Hello everyone! 🙂
Before we begin, I just want to give you a heads-up as to what you’re about to expect concerning these reviews I’m sharing today. These reviews are based on my personal experiences of a crime TV series I’ve watched on Blu-ray lately. They do not reflect other people’s opinions about ‘Sherlock’. 😐
I don’t hold this particular crime TV series in high regard compared to how others rate it. I’ve found the series quite underwhelming and not matching to how I perceive Sherlock Holmes in modern times. But that doesn’t mean people should stop enjoying this series as I share my thoughts on it.
I do get anxious when I’m sharing opinions that aren’t popular with others, especially when people think a particular film or TV series is excellent whereas I don’t feel the same way. But I know that’s something I shouldn’t really worry about, and I hope my views on these things will be entertaining. 🙂
If you come away reading my ‘Sherlock’ reviews and don’t agree with my thoughts on each episode, that’s fine. You got something out from this series more than me and I’m not stopping you from enjoying it. I just hope that you’ll find my views on each ‘Sherlock’ episode insightful and interesting.
Hopefully one day, I’ll come back to this series with a fresh perspective and perhaps with more knowledge about Sherlock Holmes and his legacy compared to what I know of him now. These are my current thoughts on ‘Sherlock’ and I hope you’ll be entertained reading my reviews on the series.
With all that said, welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!
Let’s take a look at the ‘Sherlock’ series starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. This includes reviews on the complete BBC TV series. There are four seasons and a 2016 New Year’s Day Special in total (so far). Series 1 includes ‘A Study in Pink’, ‘The Blind Banker’ and ‘The Great Game’. Series 2 includes ‘A Scandal in Belgravia’, ‘The Hounds of Baskerville’ and ‘The Reichenbach Fall’. Series 3 includes ‘The Empty Hearse’, ‘The Sign of Three’ and ‘His Last Vow’. The 2016 New Year’s Day Special is called ‘The Abominable Bride’. And Series 4 includes ‘The Six Thatchers’, ‘The Lying Detective’ and ‘The Final Problem’.
Please feel free to check out; read and comment on my latest Blu-ray reviews on the ‘Sherlock’ TV series, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. Click on the links above to check out my reviews.
Bye for now!