By Damilola Faustino
Martin Freeman, who played Dr Watson in the Sherlock series – has revealed that fans loved the show to death, saying their expectations were so high that creating the show was just “not fun anymore.”
He said this in an interview with The Telegraph that: “People’s expectations, some of it’s not fun anymore. It’s not a thing to be enjoyed, it’s a thing of: ‘You better f**king do this, otherwise, you’re a c***.’ That’s not fun anymore.”
“Sherlock became the animal that it became immediately,” Freeman adds, noting that there was a lot of pressure to maintain that “high quality” for the rest of its run—which may explain why it took seven years to film four seasons.
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