‘Sherlock’ Season 4 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Mark Gatiss Reveals Major Details; Moriarty Confirmed Dead; Cancellation Is Possible

Millions of fans are now excited for the upcoming premiere of “Sherlock” Season 4. However, with the forecasted death of Sherlock Holmes in the fourth installment, avid viewers of the BBC series are convinced that the new season is going to be the last.

Unreality TV shared Mark Gatiss recently spoke to TVLine where he revealed some interesting details about “Sherlock” Season 4. In the interview, the co-creator of the “Sherlock” series stated that he is also unsure on the future of the popular show.

“We honestly don’t know. These three [episodes], we’ve very, very pleased with them. And everybody’s very keen to carry on. It’s just genuinely difficult to schedule everyone’s diaries,” Mark Gatiss said of “Sherlock” Season 4. “It was a nightmare to schedule this season… and that’s not going to go away. I mean, the success of Doctor Strange is not going to make Benedict short of work.”

Moreover, Gatiss has highlighted that Moriarty actually died in the second season, which clearly states that the character is going to be a no-show in “Sherlock” Season 4. The BBC series; co-creator has also divulged that Watson’s baby would bring a lot of fun in the show.

“It creates a different dynamic. Now I must stress, although we have a lot of fun with it, it doesn’t mean that Sherlock has become Two Men, a Woman and a Baby,” Mark Gatiss has told TVLine about “Sherlock” Season 4. But we do have fun with it, because there’s fun to be had. [Sherlock] treats it like a case. It’s a set of problems to be solved. But babies don’t respond to logic in the same way.”

“Sherlock” Season 4 is set to come back in small screens starting Sunday, January 2, 2017, at 9 P.M. ET. Watch the official trailer below.

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