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SHERLOCK The Hounds of Baskerville TV Tease
If you tuned in for the second season premiere of Sherlock then you were likely as blown away as I was by the quality of that first episode, which in turn has you unyieldingly excited for Episode 2, “The Hounds of Baskerville.” Who needs more than three episodes per season when the ones you get are 90 minutes long and packed full of everything you expect from a Sherlock Holmes adaptation? And now we’re moving into a slightly more mysterious case involving a demon dog? Terrific!
“The Hounds of Baskervilles” can be summed up well enough in the teaser video below. It gives us everything we need to know about the upcoming episode, but it has one major flaw: it’s too bloody short! But I can’t really fault it for that, can I? The teasers can only be so long. There’s so much awesome packed in to these extra long episodes that it must be incredibly difficult to decide which clips to use for a 30 second teaser.
Moving on to the episode itself, we have Russell Tovey guest starring as a man who’s being haunted by a great big canine. This certainly is a tad different from the usually murders Sherlock and Watson are used to. My favorite detective stories always have a tinge of the supernatural to them. I rather enjoy watching someone like Sherlock explain supernatural events logically and scientifically. Needless to say, this causes my excitement for “Baskervilles” to double, maybe even triple.