Decoding the Subtext
Sherlockian Theory
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Reviews: Television

It is my eventual goal to see every Sherlock Holmes inspired television adaptation ever made. Obviously, this may take a while. As I watch these adaptations, I will be reviewing each of them. Here they have been listed in reverse chronological viewing order. I may, at a later date, organize these according to reverse chronological production order.

Each review is accompanied by a rating system. This rating system is indicated by pipes, with five pipes given for highly recommended adaptations, and one pipe given for mediocre adaptations. It should be noted that my primary interest in all Sherlock Holmes adaptations is the slash element contained within each. As such, each review will contain a detailed examination of the subtextual elements found within the adaptation. Ratings are largely based on this slash element.

Granada's Sherlock Holmes (1984-1994)
"Sherlock Holmes", with Ron Howard (1954-1955)

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