It seems like Sherlock Holmes will be heading to HBO Max with two new series based on the universe of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle‘s iconic character.
Two scripted television series adapted from Conan Doyle’s novels are supposedly in development.
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The participation of Team Downey, Robert Downey Jr., and Susan Downey‘s production firm, adds to the suspense. The actor gained notoriety for his portrayal of the investigator in Guy Ritchie’s 2009 film and the 2011 sequel.
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While Robert Downey Jr. is now involved as an executive producer, he is not the only team member with ties to the flicks. Lionel Wigram, who wrote the original film’s screenplay and produced both, will also be among the executive producers. Amanda Burrell and Susan Downey will also serve as executive producers.
If Downey Jr. will resume his role is still in limbo, since the written series’ premise is still a mystery in itself. The series will apparently be set in the world established in the movie but may concentrate on other people.
The two series are a result of Team Downey‘s overall contract with HBO, in which they continue to serve as a creative force behind Perry Mason, which is poised to return for a second season. This is the latest Warner Bros. IP to get the series treatment, as Matt Reeves’ The Batman world will bring Colin Farrell‘s The Penguin to HBO Max, as previously revealed.
Apart from Downey Jr., the original movie also starred Jude Law, Kelly Reilly, Rachel McAdams, Mark Strong, and Eddie Marsan. Keep an eye out for updates on the scripted series as they develop. Additionally, Sherlock Holmes and Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows are now available on HBO Max.