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Finally… We Have Been Waiting Too Long For Season 4 of Sherlock

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BBC’s Sherlock used to be an every 2 year’s show. You know, every 2 year’s we would get 3 episodes to hold us over for another 2 year’s of endless waiting, well that hasn’t been the case recently. Season 3 of Sherlock aired back in January of 2014, which means we “should” have had the pleasure of viewing season 4 back in January 2016…. but that did not happen.

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So we have been waiting. Thankfully, we got a Christmas Special this past holiday, which was wonderful, but nearly 3 years of waiting has been hell.

BUT TODAY… the BBC decided to throw us a bone and give us our first image glimpse at the new season.

I know it’s just a simple image, but seeing Benedict Cumberbatch in his Sherlock Holmes scarf and long coat makes me so happy and excited for the next season.

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The waiting is horrible, but Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat, and the BBC always make the waiting worth it in the end.

OH… ICYMI: the Christmas Special, The Abominable Bride, was nominated for 6 Primetime Emmy Awards, as well as Sherlock himself, Benedict Cumberbatch!

I hope Sherlock wins. This show is extraordinary and it deserves to be recognized for how amazing it truly is.

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Katie has a Master’s in Psychology from the University of Hartford and is a former Cast Member of the Disneyland Resort. She was introduced to the world of movies by her father at a very young age and has been a fan ever since. She has a deep love for Jane Austen novel adaptations, Period Dramas, and YouTube vlog-style novel adaptations. She also geeks out over Harry Potter, DC, Marvel, Disney, Supernatural, Doctor Who, Sherlock, In the Flesh, Star Wars, Star Trek, LOTR, Jurassic Park and Foreign Films. Lastly, Katie loves the theatre, music, novels, Disneyland, college football, baseball, and cycling.