Previewing my end-of-year list, here are a dozen shows worth binging on this summer.
In perhaps its final episode, Sherlock puts its hero through a gauntlet, and us through the wringer.
A skin-crawlingly creepy Toby Jones and some genuine surprises make this the best Sherlock in two calendar years.
The fourth (final?) season premiere illustrates how far Sherlock has moved away from being a detective show.
In the only Sherlock we’re likely to get in 2016, we get thrown for a temporal loop and come up mostly grinning.
As usual, there was a ton of good TV in 2014, and even a lot of great TV. Here’s my attempt to quantify it.
It’s Part 2 of our Emmy predictions, covering the Miniseries, Movie, Variety, and Reality categories. Fargo! The Normal Heart! Sherlock!
In the last episode for God-knows-how-long, Mary has a secret, Sherlock tangles with a dangerous new adversary, and a certain someone returns to haunt your mind palaces.
Historically, the second installment of a Sherlock series is the weakest. Not this year!
FINALLY, after two long years of rabid speculation, the great mystery of Sherlock’s survival will be revealed…OR WILL IT?