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Elementary Season 3 Sherlock’s New Protege Actress Revealed,Might Replace Watson

12 July 2014 12:53 PM, PDT | OnTheFlix | See recent OnTheFlix news »

As previously reported, Sherlock's new protege chick, Kitty Winters, is going to show up on the scene in the upcoming "Elementary" season 3. Now, thanks to TV Line, we have a face to go with the character as actress ,Ophelia Lovibond (left), is all set to play her. It's also reported that Kitty will rival Joan Watson played by Lucy Liu. Kitty’s reasons for partnering with Sherlock, are nebulous and her new arrangement with him will have continuous repercussions for his relationship with Joan. It's speculated that Sherlock and Kitty are going to connect in England before heading back to the States. Ophelia Lovibond's acting credits include roles in the 2012 Encore miniseries Titanic: Blood and Steel and the six-part UK comedy Mr. Sloane. She also co-starred in the films: Nowhere Boy, No Strings Attached and Mr. Popper’s Penguins. She's set to appear in the new Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy »

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Elementary season 3 casting news

11 July 2014 12:24 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Ophelia Lovibond will play Kitty Winter, Sherlock's new protege in Elementary season three...


With Watson out of the Brownstone, and Holmes having agreed to become an MI6 company man, the Elementary season two finale left the crime-solving twosome in disarray (or at least, in enough seeming disarray to make for a dramatic season three reunion).

Part of that upset is likely to come from one Kitty Winter, described as "Sherlock's latest protege" and played by English actress Ophelia Lovibond (Mr Sloane, Titanic: Blood And SteelNathan Barley).

A character named Kitty Winter, as Conan Doyle readers will know, featured in later Holmes story The Adventure Of The Illustrious Client as a young woman seeking revenge on a former lover and womanising scoundrel and murderer with a noble daughter in his current grasp. Will that be the case that throws Jonny Lee Miller's Sherlock and Ms Winter together? »

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Elementary: Meet Sherlock's New [Spoiler]!

10 July 2014 2:07 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

It’s your new competition, my dear Watson!

TVLine has learned exclusively that English actress Ophelia Lovibond is joining Elementary‘s upcoming third season in the recurring role of Kitty Winter, Sherlock’s (Jonny Lee Miller) new protégé and a rival to her predecessor, Joan (Lucy Liu).

Kitty’s reasons for partnering with Sherlock are nebulous and her new arrangement with him will have ongoing repercussions for his relationship with Joan.

Related | Fall TV Grid: What’s on When? And Versus What?

Elementary‘s second season concluded with Sherlock taking a job across the pond with MI6 in the wake »

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