Sherlock fans who have eagerly been awaiting further news abut the show will soon have the chance to ask all the questions they want: the hit BBC drama will make its first-ever appearance at the San Diego Comic-Con this month, EW is reporting.
The Sherlock panel will include creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss (who also serve as executive producers and writers for the show), as well as producer Sue Vertue. Unfortunately, neither Benedict Cumberbatch nor Martin Freeman will make appearances (both actors have been busy with film projects), but PBS is promising “surprises.”
The exact day and time of the panel will be released by Comic-Con tomorrow, and the event itself will run from from July 18 – 21.
While there had been speculation that the third season might premiere sometime in late 2013/early 2014, EW has now confirmed that Sherlock will air in the U.S. in 2014 on PBS. Perhaps Moffat will reveal an exact air date at the Comic-Con panel. The show will, of course, premiere earlier in the U.K. — most likely late this year.