Sherlock Fans Went Mad After This Teasing Tweet

Good news for Cumber-fans: Mark Gatiss, producer, writer and actor for BBC’s Sherlock has provided an update on the fourth series of the show, which stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman as Sherlock and his investigatory sidekick, Dr Watson. Yesterday (March 29) Gatiss tweeted the below photo of a skull wearing some glasses, an item from the set of Sherlock season four, where production has started. 

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The update follows a recent one-off episode, which aired on New Year’s Day on BBC One – it was called ‘The Abominable Bride’ and, by all accounts, it was not quite such a charming offering as fans were used to. Not exactly abominable though. There’s every hope that the new series will be even better than what’s come before, and although we’ll probably have to wait until 2017 before we see any of it, it’s good to know that it’s finally in production. Twitter was certainly happy to see Gatiss’ update, with fans going absolutely mad…

Samantha and the others were pretty excited 

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Seriously excited.

https://twitter.com/bex_prideaux/status/715282078271741952

https://twitter.com/StangoFederica/status/715197393239678976

Rens had a more measured response

Then Mrs Thomas remembered what happened over Christmas

https://twitter.com/EYorksPud/status/715225221876346880

And Rob produced the tweet equivalent of ‘pfffffft’

It’s gonna be better than that, though, right?

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