Air date of "Sherlock" Season 3 is fast approaching just as the Christmas Day on which it is set to return with its Christmas Special Mini Episode. Otherwise, the show is set to return with its Episode 1 "The Empty Hearse" on New Year's Day. Just as days are nearing, the show makers are dropping in more and more about it. Over the weekend, few more spoilers of the show emerged over the internet which includes: Synopsis of the Episode 2 "The Sign of Three" and first full teaser trailer. Also, Benedict Cumberbatch the star of the show has dropped hints about his character Sherlock's return from the deadly Reichenbach Fall. Continue to read to find out more about "Sherlock" Season 3. (Spoilers Ahead!)
"Sherlock" Season 3 Episode 2 "The Sign of Three" Synopsis Released: Wedding and a Killed Awaits (Spoilers)
"Sherlock" Season 3 Episode 2 titled "The Sign of Three" is inspired by the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's story titled "The Sign of Four." The episode is set to air on Sunday, Jan. 5, 2014.
Recently, synopsis of "Sherlock" Season 3 Episode 2 "The Sign of Three" was released. Curious fans can read the synopsis below:
"Sherlock faces his biggest challenge of all - delivering a Best Man's speech on John's wedding day. But all isn't quite as it seems. Mortal danger stalks the reception - and someone might not make it to the happy couple's first dance. Sherlock must thank the bridesmaids, solve the case and stop a killer."
The synopsis of "Sherlock" Season 3 Episode 2 clearly tells that the genius detective Sherlock Holmes' friend John Watson is set to marry in the show's second segment. But, the most anticipated wedding of the show is threatened by potential danger and a killer.
Watson will be marrying Mary Morsten played by Amanda Abbington who Watson may have met in the two years gap while Sherlock has been in hiding.
Benedict Cumberbatch Teases Episode the Answer to "The Reichanbach Fall"
"Sherlock" Season 3 Episode 1 "The Empty Hearse" as suggested has a reunion in store of the long separated friends and confederates Sherlock and Watson. Along with that, there also lies an answer to the most anticipated questions related to "Sherlock" Season 2 Episode 3 "The Reichenbach Fall."
Fans of the show have been curiously waiting to know how their favorite character Sherlock Holmes survived the deadly jump from St. Bart hospital.
Benedict Cumberbatch the leading light of the BBC's show "Sherlock" has hinted that the fans are in for a "treat."
Episode 1 "The Empty Hearse" will provide the answer to the very question.
"I think you're in for a treat... I was too curious not to ask and figure it out myself, I think I sort of got into the same obsession that the nation did before we did it," said "Sherlock's" star himself Benedict Cumberbatch while talking to Digital Spy.
"My personal preference is being surprised in the moment of watching something rather than knowing ahead of time. But I also understand why everyone's desperate to know because it's frustrating. It's witty and loving and intelligent enough for people to actually really enjoy it," added Benedict Cumberbatch.
What does Martin Freeman has to say about the suspense?
"It's very satisfying... it's Mark Gatiss's script that we're doing and it's rather beautiful, as I would hope and expect. It's great," said Martin Freeman who plays John Watson in the show.
"There were lots and lots of theories and some of them were very good, but the way that we deal with it in this episode I think is really clever and ultimately satisfying. It's difficult because once something is revealed and you've already tried to guess and guess and guess the trick, when it is revealed it's very difficult not to be disappointed. We're not actually dealing with my other job it still has to be grounded in a reality - although it's a very heightened reality," continued Martin Freeman.
"Sherlock" Season 3 Full Teaser Trailer Released by BBC
Besides spoilers about "Sherlock" Season 3 Episode 1 "The Empty Hearse" and Episode 2 "The Sign of Three," show's first full-length teaser trailer has also been released by BBC.
1 minute long video teases about Sherlock's return after two years. He has been away, pretending to be dead since he took the jump in the last aired episode titled "The Reichenbach Fall." While the trailer shows Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock preparing to return, it also shows his friend Watson perturbed due to his friend's absence.
Watch the full length trailer of Sherlock Season 3 below to find out more.
Video: Sherlock Season 3 Launch Trailer-BBC One
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