Agreed. First class piece of TV in every respect.
I'm off to re-read the originals. I doubted at first they could be de-canted into a contemporary setting, but am pleased to admit I was wrong about that.
[I'd also put a marker down for "The Lost Xmas" with Eddie Izzard as worthy of mention for Xmas viewing].
Already an admirer of Mark Gatiss - see signature below
Didn't watch it, it started with "previously". I didn't realise it followed on from the previous series which I didn't see, although the last 2 episodes are sitting there on my hard disk looking at me. Maybe it's time I looked at them instead. How far do I have to go back to get what I need to know before this one?
Anyone make sense of the closing scene of the last episode of Sherlock?
I'm sure he jumped