Co-created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, Sherlock stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the new Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as his loyal friend, Doctor. Sherlock ist eine britische Fernsehserie der BBC. Die Autoren Steven Moffat und Mark Gatiss versetzen dabei die von Sir Arthur Conan Doyle geschriebenen Detektivgeschichten in einen modernen Kontext und lassen Sherlock Holmes treffen“ („in which the two arch-enemies meet each other“; Staffel 1, Folge 3). pinede.eu: Sherlock - Staffel 1: Movies & TV.
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Sherlock ist eine britische Fernsehserie der BBC. Die Autoren Steven Moffat und Mark Gatiss versetzen dabei die von Sir Arthur Conan Doyle geschriebenen Detektivgeschichten in einen modernen Kontext und lassen Sherlock Holmes treffen“ („in which the two arch-enemies meet each other“; Staffel 1, Folge 3). Entdecken Sie Sherlock: Season 1 und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Gratis Lieferung möglich. pinede.eu: Finden Sie Sherlock: Season 1 in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. pinede.eu: Sherlock - Staffel 1: Movies & TV. Sherlock Holmes meldet sich zurück und ist jünger, zynischer und energetischer denn je! In der ebenso originellen wie spannenden Neuauflage des. Co-created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, Sherlock stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the new Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as his loyal friend, Doctor. August jeweils sonntags um Uhr. Bereits am 8. August gab die ARD bekannt, sich auch die Rechte an der zweiten Staffel gesichert zu haben.
Entdecken Sie Sherlock: Season 1 und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Gratis Lieferung möglich. Co-created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, Sherlock stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the new Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as his loyal friend, Doctor. pinede.eu: Sherlock - Staffel 1: Movies & TV.
The second episode, " The Blind Banker ", was first broadcast on 1 August Written by Stephen Thompson and directed by Euros Lyn, the episode depicts Holmes being hired by an old university acquaintance to investigate a mysterious break-in at a bank in the City of London.
The first series concluded with " The Great Game ", first broadcast on 8 August The episode introduces the character of archenemy James Moriarty played by Andrew Scott to the series, who sets Holmes deadlines to solve a series of apparently unrelated cases.
Written by Mark Gatiss and directed by McGuigan, "The Great Game" ends with a cliffhanger in which Sherlock and Moriarty reach a standoff involving a bomb attached to a vest removed moments earlier from Watson.
You can't just go back to: 'You have no emotions. Loosely based on "A Scandal in Bohemia", the episode depicts Holmes's quest to retrieve compromising photos of a minor royal held on the camera phone of Irene Adler Lara Pulver , a ruthless and brilliant dominatrix who also trades in classified information extracted from her rich and powerful clients.
Mark Gatiss wrote " The Hounds of Baskerville ", which investigates the strange activities at a military base.
Aware that The Hound of the Baskervilles , first published in , was one of the most famous of Conan Doyle's original stories, Gatiss felt a greater responsibility to include familiar elements of the story than he does when adapting the lesser-known stories.
Directed by McGuigan, the episode was first broadcast on 8 January The second series concluded with " The Reichenbach Fall ".
Steve Thompson wrote the episode, which was directed by Toby Haynes, who had previously directed many of Moffat's Doctor Who episodes.
First broadcast on 15 January , the episode follows Moriarty's plot to discredit and kill Sherlock Holmes, concluding with Holmes appearing to die by suicide.
Moffat felt that he and co-creator Gatiss had outdone Conan Doyle in their version of Holmes' fall and Moffat added that, in that much-discussed sequence, there was still "a clue everybody's missed".
The synopsis for the episode reads "Sherlock has been gone for two years. But someone isn't quite convinced that he's dead. He had a long-standing mistrust of Sherlock, yet is now one of the few people who believes Sherlock is alive, and throughout the episode is trying to convince Lestrade.
Anderson tracks him via various mysterious events from Tibet to New Delhi to Germany in which he seems to be involved and points out that the incidents are getting progressively closer to London.
After the end of the final episode of the second series, Moffat and Gatiss both announced on Twitter that a third series had been commissioned at the same time as series two,  and a part of the resolution to "The Reichenbach Fall" was filmed concurrently with series two.
The episode achieved an official rating of The episode takes place during the wedding reception and the story is told through flashbacks.
The episode title is inspired by The Sign of the Four  and was first broadcast on 5 January This case leads Sherlock into conflict with Charles Augustus Magnussen Lars Mikkelsen , a "terrifying" villain who was introduced as an unnamed villain in episode one.
Mary Morstan and Sherlock Holmes both break into Magnussen's office, where, having surprised each other, Mary shoots Sherlock.
