Two steps forward, and one step back. While Elementary continues to carve out its own path as a modernized version of Sherlock Holmes, every once in awhile it's bound to slip. In "Lesser Evils," the bumps are smaller than in previous episodes, but they're still noticeable.
After a few weeks, Elementary's begun sprouting its wings to become a beautiful TV butterfly. This could be part of the period where it transforms from the Jonny Lee Miller hour to an ensemble. In "The Rat Race," both Lucy Liu and Aidan Quinn had a little more to do.
After wetting our appetites with Elementary, we're getting into the more cushiony episodes. These next few weeks will cement the show's tone and degree of difficulty in solving its mysteries. We have to admit, we're slightly concerned about how challenging they'll be.
TV watchers are on their "second date" with CBS' Elementary. So is everyone hungry for more? This week's episode, "While You Were Sleeping," provided some twists and turns, and proved (once again) that this is Jonny Lee Miller's show.
Fans of Steven Moffat's Sherlock have been dreading the day when CBS' rendition of the world-famous detective would debut. Now the wait is over. Audiences nationwide have been exposed to Elementary, a show that sadly blends in with the stale network dramas of late -- minus its lead actor.
The summer is cooling down, but TV is heating up. This September, your favorite shows are returning with all-new episodes. ScreenCrave has created a detailed schedule with the month's biggest fall premieres. Mark your calendars, set your DVRs and let us be your guide. There's TV to be watched!
Elementary's Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu came, saw and conquered Comic-Con 2012. The actors were on hand to promote their CBS drama, which is a modernized take on Sherlock Holmes and his partner Watson. Does this sound familiar? ScreenCrave spoke to the actors during a round-table interview where they revealed what...