Fans of BBC's hit program Sherlock continue to wait it out for the January premiere of its third season, as more details on the British TV series continue to infiltrate the Internet.
Molly Hooper, who is played by Louise Brealey, is someone that Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) has used in order to gain access to dead bodies as well as lab reports. Being that Brealey has been confirmed to appear in the upcoming installment, it's likely that she'll continue to assist her respective crush.
The show is set to start the third season two years after Sherlock faked his death by jumping off the St. Bartholomew hospital roof. Since Molly is an employee in the hospital, it's certainly a strong possibility that she helped Sherlock switch himself out for a dead body.
In other news, BBC One had announced that they'll be a mini-episode called Many Happy Returns which will more than likely be a prequel to the three episodes. The special installment is said to be airing on the U.K. small screen on Christmas Day.
BBC's Sherlock will be making its return to television in the U.S. on Jan. 19 at 10 p.m. Eastern Time. However, it will be kicking off in the U.K. on Jan. 1. The most recent trailer for the upcoming series can be viewed below.