The script for the fifth season - "Sherlock"

Steven Moffat doesn't mind writing...

Jan 6, 2023 - 09:15
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The script for the fifth season - "Sherlock"

Steven Moffat, co-creator of the Emmy-winning series "Sherlock," has stated that if stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman commit to returning, he will begin writing the script for a fifth season.

Moffat, 61, told the BBC's Today program on Monday that he would "start writing tomorrow" if the actors who played Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson in the show agreed to another season.

"They're on to bigger and better things, but, Martin and Benedict, 'Please come back?'" Moffat said, according to Deadline.

The London-set series aired for four seasons between 2010 and 2017, starring the late Una Stubbs as Mrs. Hudson, Rupert Graves as Lestrade, and Louise Briley as Molly Hooper.

Following the conclusion of Sherlock, both were seen in high-profile ventures in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Cumberbatch playing "Doctor Strange" and Martin as Everett K. Ross in the "Black Panther" films.

Moffat was promoting his West End play The Unfriend at the time of the interview, and he and his co-stars had "just started talking about" a second season of his smash BBC/Netflix drama Inside Man.

Moffat claimed that the series, starring Stanley Tucci and David Tennant, "performed rather well" in the "enthusiastic head-nodding charts" that gauge public approval.

The series, which stars Tucci as a convicted murderer who solves murders from prison, began slowly on Netflix until surpassing five million viewers, according to the agency.

"It's about the amazing difficulty of presenting tough issues," Moffat said of his new play, in which Sherlock actor Amanda Abington portrays.

Netflix is ​​without its most-watched series.

"Wednesday," one of Netflix's most-watched and popular series, may be on its way out. This spin-off of the iconic film "Adams Family" received very great reviews, and the actress who plays Wednesday Addams, Jenna Ortega, was also pleased, but fans may not be able to wait for the upcoming season on Netflix.

As previously reported, Amazon and the MGM studio have combined, and because MGM produces the "Wednesday" series, the new season may land on the Amazon Prime streaming service. No decision has been taken, and no official announcements have been made, but the second season may end up on Amazon Prime.

"Wednesday" even lasted two weeks at the top of the global ratings, and Jenna Ortega was nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance.

Post by Bryan C.