16 Mar 2021: Maybe one day: Benedict Cumberbatch hints at 'Sherlock' Season 5
British actor Benedict Cumberbatch has just revealed the possibility of the fifth season of BBC TV series Sherlock.
Cumberbatch toyed with the idea during an interview with Collider while promoting his upcoming film The Courier.
The much-loved show about the detective contained 13 episodes across four seasons (yes, that's all). The fourth season had ended in 2017 and fans clearly want more.
Statement: Cumberbatch believes in 'never say never' attitude
When asked about the possibility of another season, Cumberbatch replied that he honestly doesn't know the answer but he believes in a 'never say never' attitude.
He talked about his and co-actor Martin Freeman's busy schedule. Freeman was seen as Dr. John Watson.
"Maybe it could be a film rather than a series. Who knows? But anyway, not for now, (sic)" he added.
Sherlock: Sherlock is based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's detective stories
Sherlock is a British television series based on the stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, Cumberbatch was seen as Sherlock Holmes in the limited series. Safe to say, fans absolutely loved him in the character.
The series has been nominated and won awards across multiple categories in esteemed ceremonies like the Golden Globe, Emmys, and BAFTA.