For those of you like myself who love BBC's Sherlock series, you'll be happy to know that the third season will start shooting next week with Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, who have both become big movie stars since the series started. The cast got together and did the first read-through for Season 3 today.
Emmy-nominated director Paul McGuigan, who worked on four of the first six episodes, will not be back to direct any episodes this next season. He's currently set to direct the Frankenstein film with 20th Century Fox that includes Daniel Radcliffe as Igor. He's also working with Cumberbatch on a movie called The Man Who, about the life of Beatles manager Brian Epstein, which should prove to be another great film.
Deadline reports that Jeremy Lovering (In Fear) will direct the first episode of the new Sherlock season. They also say that Colm McCarthy (Doctor Who) is also set to direct one of the episodes.
I can't wait to see where the story goes, and I hope this won't be the last season!