The new, three-part series of the BBC's 'Sherlock' launches on the BBC on New Year's Day – with Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman returning to the roles of Sherlock and Watson for what could easily be the final time now that Cumberbatch has become a stratospheric movie star on the back of the success of the Marvel movie 'Doctor Strange'.
Now you can celebrate the occasion by buying tickets to see the series finale of the new 'Sherlock', titled 'The Final Problem', in cinemas on Sunday January 15 at the same time as it's being broadcast on TV.
Why would you want to do that? It's true that you'll have to pay for the pleasure rather than watch it for free in the comfort of your own home. But the cinema version of 'The Final Problem' will come with extra footage especially for cinemas, and you'll also have the pleasure of waving a potentially final goodbye to these characters in the company of other 'Sherlock' fans.
Oh, and of course the screen is a lot bigger than the one you have at home, and who in their right mind would eat cheesy nachos in their living room? We reckon that's exactly the kind of behaviour Sherlock would sneer his famous sneer at.
'Sherlock: The Final Problem' will screen at 9pm on Sunday January 15 2017 at Vue Cinemas around the country. You can find tickets here.
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