As CBS' 'Elementary' prepares to build toward its first season finale, possibly introducing Sherlock Holmes' greatest nemesis Moriarty, we've seen the series assemble some serious star power. Not only will Vinnie Jones' Sebastian Moran return, and 'Game of Thrones' star Natalie Dormer portray Sherlock's only love Irene Adler, but 'The Mummy' star Arnold Vosloo has been tapped to join the finale in a mysterious new role. Might he turn out to be the dastardly professor after all?
Earlier today we learned a few choice spoilers for the 'How I Met Your Mother' two-part season 8 finale, but it seems the CBS department had no intention of stopping there. The latest release from the eye network offers up episode descriptions for a whopping 18 upcoming series finales, including 'The Big Bang Theory,' 'Elementary,' 'How I Met Your Mother' and more, so get an inside scoop on all your favorite CBS shows' finales inside!
While we wait for the return of the BBC's modern-day 'Sherlock,' CBS' 'Elementary' has continued crafting its own unique modern-day take on the iconic literary detective, one that has teased us all season long of Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller's) past love affair with Irene Adler. Now, as CBS' 'Elementary' moves toward its first season finale, breakout 'Game of Thrones' star Natalie Dormer has officially signed on for a major role as Adler, but will her story carry into the present?
Earlier in the broadcast year CBS implied on a number of occasions that their 2013-2014 lineup would remain relatively consistent given their strong performances across the board, and today that proves to be true. The indomitable eye network has announced the renewals of 18 major series, including dramas, comedies and unscripted fare, but which major series were left off the list? Find out who's in and who's out at CBS inside!
Even though 'Elementary's producers originally teased that Sherlock Holmes' iconic nemesis James Moriarty would be reserved for a later season, this past week's "M." officially introduced the character into the CBS' series canon when guest star Vinnie Jones heralded his coming as the sinister Sebastian Moran. So with Sherlock's greatest nemesis waiting in the wings, how will the rest of the season play out? Will we meet the famous villain before 'Elementary's first season end? Find out the latest on 'Elementary's Moriarty inside!
As Sherlock Holmes continues his rise back into pop culture prominence, through everything from a potential threequel to the Guy Ritchie/Robert Downey Jr. movies, and BBC's hotly anticipated third series of 'Sherlock,' we've turned to CBS' own modern adaptation 'Elementary' for our deduction fix. Despite earlier claims to the contrary, it seems 'Elementary' is preparing to introduce Sherlock's greatest nemesis in "M." but is Vinnie Jones really that famed literary antagonist we're all speculating?
Apart from the initial comparisons to fellow modern day Sherlock Holmes tale 'Sherlock,' CBS' Holmes-ian procedural 'Elementary' aroused one question from viewers: how long would it be before the dastardly Professor Moriarty would be introduced? Producers have kept mum on whether or not the famed literary antagonist would appear by the end of the season, but does a new villain to be introduced in 'Elementary's post-Superbowl episode fit the bill? Find out inside!
In a month that's seen a number of surprising additional orders and even a few cancellations, CBS has decided its likes the odds on both 'Vegas' and 'Elementary.' Both the Dennis Quaid-fronted period drama and the Sherlock Holmes adaptation will see additional orders bringing them up to full seasons, but are the orders justified? And what does the eye have to say about renewing its freshman dramas, while cancelling others?
As candid as we've come to expect 'Sherlock' and eventual 'Star Trek 2' star Benedict Cumberbatch to be, it seems the popular UK thesp is retracing his steps in an effort to clear up his words. Recently, a number of outlets picked up Cumberbatch's comments toward friend and fellow actor Jonny Lee Miller over his decision to move forward with CBS' own modern-day Sherlock Holmes adaptation 'Elementary,' but is it apology or accusation?
With all the controversy still surrounding CBS' forthcoming Sherlock Holmes adaptation 'Elementary' (as 'Sherlock's Benedict Cumberbatch still talks about it), it's easy to forget that the series itself will prove pretty interesting. We saw the pilot episode at Comic-Con 2012 and have to say, 'Elementary' is definitely worthy of a little buzz. But while we wait for announcements of Holmes' classic literary characters gracing the series, what 'Newsroom' star is coming to his aide?