After waiting over a year since the end of series two, series three of BBC Sherlock will finally begin filming on March 18.
The actors have finally seen their scripts and are ready to begin production. Fans are eager to know just how Sherlock survived his fall and how John will respond to his return.
Writers and production members of the show are aware of the fans anticipation
of the show and have been tweeting pictures of the set and locations that will be shown in the coming series to make fans begin speculating about things that may happen.
The show's creators released three words to fans to help them guess what the three new episodes might be about. The words were rat, wedding, bow.
The filming of the new series is also the reason Sherlock star Martin Freeman went on Britain's popular talk show "The Graham Norton Show" earlier this week.
The series was originally set to begin filming in January but got pushed back due to scheduling conflicts with Freeman and the show's other star Benedict Cumberbatch.
The two have become very well known since the show started. Freeman recently starred as Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit while Cumberbatch will appear as the villain
in this summer's new Star Trek film Into Darkness.