BBC One's 'Sherlock' filming cut short by riots

BBC One's 'Sherlock' filming cut short by riots

Rioting in London has forced filming on BBC One hit Sherlock to be cut short.

A second series of the show – starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman – is being filmed in the city this week.

Co-creator Mark Gatiss announced that work on the show had to stop via a message on Twitter.

He wrote: "This is a new one on me. Scene incomplete owing to approaching looters. Unbelievable times."

Both lead actors were on set in North London when work was abandoned on the production.

Photo: © BBC

Wednesday August 10, 2011

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