The Irregulars have been trending on Netflix since it landed in late March, and has received overall very positive reviews for its portrayal of a supernatural Victorian London, and its spin on Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson.
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However, some viewers have taken to Twitter to complain about one element of the show - how Sherlock is portrayed.
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Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: "I HATE the way they made Sherlock and Watson. Watson was too mean and Sherlock was just not Sherlock," while another added: "Watched #TheIrregulars, and it was stupid! Messed up the characters of both Sherlock and Watson."
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A third person tweeted: "Is it just me or everyone else is also not acceptable of ruining the characters of Sherlock, John & Mycroft?"
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However, another fan wrote: "People complaining that #theIrregulars made Sherlock into an [expletive] and only BBC got his character right... are we suddenly pretending he is a nice man in BBC Sherlock and overlook all the [expletive] moments he had?" Others also enjoyed the new version of the characters, with one posting: "Look I read the ENTIRE Sherlock Holmes canon when I was in middle school. I... LOVE Sherlock Holmes and everything to do with it. i think that #TheIrregulars is one of the MOST creative interpretations of the story and characters I have ever seen."
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Have you tried watching the new series yet? The synopsis reads: "Set in Victorian London, the series follows a gang of troubled street teens who are manipulated into solving crimes for the sinister Doctor Watson and his mysterious business partner, the elusive Sherlock Holmes.
"As the crimes take on a horrifying supernatural edge and a dark power emerges, it'll be up to the Irregulars to come together to save not only London but the entire world."
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