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‘Sherlock’ beats the Queen in festive TV ratings
    2017-01-04  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    《神探夏洛克》第四季收视率超女王圣诞致辞

    Overnight ratings show about 8.1 million people tuned in to see the return of “Sherlock” on BBC One on Sunday.

    That means it was the UK’s second-most watched program of the festive period — behind the New Year’s Eve fireworks, which were watched by 11.6 million.

    The ratings of the first episode of the fourth series also beat that of the Queen’s Christmas message by almost one million.

    The new episode, entitled “The Six Thatchers,” was based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s story “The Adventure of the Six Napoleons” and involved six smashed statues of the former UK prime minister.

    The show, in which Cumberbatch plays Holmes as a haughty* detective* to Martin Freeman’s calm, practical John Watson, has been a critical success and multiple award winner. It catapulted Cumberbatch to fame all over the world.

    “I’m in a new series of Sherlock, it’s series four. It’s very exciting, it really has been fantastically rich and challenging and new. That’s the thing that keeps me coming back for more,” Cumberbatch said.

    The program’s overnight ratings were slightly down compared with those for last year’s New Year’s Day one-off “Sherlock” special, which had 8.4 million.

    The new series is available on China’s video streaming site Youku.com, which has received over 6 million viewings and generated heated discussions among Chinese fans.

    Many fans said the plot* is not as attractive as the previous episodes and some blamed the heroine died too early and too suddenly.

    (SD-Agencies)Benedict Cumberbatch is back as Sherlock for the new three-part series. SD-Agencies

 

 

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