New research reveals the UK’s favourite ‘binge-able’ box set of all time is fantasy favourite Game of Thrones.
Toby Jones is set to appear in the next series of BBC drama Sherlock, which is due to return to BBC One screens later this year.
Filming for series four of Sherlock has begun production BBC One have announced. The drama will return to screens with three brand-new episodes promising laughter, tears, shocks, surprises and extraordinary cases…
Sherlock continues to prove a ratings success for BBC Drama. The festive outing for the series made it the most watched programme between December 21st 2015 and the 1st of January 2016 across all channels.
The BBC has announced that Sherlock is to return to BBC One for a special that will be followed by a fourth series comprising of three episodes. The third series saw Sherlock’s life change a lot – he returned from the dead, his best friend John Watson married Mary Morstan and he met his match in Charles Augustus Magnussen. After the briefest of exiles, Sherlock came back only to face one of his
BBC iPlayer notched up a record number of programme requests throughout January 2014, the corporation has noted.
Sherlock producer Sue Vertue has tweeted ahead of the final episode of series three this coming Sunday.
An extra 3.5 million viewers caught up with the first episode of Sherlock setting a new ‘catch-up’ viewing record.
The highly anticipated return of Sherlock to BBC One on New Year’s Day attracted the biggest rating of the day.
The BBC has revealed the first official picture from Sherlock ahead of its much anticipated series three return.