The BBC’s Sherlock Holmes reboot may be in the works but according to some actors who have played Holmes for years, the new Sherlock is coming in 2019.
The new Sherlock, which stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the iconic detective and Peter Capaldi as his faithful sidekick, is set for release in 2019, but some of the actors who played Holmes and Capaldi during their respective TV eras have said the new version will arrive in 2019 and 2020.
“It’s going to be very soon, and it’ll be a very big one,” Cumberbatch told The Telegraph.
“It’s all going to happen at the same time, so it’ll happen in 2019 or 2020, and then in 2021 and 2022 it’ll go to 2021.
So it’ll start off as the first series and it will just keep going on until 2019.””
It is a very exciting time for the show, and we’re very excited about it, because it’s going in a different direction,” Capaldi said.
“I think it’s a fantastic show and I love it.
It’s really, really good.
But it’s still a very, very small number of episodes, and I think people will want to see the full story, so we’ll see.”
“So it will be interesting to see what that new world is like, and whether or not there’s going, ‘Oh, that’s it, I’m done, there’s no more Sherlock Holmes,’ because there will be. “
But I’m not saying there won’t be, because we’re going to keep going.” “
So it will be interesting to see what that new world is like, and whether or not there’s going, ‘Oh, that’s it, I’m done, there’s no more Sherlock Holmes,’ because there will be.
But I’m not saying there won’t be, because we’re going to keep going.”
Benedict Cumberbatch and Peter Cushing at the London premiere of Sherlock Holmes and The Abominable Bride.
The latest version of the Sherlock is set to star Benedict Cumberbanks Cumberbatch, who plays the character alongside Catherine Tate, Martin Freeman, Rory Kinnear and Martin Freeman’s wife, Catherine Tate.
Cumberbatch, Cushing and Freeman were seen on the red carpet at the BBC’s annual Sherlock premiere last month, which is the show’s biggest ever in terms of attendance.
The actors were joined by other familiar faces, including Cressida Bonas, who played Mary Watson, and John Leeson, who starred as John Watson, as they walked the red carpets.
Cusack and Freeman have also confirmed the return of the original Doctor Who and Peter Davison, who has also voiced the show in the past, and has also played the lead role in recent episodes of Sherlock.
“I can’t wait to work with [creator] Steven Moffat again,” Cumberbet told The Sun.
“He’s a really good man.
Sherlock will be a new adventure for me. “
We’ve just been talking about it for so many years and I’m so excited to finally be able to work alongside him again, because I’ve been a huge fan of his work for years.”
Sherlock will be a new adventure for me.
I don’t know if I’m going to get to play Sherlock again, but I can definitely get to work on another adventure.
“You’ve got to be careful because it could be your last.”
The actors also spoke out about the show moving to a new channel in 2019 for the first time in the franchise’s history.
“We’ve been talking a lot about moving from BBC One to BBC Four, and for some people it might be the last time we ever see Sherlock,” Cumberbiks said.
“But we’ve got the opportunity to go back to the BBC, and move to BBC One.
I can see how it could work out.”
Sherlock was last seen on BBC One in 2014, with Benedict Cumberbs Sherlock Holmes.