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Article:Sherlock (TV series)
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===Series 4===
 
===Series 4===
 
The show's executive producer, Steven Moffat, has confirmed that a fourth series has been commissioned, with scripts being planned.<ref name="fourthseries" /> Previously the show's stars, Cumberbatch and Freeman, announced to the press their desire to return for a fourth series, although co-creator Steven Moffat at the time indicated that BBC executives had not formally commissioned further episodes.<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.walesonline.co.uk/whats-on/whats-on-news/sherlock-creators-reveal-already-series-6470060| title=Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman commissioned Sherlock series 4 themselves says Steven Moffat | publisher=''Radio Times'' | date=14 October 2013 |accessdate=7 January 2014}}</ref> Moffat told ''The Telegraph'', "we're all keen to continue", but it is difficult to co-ordinate the lead actors' schedules. Moffat continued, "And obviously Mark [Gatiss] and I have our other commitments too, but it's just a matter of scheduling."<ref>{{cite news |title=Sherlock creator denies plot holes in BBC drama |url= http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/10553570/Sherlock-creator-denies-plot-holes-in-BBC-drama.html |first1=Hayley |last1=Dixon |first2=Joe |last2=Kavanagh |date=6 Jan 2014 |work=The Telegraph |accessdate=7 January 2014}}</ref> Moffat and Gatiss also announced that they have developed plots for a fourth and fifth series.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2014-01-08/sherlock-weve-plotted-out-the-whole-of-series-4-and-5-reveals-steven-moffat |title=Sherlock season 4 and 5 confirmed by Steven Moffat: "The ideas are the best we’ve ever had" says Steven Moffat |last=Jones |first=Paul |publisher=''[[Radio Times]]'' |date=8 January 2014 |accessdate=10 January 2014 }}</ref>
 
The show's executive producer, Steven Moffat, has confirmed that a fourth series has been commissioned, with scripts being planned.<ref name="fourthseries" /> Previously the show's stars, Cumberbatch and Freeman, announced to the press their desire to return for a fourth series, although co-creator Steven Moffat at the time indicated that BBC executives had not formally commissioned further episodes.<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.walesonline.co.uk/whats-on/whats-on-news/sherlock-creators-reveal-already-series-6470060| title=Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman commissioned Sherlock series 4 themselves says Steven Moffat | publisher=''Radio Times'' | date=14 October 2013 |accessdate=7 January 2014}}</ref> Moffat told ''The Telegraph'', "we're all keen to continue", but it is difficult to co-ordinate the lead actors' schedules. Moffat continued, "And obviously Mark [Gatiss] and I have our other commitments too, but it's just a matter of scheduling."<ref>{{cite news |title=Sherlock creator denies plot holes in BBC drama |url= http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/10553570/Sherlock-creator-denies-plot-holes-in-BBC-drama.html |first1=Hayley |last1=Dixon |first2=Joe |last2=Kavanagh |date=6 Jan 2014 |work=The Telegraph |accessdate=7 January 2014}}</ref> Moffat and Gatiss also announced that they have developed plots for a fourth and fifth series.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2014-01-08/sherlock-weve-plotted-out-the-whole-of-series-4-and-5-reveals-steven-moffat |title=Sherlock season 4 and 5 confirmed by Steven Moffat: "The ideas are the best we’ve ever had" says Steven Moffat |last=Jones |first=Paul |publisher=''[[Radio Times]]'' |date=8 January 2014 |accessdate=10 January 2014 }}</ref>
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and hopefully be aired on christmas day 2014!
   
 
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