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Sep 27, 2012 - Present




Drama / Crime


Sherlock - Jonny Lee MillerDr. Watson - Lucy LiuKitty - Ophelia LovibondTobias - Aidan QuinnMarcus - Jon Michael Hill

A crime drama following a modern-day Sherlock Holmes solving crimes in New York.

Following a fall from grace in London and spending time in rehab, the eccentric Sherlock Holmes takes residence in Manhattan, New York, where his wealthy father assigns him a "sober companion", Dr. Joan Watson, to help with his rehabilitation.

Dr. Watson was a successful surgeon until she lost a patient. However, the eccentric Holmes is nothing like her other clients. As part of a post-rehab regimen he designed himself, Holmes resumes his work as a police consultant in New York, and Watson is along for the ride.

Comments (47)

michael dobey
05/13/17 at 11:02pm

For once they kept on a show that older people like. the dummies at a and 3e cancelled 'longmire' and yet netflix got several more seasons out of it. And they did that because it was like too much by older people.
04/14/17 at 04:11pm

Johnny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu are so much fun as Holmes and Watson. It makes this show fun to watch
12/03/15 at 02:12pm

We really love this show! Glad to see it back in full swing. Thank you
10/11/15 at 03:23pm

I love this Show but I wish they would slow down their speech and speak up .
09/22/15 at 01:59pm

Great show I love it. The relationship between Holmes and Watson is great.
05/20/15 at 01:52pm

Lately, for some reason I find myself skipping this show more and more often.
05/14/15 at 07:04am

Quirky, socially dysfunctional genius detective. Assistant who keeps him grounded in life. Hmmmm. A more stylish, high budget knock-off of "Monk". They should just use those old scripts and fire most of the writers. hahaha
04/21/15 at 09:06am

This show seems rather redundant to me especially when you have "Sherlock" on PBS. "Elementary" only makes sense if you have never seen Sherlock Holmes on public television. The series' success proves to me that there are more people than I thought who fall into that category.
03/15/15 at 02:01pm

I know they are trying to make Kitty a sympathetic character but she is annoying and a distraction. It is Watson and Holmes, not Watson, Holmes and Poor Kitty.
12/15/14 at 02:28pm

Earlier this season Johnny Lee Miller has taken the Sherlock's eccentricity too far. When he stood in place and carried on a conversation, it was painful to watch. Too impatient, too jerky, too angry, too condescending. Either one or both hands were always in his pockets and his body bent out of shape in an unnatural way. Getting back to basics of acting so well put by Stanislavsky "I do not believe you!"
If was trying to convey insecurity or excitement, there are less grotesque ways to show it. The only time I saw jerky movements like that, was when Michael J. Fox was trying to hide his Parkinsons in the early days of it...
He seems to be more relaxed in later episodes of Fall/Winter 2014.

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