A TV series, unlike a film, is an ever-evolving narrative that transforms from episode to episode. It is not a stationary story-line. Elements are constantly changing, and what you experience (or think you experience) in a particular episode, might suddenly shift completely in another successive season. Continue reading “Sherlock: The Two Final Problems”
I decided to start with this mini-episode as the first post in a series of reviews on TV series and film adaptations of Sherlock Holmes.
Many Happy Returns, released a few weeks before the launch of the third series of Sherlock, is a little masterpiece that is, quite often, overlooked. Continue reading “*Review* Sherlock: Many Happy Returns”
Photo credit: BBC/Masterpiece
With Sherlock Series 4 now behind us, I thought it would be a good exercise to try and determine what I think are my favourite episodes from the series. I’ve been thinking a lot about this during the in-between series hiatus and, as difficult as it is to do, I think I’ve cracked the case!
This is because I feel like putting most of the episodes on the same rank, side-by-side, but then again it would defeat the purpose of a “list”. With great difficulty and apprehension, therefore, I have ranked the Sherlock episodes from least favourite (note: it’s not “worst”, because no Sherlock episode is bad) to best and most re-watchable.
Naturally, spoilers ahead.
Continue reading “Sherlock episodes ranked!”