Moffat brushed aside the views of some critics and viewers who found the opening episode, The Empty Hearse, too self-referential as it ran through the ways in which Sherlock might have escaped what seemed like certain death in his fall from the roof at the end of the previous series.
Moffat said: "It has had a brilliant response. I read the press, it is not true".
"It is not a detective show. It is a show about a detective … It is a show that celebrates a clever man. So we make the show look complex."
"So we make the show look complex."
As a new series of BBC’s Sherlock revives the great detective after his apparent death, Andrew Glazzard investigates the domestic and imperial subterfuge beneath the surface of Sherlock Holmes’s 1903 return to Baker Street in Conan Doyle’s ‘The Empty House’.
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