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Ring in the new year with Sherlock! Season 4 to release on January 1

Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman will be back as Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson in the fourth season of BBC’s hit detective drama Sherlock on January 1, 2017.

tv Updated: Oct 27, 2016 11:04 IST
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BBC’s hit show, re-imagining the world’s best known fictional detective in modern London, will be back on screen with its fourth season on January 1, next year.
BBC’s hit show, re-imagining the world’s best known fictional detective in modern London, will be back on screen with its fourth season on January 1, next year. (BBC)

After waiting for more than two years for a new season of Sherlock, the fans are finally being rewarded.

BBC’s hit show, re-imagining the world’s best known fictional detective in modern London, will be back on screen with its fourth season on January 1, next year. Our 2017 looks bright already.

Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman reprise their roles as Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson for the fourth season. (BBC)

Sherlock’s official Facebook page shared the good news late Wednesday night with their followers. The release date was accompanied by an old trailer of the new season that was first shared in July.

Of course, the comments were filled with appreciation and also some snarky remarks on how the fans will then have to ‘wait another 82737271 years for season 5’.

Superstars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman reprise their roles as Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson for the new season. This time, our favourite high-functioning sociopath will be seen grappling with the truth and the tricks that his mind play on him. He is haunted by the ghost of Moriarty and his return, something he thought would happen ever since the Victorian Era special episode that premiered on January 1, 2016.

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