Later, Holmes deduces that Mary was formerly a secret agent , and reveals this to Watson. Holmes and Watson try to get Magnussen arrested, but their attempt fails, and Holmes shoots Magnussen to stop him from blackmailing Mary Watson.
Mycroft arranges that Sherlock will be exiled from the United Kingdom instead of being tried for murder. As Sherlock's plane takes off, every video screen in London broadcasts the image of Moriarty, and Sherlock is recalled to deal with the crisis associated with Moriarty's potential return.
On 2 July , it was announced there would be a special episode broadcast between the third and fourth series. Filming began on 5 January and wrapped on 10 February We wouldn't have done the story we're doing, and the way we're doing it, if we didn't have this special.
It's not part of the run of three episodes. So we had this to do it … It's kind of in its own little bubble. In October , the title of the episode was announced.
By October , a fourth series was commissioned, with scripts planned. In January , Moffat stated that a fifth series had been plotted by himself and Gatiss;  however, by the release of the fourth series in January , they had not yet decided whether to produce it.
The show has received critical acclaim, sustaining positive reviews across its first three series. However, its fourth series received mixed reviews.
It has the finesse of Spooks but is indisputably Sherlock Holmes. The deduction sequences are ingenious, and the plot is classic Moffat intricacy.
It understands that Holmes isn't really about plot but about charisma Flagrantly unfaithful to the original in some respects, Sherlock is wonderfully loyal to it in every way that matters.
Critic Victoria Thorpe said, "Freeman's dependable, capable Watson unlocks this modern Holmes, a man who now describes himself as 'a high-functioning sociopath '.
Conan Doyle fans were generally appreciative. Gwilym Mumford, for The Guardian , suggested that "this has to do with the fact that Moffat and Gatiss are enormously knowledgeable about Conan Doyle's work, and their reimagining incorporates big- and small-screen adaptations of Holmes, as well as the original stories.
As Gatiss puts it: 'Everything is canonical. But it doesn't feel like cheating; more like an open relationship, agreed by both parties.
In , Sherlock was ranked 60th on The Guardian' s list of the best TV shows of the 21st century. Despite this, some psychologists have taken issue with Sherlock claiming to be "a high functioning sociopath," in response to being called a psychopath this claim is asserted throughout the show.
One in particular pointed out that sociopath is just an outdated term for psychopath, the fact that psychopaths do not admit their psychopathy, and that in general Sherlock does not evidence psychopathic behaviour.
Specifically, his coldness is because of his assertion of logical reasoning, rather than an inability to feel otherwise as well as emotions of guilt, regret and acceptance of failure he is shown to have.
The third series became the UK's most watched drama series since An average The fourth series opened with Cumberbatch was nominated for Best Actor.
Andrew Scott won 's Best Supporting Actor, beating Freeman, for his work in the second series, which was nominated in other categories.
The first series also won the Arqiva award for the "best terrestrial show" at the Edinburgh International Television Festival.
BBC Books published some of Conan Doyle's original collections and novels as tie-in editions, with cover art featuring Cumberbatch and Freeman.
They featured introductions by Gatiss and Moffat respectively. According to Radio Times , the popularity of Sherlock has led to a resurgence in the sales of the original Conan Doyle stories.
In Japan, a manga adaptation of the series illustrated by Jay was serialised in Kadokawa 's Young Ace magazine from 4 October BBC Online published several tie-in websites relating to the show's fictional world.
These were written by Joseph Lidster , who had also contributed to the Doctor Who tie-in websites. Two websites — thescienceofdeduction.
There are also several blogs about "unseen" cases that do not feature on television. The show's popularity resulted in enquiries for coats similar to Sherlock's, reported retailer Debenhams.
Garment manufacturer Belstaff put the wool trench coat worn by Benedict Cumberbatch back into production before the series had ended.
Perhaps they noted the effect Cumberbatch, by no means your standard telly hunk, had on lady viewers […] and decided it must have something to do with the clobber.
So it is that Britain's latest men's style icon is a fictional asexual sociopath first seen onscreen hitting a corpse with a horse whip.
Surely not even the great detective himself could have deduced that was going to happen. The experience was written by Moffat and Gatiss, and would feature audio and video scenes with "original Sherlock cast members".
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Holmes is assisted by his flatmate, Dr John Watson, who has returned from military service in Afghanistan. Although the series depicts a variety of crimes and perpetrators, Holmes' conflict with his archenemy Jim Moriarty Andrew Scott is a recurring feature.
The police investigate a series of deaths related to people who all appear to have committed suicide by taking a poisonous pill.
They turn to their unofficial consultant, Sherlock Holmes, who deduces various elements pointing to a serial killer.
Meanwhile, Holmes is introduced to John Watson, a former soldier who served in Afghanistan, and the pair immediately move into a flat in Baker Street.
