Mondays generally suck, but today already seems to be looking up: BBC has officially debuted a full-length trailer for the upcoming third season of the best show you should be watching, Sherlock—and it's great.
Running at about a minute in length, the trailer gives us a good look at Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) two years after he faked his death by "jumping" off the roof of St. Bart's Hospital in London. He's planning on making his triumphant return, but discovers that Watson (Martin Freeman) has moved on with his life—and isn't even living at 221B Baker Street anymore. "What life?" Sherlock asks, incredulously, as if the very idea of Watson having a life is the strangest thing he's ever heard. "I've been away." And he hasn't changed a bit, clearly!
More highlights: Apparently, "the terror alert has been raised to critical," and Sherlock remarks that he needs to "get to know London again"—signaling that he's officially back in business. This season is going to be awesome.
As previously reported, the series is set to return to BBC One in the UK on Jan. 1, and it'll return to PBS for everyone in the US on Jan. 19, 2014. Unfortunately, this season won't be much longer than season two—it'll only consist of three, surely wonderful episodes.
You can check out the trailer above.
[via Huffington Post]