin Freeman, who plays John Watson, alongside
'Sherlock' may have made him a star (and reluctant sex symbol) the world over, but Benedict Cumberbatch has revealed why
It's fair to say I've found a new love of the theatre, and modern tech means that people can experience the west end from hundreds of locations around the world. This is truly exciting. Not only that, but I think I am a Shakespeare convert.
I LOVE Sherlock. The energy, the sense of humour, the casting, the writing, that coat - seasons one and two have been my happy place on many an idle evening and nursed me through more than one sick day. So, like about 98% of the internet, I was waiting with bated breath for series three. And you know what? It was rubbish. Sorry, but it was.
'Sherlock' started this almighty episode on the back foot, discovered by Watson "under cover" in a drug den, smacked by an
'Sherlock' may be dividing viewers, but his contemporary creator says critics are wrong, AND he'll be back for a fourth series