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But the thing is, we do one-and-a-half-hour films, and if you really want to be pedantic, that’s nine half-hour episodes, so it’s not far off from a 12-episode series. I think it’s much better [to air three “movie” episodes] because as a viewer, I can, you know, the ones I obsess over, like “Mad Men” and then all the box sets and things, I catch up with and watch on demand. Yeah, well, maybe a TV date with the family on a Sunday night. [Laughs.] I’m sure there will be conversation over the controversy.
I could never — I don’t know anyone who can program their life around TV shows. That’s why I’ve always enjoyed doing anything shown on Sunday, because that’s when I would always sit down with my mum and dad and watch something that was a little bit risky or something that would have a continuing thing every weekend. It’s always slightly different being an adult, much more thrown up in the vagaries of social lives and work. But during that Q&A, which happened around the same time the first episode of Season 2 aired in England, there was so much talk about one particular risque scene. But the thing is, if it is getting that much focus, it would be wonderful.
Come on — we do series.” Although now they’re kicking themselves [for not picking up the show], but there you go.
Also Read: New ' Sherlock: The Abominable Bride' Trailer Gives Glimpse of Ghostly Newlywed (Video) Holmes did have a dog called Toby in the classic books by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, which was modeled on his own half spaniel, half lurcher.
And of course, there was another infamous dog featured in “The Hound of the Baskervilles.” The image comes on the heels of Cumberbatch receiving an Emmy nomination for “Sherlock: The Abominable Bride,” with the show getting a total of six Emmy nods on Thursday.
There’s no clues as to whether the crime-sniffing dog with replace Holmes’ other sidekick, Dr.
Watson, but it’s safe to assume not as Martin Freeman is returning to the cast.
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It’s come at a time as well when I’m very fortunate: I’m working at a time of mass unemployment and economic contraction, I want to say depression, not depression. [The acting pool is] a massive, massive population, and eight percent of us are working at any given time. [Laughs.] You were talking about the fears, weren’t you? I just think it’s great that someone is morally, finally, making a judgment on everything that’s happened with Murdoch and the Sun and all.