The executive producers of BBC’s Sherlock, Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, announced three words today that are meant to define the third series of the show: Rat, Wedding, Bow.
Our friends at The Guardian are reporting the much anticipated announcement was made today at a Sherlock masterclass they gave along with producer Sue Vertue and BAFTA award winning supporting actor Andrew Scott.
Moffat and Gatiss announced three words last series as well. Yesterday, Moffat tweeted “Last year it was Woman, Hound, Fall. This year’s three words revealed tomorrow at#MGEITF #Sherlock Master Class.” We now know these words were direct clues to the three original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stories that the episodes would draw from.
Which old Sherlock Holmes stories do you think they are drawing from this time? Sound off in the comments!