Sherlock scheduled to go into production next week
Mar 11 2013 05:52 pm CET

Fans of the BBC adaptation of Sherlock received good news on Monday: the cast had a read-through of the first episode of the third series today and is expected to go into filming next week.

The modern-day version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's sleuth has been on hiatus for over a year. Both Benedict Cumberbatch ("Sherlock Holmes") and Martin Freeman ("John Watson") have been busy with their movie careers following the success of the first two series of the BBC program. The last episode aired in the UK January 2012 and in the US on PBS this past May.

There is still plenty of time to get caught up on the series (and you should) before the new episodes air. The six previous episodes are currently streaming on Netflix. The new episodes are slated to air on BBC One next winter and presumably on PBS in May 2014.

Source: Deadline

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