Martin Freeman, who plays Dr. John Watson in the hit BBC series ‘Sherlock’ has revealed that the fourth season should premier around about Christmas Time.
While speaking on ‘The Graham Norton Show’, which airs this Friday the actor suggested that ‘Sherlock’ could air in early January, which could possibly mean New Years Day.
“We are back filming now, and the three shows will – I imagine – be out around Christmas,” he said.
The actor went on to talk about how excitable ‘Sherlock’ fans can get when they walk on the set.
“There is always a heightened state of excitement, and we sometimes have to respectfully remind them that we have to be focused and it’s not a live gig!”
Fans will be able to see Martin Freeman in the forthcoming release of ‘Captain America: Civil War’, which will hit all major UK Cinemas tomorrow.
When talking about his ‘Captain America’ role. The actor said he was optimistic that his character of Everett Ross will have a bigger role to play in future Marvel Studios movies.
“I think my character will develop a bit more as I enter the Marvel world more, which seems to be happening,” he commented.
The Graham Norton Show airs tomorrow (April 29) at 10.35pm on BBC One.
You can find out more about future showings of ‘Sherlock’ on the BBC at: www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b018ttws