#221BringIt – Sherlock Season 4 Spoilers

Sherlock Season 4 Spoilers

Get ready for another LONG episode. Appearing like Brigadoon from the mists, the modern day retelling of the Sherlock Holmes stories on the BBC found its way back to TV.  Like the first three Sherlock seasons out there this season only had three episodes.  Unlike the previous seasons this one had mixed reviews. The potentially final season of Sherlock was filled with murder, mystery and emotions, so many emotions, but was it enough? We talk about what we liked, what we didn’t and some of the homages to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s original stories and how Sherlock has served as a sort of a prequel toward the Basil Rathbone era Sherlock Stories. Your attitude towards Stephen Moffat and Mark Gatiss might play a role in how you feel about the show.

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Random Fandom

The Random Fandom is the segment of the show where you write in to tell us the things that you love and then we turn around and share it with everyone else.  This week since we will be covering 3 episodes of Sherlock we are skipping the Random Fandom, but if you want to be part of the conversation head over to FandomPodcast.com/Contact to drop us a line.

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May the Fandom be with you!

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