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The genre of crime mystery has always been my cup of tea, and Sherlock is one of them. The television series, which has four seasons with three to four episodes each, is based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's works such as “A Study in Scarlet”, featuring the character of the famous Sherlock Holmes. Doyle originally set the story in the 1800s, but the series gave us something new: Sherlock in the modern world.

Every episode has different crimes to solve. The series started with “A Study in Scarlet,” which marked the very first appearance of Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Dr. John Watson (Martin Freeman), who would become the most known duo in crime fiction. Apart from the mysteries in this series, it also focuses on Sherlock's relationship with his archenemy, Jim Moriarty (Andrew Scott), and his brother, Mycroft Holmes (Mark Gatiss).

When I first saw it in the Netflix catalog and watched it, I didn’t expect I would finish the whole series. Their duo kept me hooked throughout the show. Holmes’ complex and charismatic attitude, who will make such great conclusions in a swift, and Watson’s modest and intelligent characteristics.

I won’t regret the time I watched it for the first time, and I will rewatch it if I can.

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