‘Sherlock’ Season 4 Update: Moriarty Has A Cryptic Warning In Latest Teaser, Impending Calamity To Test Sherlock & Watson
"Sherlock" season 4 latest teaser sends off a creepy message to fans, showing Sherlock's long-dead enemy Jim Moriarty with a cryptic message. More so, series creators teased that an impending calamity will test the detective and his devoted assistant John Watson.
The latest promo for "Sherlock" season 6 was shown on the big screen during London's Piccadilly Circus, Digital Spy reported. For a brief period, one of Sherlock's (Benedict Cumberbatch) dead enemies returns on the big screen asking if he is missed. While the video started off with an unexciting tone, it quickly changed when it showed Moriarty (Andrew Scott).
This tiny bit of revelation connects the series' season three finale, with Sherlock returning from his short exile after Moriarty's videos went viral on social media. However, it should be noted that Moriarty already died after he shot his head two years ago. Now fans are mystified once more on how could the Great Detective's enemy return to "Sherlock" season 6.
However, some believe that this may one of Culverton Smith's - Sherlock's psychotic nemesis -- doing. It was earlier reported that Cumberbatch promised "Sherlock" season 6 will tie up loose plot ends in amazing ways that only co-creators Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat can think of. Gatiss also added there's a slim chance of getting the whole story leaked since some plot details are never written down.
Meanwhile, spoilers from USA Today said that the climax of "Sherlock" season 6 will end in a massive emotional fallout that will threaten the relationship between John (Martin Freeman) and Sherlock. This will be a devastating time for Sherlock as he develops a close friendship with John, coming from being an eccentric recluse in the past. In fact, he already got along with this brother Mycroft (Gatiss). If Sherlock and John can withstand this great test, then they would withstand anything, Amanda Abbington (John's wife Mary) said.