‘Sherlock’ comes home to U.S. public television Oct. 24

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Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman in Sherlock (BBC)Sherlock, a witty and modern take on the crime novels of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle produced by the BBC, will make its American debut 9 p.m. Arizona time Oct. 24 on PBS’ Masterpiece Mystery!

The series, starring Benedict Cumberbatch (left in photo) as Holmes and Martin Freeman (The Office UK, right) as Dr. Watson, kicks off with the episode “A Study in Pink,” in which Holmes must unravel the murder of a woman dressed all in pink found dead in an abandoned building.

The following Sunday, Halloween, sees the duo investigating when a man is found dead in his locked apartment in “The Blind Banker.” Nov. 7 will see the great detective matching wits with a mad bomber in “The Great Game.”

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  • I believe Sherlock Holmes would have hated cell phones and their constant ringing intrusion into his thoughts, but apparently he uses on in this production. I will give the producers the benefit of the doubt until I have seen it.

  • I believe Sherlock Holmes would have hated cell phones and their constant ringing intrusion into his thoughts, but apparently he uses on in this production. I will give the producers the benefit of the doubt until I have seen it.

  • I love, love, love it!………with all the twist and turns of logic and science-reasoning. It leaves you wanting more, much more. I have now got my husband watching every Sunday night. At the end of each program he says is that all their is?…….I would highly recommend watching Sherlock on Masterpiece Mystery.

    I believe that Sherlock would have not only used Cell-Phone but maybe invented them. Sherlock was way ahead of his times with his quick obserrvations. The one ture fact is he doesn’t understand why others don’t see the same truths he does, “elementry my dear Watson”. I have enjoy Sherlock Holmes of all type: books, movies and tv programs.

  • I love, love, love it!………with all the twist and turns of logic and science-reasoning. It leaves you wanting more, much more. I have now got my husband watching every Sunday night. At the end of each program he says is that all their is?…….I would highly recommend watching Sherlock on Masterpiece Mystery.

    I believe that Sherlock would have not only used Cell-Phone but maybe invented them. Sherlock was way ahead of his times with his quick obserrvations. The one ture fact is he doesn’t understand why others don’t see the same truths he does, “elementry my dear Watson”. I have enjoy Sherlock Holmes of all type: books, movies and tv programs.

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