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  1. Scoop: ELEMENTARY on CBS - Saturday, June 13, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | BroadwayWorld.com

    "The Eternity Injection" - When a nurse Watson used to work with asks for her help finding their missing acquaintance, the woman's trail leads Watson and Holmes to another person who has disappeared. Also, SHERLOCK struggles with his sobriety when he finds the recovery process monotonous, on a rebroadcast of ELEMENTARY , on a special night and time, Saturday, June 13 , on the CBS Television Network.

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  2. Benedict Cumberbatch voicemail show could be headed for TVRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Radio Times

    ... messages left by agents, taxi drivers, co-stars and even the subjects' parents. The first episode will focus on Sherlock star Cumberbatch with subsequent editions imagining the voicemails left for Barack Obama, Harry Potter creator JK Rowling and ...

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  3. Tube Watch: Elementary - A Controlled DescentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Transbuddha.com

    ... ( Lucy Liu ) and the NYPD to search for Alfredo, Holmes agrees to work with Oscar whose entire reason for coming to Sherlock is to tempt the detective back into his old addictions. The story ends with the discovery of the sister, the NYPD's rescue ...

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  4. Meet the BBC drama boss who brought us Sherlock, Call the Midwife, Poldark and Happy ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | Radio Times

    His name is Ben Stephenson, and he's the BBC's controller of drama commissioning, who oversees a budget of nigh on 300m a year and has brought hits such as But they have certainly heard about this lean and likeable 38-year-old in America, where he has just been poached to run the TV department of Bad Robot, the company owned and run by director JJ Abrams . And being a man steeped in television, a medium he loves, he has given his one and only farewell interview to ," says Stephenson sitting in a meeting room at the BBC, an institution where he has worked for ten years .

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  5. A Female Sherlock Holmes? It Ought to Be ElementaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Psychology Today

    Sherlock Holmes is one of the most beloved characters of the last 100+ years. From a media psychologists' perspective, the love of all things Sherlock is no mystery at all.

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  6. Elementary Season 3 Finale Recap - It's All About the H: "A Controlled Descent"Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Celebrity Dirty Laundry

    ... recap below. On tonight's episode, Season 3 ends with Holmes' [Jonny Lee Miller] recovery sponsor disappearing. Sherlock delves into the man's life for clues and questions whether his friend is a victim of foul play or has suffered a relapse into ...

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  7. Elementary Season Finale ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | IGN

    Sherlock's Season 3 may have lost quite a bit of its footing after the character of Kitty Winter exited , but the finale, "A Controlled Descent," managed to take us out of the season on a very interesting, harrowing note. One far more interesting than the Holmes/Watson split at the end Season 2. And in someways, a haunting callback to the Season 1 finale, called "Heroine," when Sherlock faked a drug relapse to lure out Natalie Dormer's Moriarty.

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  8. Elementary Season 3 Finale Recap - It's All About the H:...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Celebrity Dirty Laundry

    ... recap below. On tonight's episode, Season 3 ends with Holmes' [Jonny Lee Miller] recovery sponsor disappearing. Sherlock delves into the man's life for clues and questions whether his friend is a victim of foul play or has suffered a relapse into ...

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  9. Increase The Licence Fee To Save BBC Drama, Says Exiting Chief Behind 'Sherlock' And 'Poldark'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | ContactMusic.com

    Ben Stephenson, the outgoing controller of drama commissioning at the BBC, has said the licence fee needs to be increased, or the broadcaster will be forced to slash its drama output. In his farewell interview with the Radio Times, Stephenson, who helped bring shows such as 'Sherlock' and 'Doctor Who' to British screens, described the BBC as being at a "tipping point" thanks to the licence fee cap.

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  10. Outgoing BBC Drama Chief: "We Need to Increase the License Fee"Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Hollywood Reporter

    The BBC executive who helped bring the likes of Sherlock, Doctor Who and the recent smash hit Poldark to the small screen has called for the license fee that funds the Corporation to be increased to safeguard jobs and save popular shows from the ax. In a farewell interview with the Radio Times , Ben Stephenson , the BBC's drama chief for the last eight years who's leaving to head up J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot's TV division , said that keeping the current $228 license fee at its 2010 level was an effective cut to the BBC's budget when inflation was taken into account, and keeping the fee frozen till March 31 2017 would lead to more significant cuts.

