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So, the final problem has been solved and Moffat & Gatiss have confirmed that this could be the end for Sherlock.
We’d be very surprised if a fifth season doesn’t happen at some point, but it seems a safe bet that it’ll be a decent wait (even by Sherlock hiatus standards) until we get another trio of adventures.
In the meantime, let’s take a look back at all 13 episodes so far, ranked from worst to best…
13. The Blind Banker
The pedestrian direction and small-fry nature of the case-of-the-week don’t sink this to the bottom rung so much as its deeply frustrating Yellow Peril plot, in which Chinese People Are Evil Except For The Attractive Female Anglophile.
This article was originally written for CultBox.co.uk. You can read the rest of it here.