Sherlock
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The Best TV Shows of 2012 | 16 Jan 2013 // 4:10 PM

Thanks to imports and cable channel choices, the year in TV was very interesting indeed. Where else can classical detectives meet with their updated complements, or sullen 20-somethings smirk at their ancient societal/criminal betters? Oh, and don't forget squid.

Steam-Powered Hard Drive: Sherlock Holmes As Modern Superhero From 1887-2012 | 29 Aug 2012 // 5:12 PM

As the world continues to celebrate Sherlock Holmes, PopMatters takes readers on a tour of the famous fictional phenomenon that spans books, radio, television and films.

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Land of Soap and Glory: An Ode to British TV | 17 Nov 2015 // 8:30 PM

If you type the word “doctor” in the Wikipedia search box, “Doctor Who” appears ahead of “doctorate”. Now that’s cultural relevance for you.

The Way We Watch Television: 'Sherlock' By the Numbers | 12 Jun 2013 // 5:30 PM

A survey of Sherlock fans supports what broadcasters have long suspected: international viewers won't wait for new episodes on cable when the Internet is oh, so close to home.

//Reviews

'Sherlock' Season Four: The Russian Roulette of Relationships | 29 Jan 2017 // 8:45 PM

Sherlock Holmes is tempted, tortured, and tested -- all in the name of love.

'Sherlock': "The Six Thatchers" Goes Beyond Disappointing Into Downright Nonsense | 9 Jan 2017 // 4:00 AM

Holmes spends "The Six Thatchers" hoping for a better plot to unravel, and I can't blame him.

//Blogs

'Episodes': The Transnational Televisual Extravaganza | 25 Mar 2011 // 1:00 AM

As with so many trends, the increasing prevalence of transnational television is either a building block in a utopian post-national society enabled by the democratising power of new media, or the inevitable by-product of the audience fragmentation and personal atomisation occasioned by new media.

'Sherlock' Is Divorced from Reality, Yet Deeply In-Tune with an Irresistible Alternate Reality | 3 Dec 2010 // 6:30 AM

The modern Sherlock Holmes is so compelling because he is a modern intellectual appealing to audiences who, for the most part, live in a world dissociated from intellectualism.

//News

TV’s ‘Sherlock’ widens viewers’ familiarity with British actor | 14 May 2012 // 5:35 AM

LOS ANGELES — If the title character of television’s “Sherlock” ever went looking for Hollywood’s Holmes, it would be the quickest case in the

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'Fire Emblem Heroes' Is a Bad Crossover

// Moving Pixels

"Fire Emblem Heroes desperately and shamelessly wants to monetize our love for these characters, yet it has no idea why we came to love them in the first place.

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