Sherlock season 4 is nearing its airdate, and fans can't wait to see stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman back on the case.
Of course, Cumberbatch and Freeman have become much bigger stars since their humble Sherlock beginnings; both actors have become big movie stars, with Cumberbatch having headlined franchises like Star Trek and Marvel's Doctor Strange, while Freeman led The Hobbit trilogy and even joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a supporting role during Captain America: Civil War.
It's only fitting then, that both stars have their new big-screen status honored the right way: by having Sherlock season 4's final episode get a movie theater release!
BBC announced that Sherlock season 4's third and final epiosde (titled "The Final Problem") will be showing in US theaters on January 16th and 18th at 7pm local time.
Collider pointed out the info, adding that Sherlock will be showing in about 350 cinemas, and will include 15 minutes of extras the TV version doesn't have. Fans can get tickets for the event at FathomEvents.com.
"Sherlock season four begins with the mercurial Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch), back once more on British soil as Doctor Watson (Martin Freeman) and his wife Mary (Amanda Abbington) prepare for their biggest challenge yet: becoming parents."
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Season 4 of Sherlock is set to introduce a new villain who has been called the most terrifying to date. If the new baddie has any sort of connection to Moriarty, he might have the answer to Sherlock's final problem - and fans may finally learn its answer later next year.
Sherlock Series 4 debuts on New Year's Day, Jan. 1 2016 on the BBC. Sherlock airs as part of PBS' Masterpiece in the United States.