August 22nd, 2013 by Anna Howell.
Both Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman have found global recognition, admiration and fame following the success of the hit BBC detective series, Sherlock.
Both have had their pick of prime time TV slots and Hollywood films since their casting, sparking fears that when the delayed third series was finally ready to start filming, both wouldn’t have the time or inclination to re-join the cast, dazzled too much by all the shiny new doors of opportunity currently piling up in front of them.
Of course we had nothing to worry about as both actors are as much English gentlemen as their characters, which is one of the reasons they are both so well loved, and have since both come out to declare that they will stay loyal to the show and play the characters for as long as the show wants them too.
So, with that in the bag and the next two series already signed for, show runner Steven Moffat has now opened up admitting that the show actually couldn’t continue without either actor.
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