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SHERLOCK The Reichenbach Fall Promo Images
The downfall of having a short three episode series, as BBC’s Sherlock has, is it’s over before you even get to appreciate it. Sherlock’s final episode for its second series, “The Reichenbach Fall,” is set to air this Sunday and with that Sherlock will be over for another year (assuming it gets renewed, which it most likely will). I don’t know about the rest of the world, but this makes me very sad. But I can worry about that later, as for now I’m more concerned with these promo images for the series finale.
Straight from BBC, we have a nice handful of images to “The Reichenbach Fall,” and while they are good solid pictures of Sherlock doing his thing, I’m a little disappointed Moriarty didn’t make it into any of these. He’s had a very imposing presence over this series and I just assumed he would be included in the promotional material. Who we do have is Louise Brealey back as Molly and Katherine Parkinson as Kitty Riley.
It’s important to know your history of Arthur Conan Doyle’s books to understand the importance of this episode. It will be based on Doyle’s The Final Problem which featured Sherlock and Moriarty’s battle of wits and ended with the two of them seemingly plummeting to their deaths at the Reichenbach Falls, where the episode gets its title from. Don’t be surprised if we see a very similar scenario play out. What I’m most interested in is how Sherlock will do it differently, as last years Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows also featured the scene.