A fourth season of Sherlock this year is unlikely

In a recent interview, Sherlock supremo Steven Moffat was asked about rumours that series four of Sherlock might be shown at Christmas. His answer seems to imply it’s unlikely:

We have no idea what we’re going to do.  I’m starting the third week of the new [season] of Doctor Who, so I’ve got quite a lot going on.  I doubt it.  But, it’s a matter of when everyone’s available, and when Mark [Gatiss] and I think we’ve got a strong enough script.  We’re quite picky.  We want every episode of Sherlock to be really, really good.  That’s out ambition.  We don’t have to make a million episodes.  We have to make some very, very good ones.  The moment we drop that idea, it will stop being what it is.
Still, we can hope!
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