Has anyone seen this totally epic rendition of Sherlock Holmes called 'Sherlock'? It's a BBC production starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as Watson. It's set in modern day London and it is very believable. The puzzles are intriguing and when Sherlock notices something, the words would flash up on the screen discretely so you follow his thought process step by step, but he would actually tell you what he has deduced based on the clues so it's kinda fun because you subconsciously try putting them together yourself. This show is very refreshing and very polished. The writing is absolutely fabulous and when it was showing, it was better than anything else on TV.
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