They say that this generation has a decreased attention span; that we go for anything fast-paced and instant; that if something doesn’t come fast enough, we eventually tire of it.
But fans of the BBC’s Sherlock seem to disprove this claim.
The series is so popular that an introduction is hardly necessary. It’s basically an adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s all-too-famous sleuth, Sherlock Holmes, solving baffling cases in a seemingly godlike but amazingly logical manner. He’s so famous that some people actually used to send mail to his equally well-known address, 221B Baker Street.
Sure, a character as famous as Sherlock must have had a lot of adaptations already, dating way back before this generation. But BBC’s Sherlock gave the character a modern adaptation, with Sherlock living in the same world as we do, a world of e-mail, internet, laptops, tablets – the same fast-paced arena of today. While…
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