The Game is ON!
After the Scandal, the Hound and the Fall, revisit the world of the world's only consulting detective, Sherlock Holmes, and his long-suffering faithful friend, Dr. John Watson. Watch interviews and behind-the-scenes video with stars Benedict Cumberbatch (Star Trek Into Darkness) and Martin Freeman (The Hobbit trilogy), and writers and co-creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss (Doctor Who). Test your powers of deduction, discuss cliffhanger theories, venture into the mind of the madman, Moriarty, and more.
Discuss: After the Fall
Riveted by the end of Sherlock season 2? Comment with other fans on the climactic season finale.
Co-Creator Chat Transcripts
Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss took fan questions and gave tantalizing hints of what's ahead for Sherlock.
The Making of Moriarty
Actor Andrew Scott and co-creators Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat take us into the mind of a madman.
Video: Fan Q&A in New York
Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch and producers talk about season two with fans.
From pool's edge to the corridors of power, see character images from Sherlock season 2.
Test your powers of perception and see how they stack up against Sherlock!
Video: Lara Pulver Interview
The Sherlock star on her character Irene Adler, seducing Sherlock and working with Benedict Cumberbatch.
Sherlock 2 Twitter Events
Passionate about Sherlock? Mingle with Masterpiece/PBS insiders, Sherlock experts and other fans during the premiere of each episode.
Video: Benedict Cumberbatch
In this interview from season 1, the Sherlock star discusses putting a 21st-century twist on the iconic detective.
Video: Mark Gatiss & Steven Moffat
The Sherlock co-creators on their boyhood fandom that fueled the series, casting the leads and more.
Sherlock Book & Film Club
Get discussion ideas and test your Sherlockian skills with these Masterpiece Book & Film Club materials.
Sherlock Season 1
Remind yourself how it all began — watch the previews from the first series.
Praise for Sherlock — Seasons 1 and 2
"The appeal is elementary:
good, unpretentious fun."
The New York Times
"Tremendously clever fun"
"What an exhilarating return."
The Independent (London)