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By Gemma Mullin. Mark Gatiss admitted he had been overwhelmed with explicit drawings and plotline ideas ahead of the new series starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, due late next year. It follows a running joke in the show which hints the pair might be closer than friends, especially by landlady Mrs Hudson, played by Una Stubbs, 77, who often makes references to their sexuality. Scroll down for video. Creator Mark Gatiss says he has been inundated with fans urging him to make the detective left, played by Benedict Cumberbatch and his sidekick Dr Watson right, played by Martin Freeman gay in the next series. I get sent things that would make your hair turn white.
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'Sherlock''s Watson Is "Not Gay," But He's Not Straight Either
What does this mean? We all know Irene to be quite manipulative, so was this a play on her part? A witty remark aimed towards John, or a confession? Did they truly experience love or lust? Or was it more of a rivalry- nothing but the two simply "playing the game"? Did either genuinely care about the other romantically? Did they respect each other at all?
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Homoerotic subtext in film and media has existed for generations, harking back to a time when homosexuality or bisexuality had to be hinted at in order to get it past the censors. Being gay was illegal and in many places still is so the representation of gay romance had to coded and subtle — the hints, the heated looks. Now we finally have the opportunity to watch explicitly gay-centred TV shows and films. Netflix even has an LGBT category!
Presuming, of course, that the series returns at all. We're not sure if this'll help, or just add to your frustration, but there's actually a fair amount of the show that never aired, too — scenes or, in some cases, whole episodes that were planned but later abandoned. This is the Sherlock you never saw — elusive stories involving nudity, heartbreak and Holmes and Watson in a gay club. Though it ended up becoming a huge international success, Sherlock didn't have the smoothest path to the small screen.