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Saturday, May 5

Sherlock, Season Two, Starts this Sunday on PBS Masterpiece Mystery!

The witty, engaging, and highly entertaining Sherlock will be gracing the airwaves again. Click here to read my review of A Scandal in Belgravia. Scheduled to air May 6, 13, and 20th on PBS Masterpiece Mystery, the viewer is guaranteed a whoppingly good whodunnit for 1 1/2 hours on each night. Set in modern London, this Sherlock is as sharp witted as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's detective. A true heir to the genre. Click here to join the Twitter events on Sundays.



Schedule of Episodes of SHERLOCK: SEASON 2 

Sherlock, the world's foremost consulting detective (Benedict Cumberbatch, War Horse, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), and the beleaguered Dr. John Watson (Martin Freeman, The Hobbit, The Office UK) stalk again in three thrilling new episodes. Click here to learn more about Sherlock on PBSs site.

 May 6, 2012 at 9pm (Check local listings) A Scandal in Belgravia One 90-minute episode; TV-14 Picking up from Season 1's gripping cliffhanger, the whip-smart Irene Adler (Lara Pulver, True Blood) takes on Sherlock in a game he is ill-prepared to fight...love.

May 13, 2012 at 9pm (Check local listings) The Hounds of Baskerville One 90-minute episode; TV-14 Sherlock and Watson track a gigantic hound to Baskerville, where the military is conducting top-secret experiments. But whether demonic or dubious, something is stalking the moors.

May 20, 2012 at 9pm (Check local listings) The Reichenbach Fall One 90-minute episode; TV-14 The crime of the century is just a prelude for the unhinged criminal mastermind, Jim Moriarty (Andrew Scott, Lennon Naked), when he poses the diabolical and inescapable "final problem" to Sherlock.


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

is there any other channels it is on as i dont have pbs and am not aloud it :( Pls help.

Southerner said...

These three were on our screens last year. For a moment I thought this might be series three, if they can POSSIBLY have a series three after The Reichenbach Fall. (notice the missing "s" at the end of "Fall." Ha! Ha!. Hope I haven't given too much away. Get that cushion ready to cover your eyes!!!!!!!!!!!

Thyme2Be said...

Great series and glad it's back! Thanks for the alert -

Vic said...

Anonymous, You can watch the series online starting May 7th. PBS usually makes the episodes available for 4 weeks after airing them. Click here:http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/masterpiece/watch/index.html

Shazza89101 said...

I saw the series weeks after it aired in England...here in america (I won't say how) anyway, I loved, loved, loved it!!! Can't wait for series 3!

buddy2blogger said...

For a different look at 'A Scandal in Belgravia', check out my review .

Cheers!

nigel said...

This has been one of the best adaptions since the Basil Rathbone series. The modern context is also weel done.