A new teaser trailer for the upcoming episode of Sherlock has just dropped, and if the tone and episode title are any indication, “The Final Problem” could be the show’s last.

It’s still possible that after the episode airs on Jan. 15 (on PBS), that we could see Benedict Cumberbatch in the role once again, but considering that Doctor Strange is now an important part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, that seems increasingly unlikely. Discuss

The BBC is opening its own theme park. The network has inked a deal with Paramount to open the $2.6 billion London Paramount Entertainment Resort. Along with attractions from Paramount franchises like Transformers, Star Trek and Shrek, according to this story in The Telegraph, BBC hits including Sherlock, Doctor Who and Top Gear will likely also have their own rides and shows. The new theme park—which an executive told the paper “will combine the glamour of Hollywood with the best of British culture”—is scheduled to open in 2020 ... Discuss

What do you get when you combine musical theater, Doctor Who and Sherlock? A recipe for the geekiest—and most glorious—viral video you’ll see today. The music-loving YouTubers AVbyte have created this clip of what a musical featuring both The Doctor and Sherlock himself would look like, and the results are expectedly entertaining ... Discuss

Good news fans of brilliant deduction and Benedict Cumberbatch. Today, Netflix is adding season three of the BBC’s widely popular detective series Sherlock, along with a few hours of behind-the-scenes specials. If you just got done re-watching the last episodes of Breaking Bad to see if you totally misread the ending (like Bryan Cranston recently suggested), you now have something else to watch ... Discuss

Why We All Love Sherlock

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In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Sherlock series' co-creator Steven Moffat said that the team behind the BBC hit “don’t rule anything out”, when asked if they would consider doing a movie version of the show. Considering that each episode is the length of some feature films as it is, Moffat noted that there is already “something quite special about the fact that it’s on television,” but is keeping fans hopes of seeing the unique version of their hero on the big screen alive. Because both of the show’s stars, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, are rising Hollywood properties (they both recently starred in the latest Hobbit), a big budget Sherlock adaptation may not be too far fetched ... Discuss