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October 22, 2021
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About this title


In this contemporary version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's detective stories, Dr. John Watson is a war vet just home from Afghanistan. He meets the brilliant but eccentric Holmes when the latter, who serves as a consultant to Scotland Yard, advertises for a flatmate. Almost as soon as Watson moves into the Baker Street flat, they are embroiled in mysteries, and Sherlock's nemesis, Moriarty, appears to have a hand in the crimes.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: October 24, 2010

Also Known As: Uusi Sherlock, Σέρλοκ |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), Brazil (14) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

london, england
based on novel or book

Company Credits

Production Co: Hartswood Films, BBC Wales |  See more »


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Ralph Ineson
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Eileen Dunwoodie
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Georgie Leonard
as Bridesmaid
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Nicholas Gadd
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Martin Freeman
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as Geeky Young Man
Miranda Hennessy
as Reporter
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Paul Dawkins
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as Young Running Man
Amanda Root
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Charles Furness
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Katy Wix
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Volenté Lloyd
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Lucy Trotman
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Katy Maw
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Art Malik
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Janice Acquah
as Museum Director
Malcolm Rennie
as Judge
Lee Knight
as Reporter
Tom Whitecross
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Hassan Khan
as MI6 Officer
Jalaal Hartley
as Photographer
Tony Pitts
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Jonathan Aris
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Oona Chaplin
as Jeanette
Sydney Wade
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Debbie Chazen
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Timothy Carlton
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Tim Barlow
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Catherine McCormack
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Tom Brooke
as Bill Wiggins/Wiggins
Will Keen
as Major Reed
John Lebar
as Golem
Una Stubbs
as Mrs. Hudson
Robert Benfield
as Gallery Director
Douglas Wilmer
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Daniel van der Molen
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Alfred Enoch
as Bainbridge
John Macmillan
as Community Officer
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Phil Davis
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Paula Cowling
as Waitress
Lauren Crace
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Martin Savage
as Ivan
Richard Sutton
as Diamond
Lorraine Hilton
as Miss Mackenzie
Alison Lintott
as Julie
Jason Thomas Brown
as Reporter
Nik Davies
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Gordon Kennedy
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Toby Jones
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Oliver Lansley
as David
Jacqueline Chan
as Shopkeeper
Thomasin Rand
as Beautiful Woman
Alison Egan
as Jimmy's Mum
Adam Greaves-Neal
as Billy/Page Boy
Harry Gostelow
as Husband
Helen Bradbury
as Mum
Todd Boyce
as Neilson
Wanda Ventham
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William Charles
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Richard Syms
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Sam Jones
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James Harper
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Lisa McAllister
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Russell Tovey
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Kevin Trainor
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Francesco Rochira
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Ged Forrest
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Neal Barry
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Sharon Cherry Ballard
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Joanna Burnett
as Tour Guide
Michael Müller
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Trixiebell Harrowell
as Zoe
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as Craig
Laura Dale
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as Tortured Soldier/Tourist
Rick Warden
as Bonfire Dad
Stephen Wight
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George Appleby
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as Gold Teeth Man
Jack Bence
as Raz
Alistair Petrie
as James Sholto
Ruth Everett
as Political Aide
Kemal Sylvester
as Tube Guard
Gina Bramhill
as Faith
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Nicole Arumugam
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as Tessa
Jamie Jarvis
as Surgeon
Lynn Farleigh
as Professor Cairns
Anthony Farrelly
as Cabbie
Samantha E. Hunt
as Amy Saunders
Clare Foster
as Velma
David Cromarty
as Terrorist
Gerald Kyd
as Thomas Ricoletti
Kishan Maru
as Indian Reporter
Georgina Rich
as Charlotte
Terence Dormer
as Billy
Paul Albertson
as Mr Ewart
Eiry Thomas
as Stewardess
Aleksandar Mikic
as Guard
Zawe Ashton
as Sally Donovan
Tony Way
as Prison Warder
Dominic Borrelli
as Husband
Tom Williams
as Politician
Alan Bond
as Assistant Coroner
Jeany Spark
as Homeless Girl
Gavin Lee Lewis
as Mime
Rosemary Smith
as Married Woman
David Kirkbride
as Hospital Policeman
Calvin Demba
as Isaac Whitney
Tanya Moodie
as Ella
Howard Coggins
as Brian Lukis
Tom So
as Magnussen's Butler
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as Jennifer Wilson
Sian Brooke
as Elizabeth/Eurus Holmes
Mark Gatiss
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Rebecca Noble
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Greg Bennett
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Aaron Richards
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Darrell Las Quevas
as Plummer
Albert Magashi
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as Bank Director
Lex Lamprey
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Katherine Jakeways
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Patrick Bradford
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Peter Pedrero
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Pradeep Jey
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Elizabeth Coyle
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Grant Crookes
as Police Officer
Will Sharpe
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Tim McInnerny
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Tim Wallers
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Simon Kunz
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Charles Edwards
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Gillian Elisa
as Surgery Receptionist
Paul Warren
as Homeless Spy
David Colbourn
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Brigid Zengeni
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Danny Webb
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Jason Crane
as Pedestrian Getting in Taxi
Natasha O'Keeffe
as Emelia Ricoletti
Damian Samuels
as Giles
Ed Birch
as Tom
Usman Akram
as MI5 Agent
Imogen Slaughter
as Reporter
Rosalind Halstead
as Kate
Michael Austin
as CPS Solicitor
Chris Wilson
as CID Officer/High Rank Police Officer
David Nellist
as Mike Stamford/Stamford
Peter Basham
as Reporter #2
Sasha Behar
as Dr. Mortimer
Tam Mutu
as Leonard
Ilana Kneafsey
as Little Girl
Peter Davison
as Planetarium Voiceover
Amanda Abbington
as Mary Watson/Mary Morstan
Joe Hall
as Homeless Guy
Alexandra Doyle
as Woman in Mind Palace
Philip Starnier
as German Tourist
Gillian Steventon
as Nurse
Lindsay Duncan
as Lady Smallwood
Haydn Gwynne
as Miss Wenceslas
Yasmine Akram
as Janine/Janine Donlevy
James Pimenta
as Indian Policeman
Lucy Page
as Princess
Pino Maiello
as Hostage
Chipo Chung
as Presenter
Indica Watson
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Andrew Bone
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Nathan Harmer
as Phil

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2010 | 3 Episodes

Season 2

2012 | 3 Episodes

Season 3

2014 | 3 Episodes

Season 4

2017 | 3 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Crime Thriller Awards, UK 2010


Crime Thriller Awards, UK

Best Supporting Actor


Crime Thriller Awards, UK

Best Leading Actor

Royal Television Society, UK 2010


Royal Television Society, UK

Best Photography: Drama


Royal Television Society, UK

Best Music, Original Score


Royal Television Society, UK

Best Tape and Film Editing: Drama


Royal Television Society, UK

Best Picture Enhancement


Royal Television Society, UK

Best Music, Original Titles

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