John Watson slowly gets to know and trust Sherlock despite police officer Sally Donovan Vinette Robinson warning him that Holmes is a psychopath and will one day be responsible for murder.
Sherlock's brother Mycroft Mark Gatiss , at first not revealing his identity, arranges a meeting with Watson and asks whether he will spy on Sherlock for money, but John refuses.
After a series of incidents, the person responsible for the deaths, a taxicab driver Phil Davis , reveals that his victims took their own lives by playing a game of Russian roulette with two pills: one fatally poisonous, the other safe.
Before Sherlock can play the cabbie's game, John shoots the cabbie from an opposite building. Before he dies, the taxicab driver reveals that " Moriarty " was his sponsor.
Sherlock is hired by an old friend to investigate a mysterious break-in at a bank in the City. He discovers that symbols spray-painted onto an office wall are a coded message intended for an employee of the bank, who is later discovered dead in his flat.
The next day, a journalist is killed and the same symbols are found nearby. Sherlock and John follow a trail of clues that link the two dead men to a Chinese smuggling ring, who are trying to retrieve a valuable item that one of the dead men stole.
Sherlock eventually cracks the coded message based on Suzhou numerals and a book cipher , but not before John and his date, Sarah, are kidnapped by the criminals, who believe that John is Sherlock.
Sherlock rescues them, but the leader of the gang escapes. Later, the leader of the gang is in communication with her superior, who is identified by the initial "M".
She is then shot by a sniper. Sherlock is commissioned by Mycroft to investigate the suspicious death of a government employee, who was working on a top-secret defence project: the Bruce-Partington Project.
As Sherlock solves the cases, he finds links between them. After clearing up the original case regarding the government employee, Sherlock tries to force his unseen adversary to reveal himself.
Near the end of the episode, Sherlock and "Jim Moriarty" Andrew Scott reach a standoff, where Jim reveals that he is responsible for the crimes.
In the final seconds, Sherlock Holmes points his gun at a bomb on the floor that had been strapped to John. Moriarty chooses to let Sherlock and John go after receiving a phone call.
Some time later, Mycroft hires Sherlock and John to retrieve compromising photos of a minor royal, which are held on the camera phone of Irene Adler Lara Pulver , a ruthless and brilliant dominatrix who also trades in classified information extracted from her rich and powerful clients.
Sherlock obtains Adler's phone, but discovers it is booby-trapped and requires a code to disarm it. When Adler discovers that the CIA are on her trail, she disappears and is then apparently killed, only to reappear to ask John to get her camera phone back from Sherlock.
Weeks later when the coast is clear, Adler tricks Sherlock into deciphering a coded message on her phone which she obtained from another well-connected client.
She sends the message to Moriarty, who in turn uses it to foil a British counter-terror operation. She almost succeeds in blackmailing Mycroft, but Sherlock finally cracks the password for the phone, leaving Adler without the protection she needs to survive.
The episode concludes as Mycroft tells John that she has been killed by a terrorist group in Pakistan , while in fact she was secretly rescued by Sherlock.
Sherlock and John are contacted by Henry Knight Russell Tovey , a man traumatised by the death of his father by a monstrous hound on Dartmoor years before.
Investigating Dewer's Hollow, a local spot where the beast was allegedly seen, as well as the nearby Ministry of Defence testing site Baskerville, Sherlock and John uncover a conspiracy wherein one of the Baskerville scientists, Dr.
Frankland Clive Mantle , is continuing the work of H. Sherlock and John discover that the legendary hound is an ordinary dog used for publicity that the hallucinogenic gas makes appear as a demonic monster.
The "hound" that killed Henry's father was actually Frankland wearing a red-lensed gas mask and a T-shirt bearing the logo of the H.
Frankland attempts to flee, but dies when he runs into a minefield. In the final scene, Mycroft releases a confined Jim Moriarty.
Moriarty launches a simultaneous heist on the Tower of London , Bank of England , and Pentonville Prison , crimes for which he allows himself to be captured and put on trial.
He secures not-guilty by intimidating the jury and visits Sherlock, explaining he still intends to "burn" him, taunting him with a "final problem" for him to solve.
He also tries to destroy Sherlock's reputation. The two meet on the roof of a hospital, where Moriarty explains that assassins will kill John, Mrs.
Hudson, and Lestrade if Sherlock does not commit suicide ; he wants Sherlock to do this to cement his story after explaining that his "god code" was a myth.
Moriarty kills himself to force Sherlock to do the same. Sherlock calls John, confesses to being a fraud, states his final "goodbye" and then steps off the roof.
Anderson believes that Sherlock is still alive after the Reichenbach fall. He confides in Lestrade and tells him his theory for his existence. Anderson believes a string of events ranging from Tibet to India to Germany involve Sherlock's assistance, and this is due to Sherlock not being able to stop investigating.