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  11. BBC 'at a tipping point', warns controller of drama commissioning Ben StephensonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Northwich Guardian

    The BBC will be forced to shrink its drama output if the licence fee is cut, a corporation executive, who brought the likes of Poldark, Sherlock, Wolf Hall and Call The Midwife to the small-screen, has said. As the BBC's controller of drama commissioning, Ben Stephenson has been credited with introducing viewers to hit shows like The Missing, Line Of Duty and The Fall.

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  12. BBC 'at a tipping point' warns bossRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Dorsetecho.co.uk

    Programmes like Poldark, starring Aidan Turner, could get cut if the BBC licence fee was under threat, a leading BBC executive has said The BBC will be forced to shrink its drama output if the licence fee is cut, a corporation executive, who brought the likes of Poldark, Sherlock, Wolf Hall and Call The Midwife to the small-screen, has said. As the BBC's controller of drama commissioning, Ben Stephenson has been credited with introducing viewers to hit shows like The Missing, Line Of Duty and The Fall.

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  13. BBC 'at a tipping point' warns controller of drama commissioning, Ben StephensonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Salisbury Journal

    The BBC will be forced to shrink its drama output if the licence fee is cut, a corporation executive, who brought the likes of Poldark, Sherlock, Wolf Hall and Call The Midwife to the small-screen, has said. As the BBC's controller of drama commissioning, Ben Stephenson has been credited with introducing viewers to hit shows like The Missing, Line Of Duty and The Fall.

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  14. Sherlock loses plot at Brit TV awardsRead the original story

    Monday May 11 | The Standard

    Jason Watkins beat out Benedict Cumberbatch to take the best actor honor at Britain's top television awards, while Georgina Campbell was named best actress by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Cumberbatch, who plays Sherlock in the hit series of the same name, has been nominated more times than anyone else in the top BAFTA categories, but had to forgo it once again as Watkins won for his portrayal of the title character in The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies.

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  15. On the Books: Benedict Cumberbatch lends his voice to Franz Kafka's 'Metamorphosis'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

    ... ] You won't have to wait much longer for more Benedict Cumberbatch, but his latest project isn't exactly new. The Sherlock actor narrated Franz Kafka's Metamorphosis a few years ago, and now BBC Radio 4 Extra is airing it on Monday. The literary ...

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  16. Tories are threatening the BBC with drama cuts and fewer jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Mirror.co.uk

    The BBC will be forced to shrink its drama output if the licence fee is cut, according to the executive responsible for bringing Sherlock and Call The Midwife to screen. As the BBC's controller of drama commissioning, Ben Stephenson has been credited with introducing viewers to hit shows like The Missing, Line Of Duty and The Fall.

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  17. The licence fee must be increased says outgoing BBC drama boss Ben StephensonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Radio Times

    As a drama executive Ben Stephenson has overseen some of the BBC's biggest hits of the past eight years, including Sherlock, Doctor Who, Line of Duty and Poldark. He's now leaving the Corporation, having been poached to run the TV department of Bad Robot, the company owned and run by Star Wars and Star Trek director JJ Abrams.

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  18. Sherlock fans made to wait a bit longer for series 4Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | IcNetwork

    Sherlock creator Steven Moffat and star Amanda Abbington spilled some secrets backstage at the Baftas last night about the next series of Sherlock. But it's not all good news Sherlock fans will have to wait at least another year for a full series of the phenomenally popular BBC detective series starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman.

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  19. Baftas 2015: Ant and Dec reign as newcomers topple old starsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | The First Post

    Veteran broadcaster Clive James and drama series Sherlock and Happy Valley have been honoured in this year's Bafta awards for television. The best actor and actress awards went to outsiders, BBC 2 drama Marvellous won two awards and Ant and Dec also picked up two prizes for their ITV show, Saturday Night Takeaway, for the second year in a row.

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  20. Bafta TV Awards 2015: 11 memorable momentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Radio Times

    The Bafta TV Awards are over for another year! The 2015 ceremony brought us many things a bearded Graham Norton, a win for Sherlock in the Radio Times Audience Award and some shock results in the major categories. If you want to relive the entire evening in one giant dollop of live blog madness, click here .

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