Steven Moffat Gives Clues For ‘Sherlock’ Season 2


Writer Steven Moffat spoke with The Guardian about the anticipated returns of two hit BBC shows: Doctor Who and Sherlock.

The writer, who took over as show runner for the fifth season of Doctor Who from Russell T. Davies, was tight-lipped about details of the sixth season, which sees the return of Matt Smith as the eleventh Doctor. Instead, he mainly spoke about the pressure and expectations on him to do well with the series.

While he didn’t spill any information about the upcoming sixth season of Doctor Who, he did give some clues as to what to expect for Season 2 of Sherlock.

“You can have three words to work from,” he laughs. “Adler, Hound, Reichenbach. Those are your clues.”


Ooooh, those clues are exciting! If you’re a Holmes fan, like I am, those three clues hold some quite interesting possibilities and ideas in them!! I’ve absolutely loved this reimagining of Sherlock, and think Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman are AWESOME as Sherlock and John. (I’m not all that fussed about another character, though).

What do you think of these spoilers? Have you seen the new BBC version of ‘Sherlock’? Love it? Hate it?