(2010 TV Series)
Episode: The Final Problem (2017)
In the final episode of this season, written by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, long-buried secrets finally catch up with the Baker Street duo. Someone has been playing a very long game indeed and, alone and defenseless, Sherlock and Dr Watson face their greatest ever challenge. Is the game finally over?
|2.||Worried About the Boy
(2010 TV Movie)
England, year 1980. The young George O'Dowd (Douglas Booth) confronts his parents, who accept not his taste for quirky clothes and makeup. Along with his friend Peter (Freddie Fox), pretending to be Marilyn Monroe, resides in a local squat. When you find a job as a cloakroom attendant at a club, he begins to learn the local musicians, including drummer Jon Moss (Mathew Horne). Through the former group the Sex Pistols manager, Malcolm McLaren (Mark Gatiss), George decides to start his own career in entertainment. After appearances in the McLaren team created by Bow Wow Wow with Moss assumes the formation of Culture Club. Commercial successes draw the attention of the tabloid press, writer for the drug excesses of George. This is the beginning of a colorful career O'Dowd, known as Boy George artistic pseudonym.
(2012 TV Movie)
The stars of Sherlock, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, talk in depth about the success of the first season and look ahead to season 2. This bonus feature also includes the show's creators, Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, discussing the dilemmas and pitfalls they faced when bringing these classic Holmes stories into the 21st century.
A television documentary from 2014, this 56 minute short film explores the BBC television series "Sherlock" with interviews by the actors and writers of the show. Fans are given a behind-the-scenes look at the passion and process of bringing sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most beloved character to the screen. Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat (creators of BBC's "Sherlock") see their lifelong dream achieved by giving their boyhood hero new life in this modern adaptation set in 21st century London. Because of their love of Doyle's master detective, Gatiss and Moffat try to stick closely to the original stories. They succeeded. So much so that, in a repeat of the 1893 event in which Doyle killed off Sherlock Holmes from his stories, today's audiences (more than 100years later) were just as distraught at the death of their beloved hero. Sherlock Holmes fans, both then and now, came up with their own theories as to how Holmes may have survived. If you love this show, you will thoroughly enjoy "Unlocking Sherlock".