BBC's hit show, Sherlock, continues to garner attention for its upcoming season at an astounding rate.
Actor Martin Freeman, who dons the role of Watson, spoke to Digital Spy last week about the future of his character's relationship with Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch), which he says won't be changing that significantly despite the two periodically driving one another crazy.
"Our incarnation particularly is one of mutual admiration and antagonism. You see that they slightly drive each other mad with their ways, but they have a love for each other and an admiration for each other's qualities," he said.
Interestingly enough, Cumberbatch had recently dished to Radio Times about his character, stating that he's "regressed" after faking his own death.
"I think he's regressed ... I think without Watson the stablisers have come off the bike a little bit, or they've been put back on, I don't quite know. He's not in tune with London, he is not in tune with his natural habit and he's nowhere near in tune with what it is to be human being in society," he said.
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.