Co-created by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat
Inspired by the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Originally produced for television in 2010
Special features: commentaries (episodes 1& 3) ; pilot episode; "Unlocking Sherlock" (the making of Sherlock)
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Violence: People punch and hit and strangle other people. Blood is seen occasionally. Not gory; it's more thrilling than frightening.
Coarse Language: There is exactly one swear word in this series. "Stupid" and "Idiot" are used more frequently.
Violence: Not as much violence, but it's a crime show after all, so there are dead bodies.
Coarse Language: A bit of language but nothing too much.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Very intense
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Sherlock Holmes (to Watson, Lestrade, & Anderson, who are collectively dumbfounded after Holmes' rapid-fire systematic mystery explanation): "Look at you lot -- you're all so vacant. Is it nice not being me? It must be so relaxing."
My favourite new tv series!! Can't wait for the next 2 seasons.
John: (After Sherlock's explanation-monologue.) Fantastic! Sherlock: Meretricious. Lestrade: And a Happy New Year(!)
Dr. John Watson: Why didn't I think of that. Sherlock Holmes: Cause you're an idiot. No no no, don't be like that, practically everyone is.
Sherlock : shut up. Lestrade: i didn't say anything . Sherlock : you were thinking .
"I love the brilliant ones. Always desperate to be caught." -Sherlock Holmes
SHERLOCK:Anderson shutup you lower the IQ of the hole street
Sherlock: Brilliant! Yes! Four serial suicides and now a note? Oh, it's Christmas!
sherlock: Look at me im in shock i got a blanket.