‘Sherlock’ Season 4 Cancellation News & Spoilers: Benedict Cumberbatch Hints On BBC Drama’s End?

By Georgina Davin, Parent Herald November 30, 05:10 am

"Sherlock" Season 4 will be hitting the small screens soon and fans will finally meet the BBC drama's new villain, Culverton Smith. In a recent interview with Benedict Cumberbatch, the actor hinted on a possible break from the show after series four. Is the series coming to an end?

This article contains spoilers. Read on if you want to learn more about the details of this story.

"Sherlock" Season 4 cancellation news reveals that fans and viewers should brace themselves for a long hiatus after the upcoming episodes of the BBC series. In an interview with Benedict Cumberbatch, the actor said that there will be major events in the finale that will require the series to go on a break, reports Wales Online.

"When they watch it they might go 'Oh year, maybe there does need to be a break now because of what happens in it,'" he teased.

Cumberbatch clarified rumors that "Sherlock" Season 4 will be the series finale for the show. The cancellation news began because it took the show quite a long time to release series 4 after airing "The Abominable Bride."

Cumberbatch has also taken the role of "Doctor Strange" and has been taking on major roles in movies. However, Cumberbatch reassured fans that the show is not ending with "Sherlock" Series 4 yet; instead, it will be on a "lull."

"Sherlock" Season 4 spoilers also reveal that Watson and Mary will be able to safely deliver their baby, as Cinema Blend reports on new teaser photos for the upcoming season. There have been speculations that Mary will die from childbirth, but the newly released photos show otherwise.

It also remains to be seen what will happen in "Sherlock" Season 4, which will prompt the show to go on a longer hiatus. Sherlock and Watson will be dealing with a new villain, Culverton Smith, in the new season.

Do you think "Sherlock" Season 4 will be the last? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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