The US ripoff of Sherlock gets it's leading man
Do BBC America not show the UK Sherlock show?
I loved Johnny Lee Miller in Eli Stone but Sherlock Holmes not based in UK how will that work
The role of Watson has been cast.
This sounds like it will be woeful. Probably will be reduced to a procedural type show, should not be associated with Sherlock Holmes.
The descpription sounds brutal....Wonder Woman brutal!
Was just going to post this. To be honest though, it was exactly what I expected. Maybe not Lucy Liu herself (Who I can't stand) but it was ALWAYS going to be a woman. I mean, if it wasn't then how could they fit in season after season of "will-they-or-won't-they" plotlines? I suppose the only way it could be worse is if it was on that Warner Bros teen station (Can't remember the name at the mo). It'd have Tom Welling at Sherlock and someone from One Tree Hill as Joanie W. complete with teen angsty soundtrack. Oh Sickboy sickboy sickboy. You need to go back onto the skag
*edit*: The CW. Remembered it. Phew
This is sounding worse and worse with every news bite ..... Next it will be the Hound of Brooklyn and Niagarabach Falls.
So...it's basically Castle?
Can't wait to see who they cast as Moriarity....maybe a super gay Irish guy?
Probably Tricia Helfer or someone like that. Wouldn't surprise me with the direction they're taking.
Casting news: http://www.digitalspy.ie/ustv/news/a370047/elementary-cbs-pilot-adds-prime-suspect-star-aidan-quinn.html
Quinn will play Captain Gregson, a New York cop who worked with Sherlock at Scotland Yard following the 9/11 attacks,
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aidan quinn, always stretches himself in his parts
Quinn as Watson would have been better imo
This pilot based on buzz seems a lock for a series pickup, expect Castle 2.0:
Series picked up by CBS