Lestrade tells Anderson that Sherlock is definitely dead and goes to visit John , who has moved out of Baker Street following Sherlock's death.
Lestrade gives John some of Sherlock's old items, including a video message from John's birthday. In the message Sherlock states that he will see John very soon and tells him to have a good birthday without him as he is 'busy'.
Two years after his reported Reichenbach Fall demise, Sherlock, who has been cleared of all fraud charges against him, returns with Mycroft's help to a London under threat of terrorist attack.
He tries to convince John—who has moved on and now has a girlfriend, Mary Morstan Amanda Abbington —to help; however, John is angry that Sherlock did not tell him he was alive.
Instead, Sherlock enlists Molly to assist him, but when John is kidnapped by unknown assailants and is rescued by Sherlock and Mary, John returns to help find the terrorists and an underground plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament during an all-night sitting on Guy Fawkes Night.
It is John and Mary's wedding day and Sherlock is daunted by the task of delivering a Best Man's speech. As part of the speech, he recounts cases they have worked on including a soldier being stalked and somehow stabbed in a locked shower, a ghost dating women he dubs "The Mayfly Man", the last being part of John's disastrous stag night, among others.
Before his speech ends, he realises that a murderer is present among the guests intent on killing John's old friend, Major Sholto.
Sherlock saves the targeted guest, and then informs John and Mary of the meaning of the sign of three; namely that Mary is pregnant.
Stolen letters lead Sherlock into conflict with Charles Augustus Magnussen, "the Napoleon of blackmail" who knows the personal weakness of every person of importance in the Western world.
During the investigation Sherlock is shot and nearly killed by Mary, who is being blackmailed by Magnussen. After waking up from near-death, Sherlock escapes the hospital and lures Mary to an abandoned building, where he tricks her into revealing her false identity and attempted murder while John is listening nearby.
Months later, Sherlock drugs everyone at the Holmes family Christmas party and steals Mycroft's laptop full of state secrets, and he and John take the laptop to Magnussen to trade for all of the files on 'Mary Morstan'.
It is revealed that Magnussen keeps no files; it is all in his near-perfect " mind palace ". To protect John, Mary, and their forthcoming child, Holmes kills Magnussen in front of Mycroft and several other witnesses, and as a result is sent off on a suicidal assignment overseas.
However, he is brought back almost immediately because of a video being broadcast all over England with Jim Moriarty's face asking "Did you miss me?
Sherlock, under the influence of drugs, enters his mind palace to solve a case from Victorian times about a bride shooting herself in the head and rising from the grave to kill her husband.
If he can solve the murder it might lead him to how Moriarty has risen from the grave after similarly shooting himself in the head. He solves the case, and concludes that Moriarty is indeed dead, but "is back".
Sherlock is asked to investigate the mysterious death of a young man, which he solves quickly but he is led into another mystery when a bust of Margaret Thatcher owned by the dead man's father is smashed.
Further busts are smashed and Sherlock discovers that the mystery is linked to Mary and her past as a government agent. A figure from her past is bent on revenge in the belief that Mary betrayed him, but it is discovered that the traitor was the secretary of a British Parliamentary member.
Mary is killed by the secretary when jumping in front of a bullet meant for Sherlock. John blames Sherlock for Mary's death, and their relationship is fractured.
Sherlock is contacted by the daughter of entrepreneur Culverton Smith, who she claims has confessed to a murder, but she does not know who the victim was as her father has used a drug on her that inhibits memory.
Sherlock deduces that her father is a serial killer and sets out to expose him, but he has returned to narcotics use since Mary's death and unable to clearly distinguish his own thoughts from reality.Als er Sherlock kennenlernt, schreibt er über ihre Abenteuer und Share Online Warez. Standard Edition. Translate all reviews to English. Sherlock Season 1 und Watson sprechen sich in der Fernsehserie mit Vornamen an, siezen einander aber in der deutschen Synchronfassung bis zur dritten Staffel, was durchaus passend wirkt und auch in den sorgfältigen, an Vollständigkeit und Werktreue orientierten Neuübersetzungen der Originalgeschichten so gehandhabt wird. Holmes und sein Helfer Dr. Sherlock Holmes ist ein beratender Privatdetektiv mit bemerkenswerten kognitiven Fähigkeiten, der zusammen mit dem ehemaligen Militärarzt Dr. Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Auch seinen Mitbewohner John Watson weiht er zunächst kaum in seine Vorhaben ein, Winnie Markus gibt ihm anfangs lediglich kleine Aufträge, ohne deren Zweck Kareem Abdul-Jabbar erläutern. Namensräume Artikel Diskussion. FREE Shipping.