SHERLOCK co-creator Steven Moffat has admitted he fears stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman will become too famous to film the TV show.
The third series of the BBC1 detective drama begins filming in March. It will be broadcast this autumn.
Speaking at the Radio Times cover party, Steven said: “It’s a problem by accident and design. We do have two of the biggest film stars in the world playing the leads in our show. But they seem to like doing it and we hope we can hang on to them for a bit.”
And why wouldn’t they?
But Benedict and Martin aren’t the only ones in demand. Writer Steven is also busy with Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary in November.
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