Watch ‘Sherlock’ Season 4 Premiere Live Streaming Online Or TV, Where To Watch Complete Series [Video]

Benedict Cumberbatch granted an interview with PBS before the Sherlock Season 4 premiere. During the interview, he explained how he developed his Sherlock character.

“Sherlock isn’t just Sherlock, he was a baby, then a child, then an adolescent, then a young adult, and then the 30-year-old that you met in Series One Episode One. We know he’s got a brother called Mycroft and parents but what the hell was his childhood really like? I wanted to know all that information very early on because you’re playing the most adapted and greatest fictional detective of all time.

“You need to have a back story to work off as an actor because what are you doing other than emulating certain airs and graces and mannerisms. What I try to do is underpin all those decisions with an informed understanding of who my character is. “

Also interviewed was Martin Freeman, who plays Dr. John Watson. As Freeman’s character is now married and preparing for fatherhood, he explained how his character’s changes would impact his relationship with Sherlock Holmes. You may read his response below.

“The fact John is with Mary and ensconced in that life and not living at Baker Street anymore changes something in the relationship between John and Sherlock. It wouldn’t be much of a show if it changed it to the extent there was just that domestic life and all we were doing were feeding babies and changing nappies and then Sherlock is off fighting crime on his own.

“It still has to be the same show so there has to be a bit of give and take. Obviously when you get married and have a baby that trumps everything else in real life but for this show John and Sherlock’s friendship has to stay central so it will still be very John and Sherlock centric but the reality is that John has moved on as he did in Conan Doyle’s books – he moved out and had his own life slightly away from that.”

Are you a Sherlock fan? Are you looking forward to tonight’s episode? Check with your local PBS station for air times as well as replays. Keep in mind, those who want to watch Sherlock, live streaming online, will find the simplest option is through your television subscription provider. For example, DirecTV, Dish Network, and Spectrum are just a few of the cable and satellite providers that have apps and online sites where you can watch live streams from your favorite networks. Additionally, more networks are launching their own independent apps, and you will need your television provider’s login information to watch.

Many BBC on demand programs aren’t available to those in the U.S.; however, if you subscribe to a cable or satellite package with the BBC, you can access live streams and online on-demand programming like Sherlock through your account. By checking with your local PBS station online, you’ll find the best way to watch Sherlock live streaming and on demand.

Will you watch Sherlock tonight? Are you going to watch on TV, via live stream, or wait until it’s on demand?

[Featured Image by Todd Antony/Hartswood Films 2016 for Masterpiece/PBS (used with permission)]