The BBC has released a new trailer for their upcoming original drama schedule, giving sneak peeks at several shows, including the highly-anticipated Series 3 of “Sherlock.” Missing from the video is any mention of “Doctor Who,” though former star David Tennant and future Doctor Peter Capaldi are both present.
In one of the quick moments from “Sherlock,” Benedict Cumberbatch’s famous detective tells John Watson (Martin Freeman), “The thrill of the chase, the blood pumping through your veins. Just the two of us against the rest of the world.” There’s still no premiere date for “Sherlock.”
Tennant can be seen as lawyer Will Burton in “The Escape Artist,” while Capaldi is shown as Cardinal Richelieu in “The Musketeers,” which will air in 2014. Other shows getting the spotlight include “The Great Train Robbery,” “Quirke,” “Ripper Street,” “What Remains” and “By Any Means.”
Fans will have to continue waiting for a glimpse of the “Doctor Who” 50th anniversary special, which will see former cast members Tennant and Billie Piper return.
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