The selling of a story: Sherlock's Victorian excursion
The BBC's Sherlock (2010–) has from its beginning played with canon and audience response. Its alternate universe episode in Victorian England reaches an apex of metatextuality with consideration of its role as both commercial entity and participant in popular culture.
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