New Holmes. New Watson. New York.
It would be a crime to miss Elementary: The First Season, which includes all 23 episodes released on 6 discs for the first time on DVD. This modern-day twist on the legendary detective finds Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) as a recovering drug addict, starting a new life in New York City as an NYPD consultant. By his side is his trusty 'sober companion', Dr. Joan Watson (Lucy Liu), hired by Sherlock's dad to keep the investigator on the straight and narrow. Sherlock rejects Watson's attempts to have him participate in group therapy and makes her life and job as challenging as possible. Meanwhile, Watson develops a flair for detective work, and discovers that following Sherlock's instincts lead her down a frustrating yet fascinating path. For these two strong-willed partners in crime-fighting, justice is elementary.
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Absolutely love this show, another way of watching Sherlock on the small screen. Johnny Lee Miller's Sherlock will never be the highest of the high as Cumberbatch's is with the BBC, but it is superb in it's own right. The relationship between him and Watson and how it plays out through the season is enough to keep you watching, yet it also has the crime, drama, characters to keep you thoroughly entertained all the way through to the end.
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