Sherlock has been popular among viewers since it first premiered in 2010, and the show’s star Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock Holmes) has become a household name with both an avid fan base and widespread critical acclaim. In fact, the BBC recently announced that Sherlock will be returning for four new episodes set to air in 2017. So what makes this British crime drama so appealing? Well, according to Cumberbatch himself, it’s his character that’s responsible for the success of the show, as well as its longevity. Benedict Cumberbatchs Influence on Sherlock Appeal

The appeal of TV shows

Have you ever sat down to watch your favorite TV show and couldn’t stop yourself from binge-watching several episodes? Well, maybe it isn’t just your favorite actors or addictive plot that makes TV shows so hard to turn off. Maybe it’s their scheduling.

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What makes it stand out?

What makes Benedict’s interpretation of Holmes so endearing and lovable? His posh British accent, his dreamy eyes and boyish demeanor, or is it something else? Does he have a more powerful and subtle influence that drives fans crazy with love for his version of Sherlock? Consider how he uses his voice to create a unique presence in each scene. Listen to how differently he speaks to Anderson as opposed to Watson. It’s as if he creates two completely different characters when engaged in conversation.

Why do people love watching it?

So, what makes watching it such a pleasure? The show’s two leads – Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as Doctor John Watson – seem to have a special chemistry with each other that makes all of their interactions fun and enjoyable to watch. Plus, there are some seriously impressive TV villains – from Mark Gatiss’s excellent Moriarty to Andrew Scott’s chilling Jim Moriarty. Even if you haven’t yet seen Sherlock for yourself, many of your friends might have!

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What drives fans crazy?

It’s difficult to pinpoint why exactly fans are so crazy about Benedict Cumberbatch and his portrayal of Sherlock Holmes, but it does have a lot to do with his distinctive mannerisms and expressions. Nowhere is it more evident than in an early scene from season 2, where Holmes and Watson encounter Irene Adler (Lara Pulver) at an opera. As they sit down, Holmes whispers something mysterious into Watson’s ear that causes him to blush.

Benedict Cumberbatchs Influence on Sherlock Appeal
Benedict Cumberbatchs Influence on Sherlock Appeal

Why do people keep tuning in?

Benedict Cumberbatch’s influence can be seen everywhere, from social media to magazines. With both an English and American fanbase, he is more popular than ever. Everyone knows of his role as John Harrison in Star Trek Into Darkness, but they also recognize him from playing Stephen Hawking in Hawking and Stuart Little in Stuart Little. It was that first show that started it all; however, it was not even a real show!

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When it comes to using hashtags, there are two things that matter: relevance and quality. If you’re looking to get a few more eyes on your content, it’s important that your hashtags are relevant, or no one will bother clicking. Using low-quality hashtags (e.g., using #fashion when you post a picture of your dinner) may earn you a few extra clicks, but don’t count on conversions unless you have an enormous following with tons of loyal fans.

Planning a trip around your favorite show?

Britain is a great place to travel for fans of Benedict Cumberbatch. If you plan on making a trip to London, why not plan your trip around one of his shows? An Evening with Mark Gatiss and Friends runs from September 7th through September 15th.

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