It has been revealed through Doctor Who director Nick Hurran’s online CV with talent agency Curtis Brown that he’ll be directing the final episode of the third series of the famous BBC detective drama, Sherlock.
Hurran has directed Doctor Who episodes The Girl Who Waited, The God Complex, Asylum of the Daleks and The Angels Take Manhattan, and is set to direct the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary special, which comes out in November this year.
The third series of Sherlock will comprise of three 90-minute episodes, the first and third being penned by Doctor Who aficionados Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat respectively, with the second being written by Steven Thompson, who wrote the Doctor Who episodes The Curse of the Black Spot and Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS, the latter being the next Doctor Who episode to air in the Series 7 Part 2 run. A fourth series of Sherlock is believed to have been commissioned by the BBC.
Doctor Who will return on Saturday 27th April with Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS, which is penned by Sherlock writer Steve Thompson.
[Source: Digital Spy]