Saturday, May 05, 2012


Get Ready! 

Season 2 of the Fantastic  PBS Carried BBC Production of  PBS - SHERLOCK - SEASON ONE and the first episode of  SEASON TWO play tomorrow,
Sunday May 6th on your local PBS Stations.

If you HAVEN'T seen the first 3 in the series, Here in Los Angeles, they are running them back to back Sunday afternoon.

 The First episode introducing you to this world is  NECESSARY VIEWING!!

Sunday, May 6  —  1:30pm
Sherlock: A Study in Pink
Sunday, May 6  —  3:00pm
 Sherlock: The Blind Banker
Sunday, May 6  —  4:30pm
Sherlock: The Great Game
 OK, Honestly, they ALL ARE NECESSARY VIEWING!! !!

This is a wonderful reinterpretation of the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle classic tales setting the cunning cocky Sherlock Holmes, and his able partner, wounded Army Afghan war Veteran Dr. John Watson in modern London. {the original Dr Watson was a vet from the British Afghan War of the Late 19th century.}

 A Must See!!

Masterpiece Mystery!

  Sherlock: Season 2
Three 90-minute mysteries — Sundays, May 6, 13 & 20, 2012
Sherlock, the world's foremost consulting detective (Benedict Cumberbatch, War Horse, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), and the beleaguered Dr. John Watson (Martin Freeman, The Hobbit, The Office UK) stalk again in three thrilling new episodes.
Episodes of Sherlock: Season 2
  • May 6, 2012 at 9pm   (Check local listings)
    A Scandal in Belgravia
    One 90-minute episode; TV-14
    Picking up from Season 1's gripping cliffhanger, the whip-smart Irene Adler (Lara Pulver, True Blood) takes on Sherlock in a game he is ill-prepared to
  • May 13, 2012 at 9pm   (Check local listings)
    The Hounds of Baskerville
    One 90-minute episode; TV-14
    Sherlock and Watson track a gigantic hound to Baskerville, where the military is conducting top-secret experiments. But whether demonic or dubious, something is stalking the moors.
  • May 20, 2012 at 9pm   (Check local listings)
    The Reichenbach Fall
    One 90-minute episode; TV-14
    The crime of the century is just a prelude for the unhinged criminal mastermind, Jim Moriarty (Andrew Scott, Lennon Naked), when he poses the diabolical and inescapable "final problem" to Sherlock.


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